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Justin Dizon is first 'Pinoy Big Brother' housemate to be evicted

Justin Dizon became the first housemate to be evicted from the Pinoy Big Brother (PBB) house in its current season – after receiving more votes via Kumu and text to be evicted than to be saved.

Justin was one of the first two contestants to join the reality show, and was tagged as the "Courageous Cabalen of Pampanga."

"I came here to be me, I came here to be honest, and of course I'm not everyone's cup of tea and that's okay," he said following his eviction.

"Ang importante ay nagpakatotoo ako at babaunin ko lahat ng natutunan ko kay kuya pati sa mga housemates ko in the outside world," he said.

(What's important is, I stayed honest, and that I will bring everything I learned from big brother and my housemates in the outside world.)

The 22-year-old earlier caused controversy when he commented on fellow contender Jie-Ann Armero's hygiene.

In the a PBB livestream, Justin was shown mocking Jie-Ann for not bathing everyday and calling her "marumi (dirty)." Jie-Ann later explained that she didn't bathe daily because of water shortage in her home province, Sarangani.

Justin later apologized, admitting that he had been insensitive and saying that he did not realize that they grew up in different environments.

The current season, PBB: Connect is the 15th edition of the show, which sees strangers from different backgrounds living together in one house.

It's a franchise of the Dutch reality show, and first premiered in the Philippines in 2005. The show has helped launch the careers of celebrities like Kim Chiu, James Reid, and Maymay Entrata.

The current season airs every night and can be viewed on A2Z Channel 11, the Kapamilya Channel, Kapamilya Online Live, Kumu, and iWant TFC. – Rappler.com