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Why was Toni Gonzaga missing during the ‘PBB Connect’ launching?

Bianca Gonzalez, also one of the senior hosts of the show, cleared up the reason on Instagram, why her co-host was absent. 

Toni Gonzaga’s co-host Bianca Gonzalez revealed the real reason the veteran host was absent during the opening night of PBB: Connect

Pinoy Big Brother: Connect was officially launched on Sunday but veteran host Toni was a no-show during the opening night.

Bianca, also one of the senior hosts of the show, revealed the reason on Instagram.

Accordingly, Toni had a very urgent task to do which made her unable to join the launch. 

“In my opinion, no PBB Launch is complete without @celestinegonzaga: the OG, our main host from day 1, the one who welcomes us all by saying, ‘Hello Philippines, Hello World!’ But last night, she, unfortunately, could not join us because she had a very, very important task, and so as the most senior in the group, I was the one given the lead on the show and all the big announcements.”

Toni and Bianca will be joined by Robi Domingo, Kim Chiu, Richard Juan, Edward Barber, Maymay Entrata, Melai Cantiveros, and Enchong Dee, in hosting the said reality show. 

On Sunday, PBB Connect introduced their 14 new housemates who will vie for being the Big Winner of the season. 

Meanwhile, the current PBB season was unexpected. Amidst all the circumstances ABS-CBN, Director Lauren Dyogi revealed that this PBB edition was not originally planned for this year. 

“It’s a pleasant surprise kasi sa mga nangyari sa atin, hindi ba parang naghahanap tayo ng something familiar. We want to go back to an experience na na-miss mo.



“Having that opportunity to bring back ‘PBB’ at this particular time, makasama ko ulit sina Bianca (Gonzalez), sina Toni (Gonzaga), ang ating mga housemate parang ang sarap sa puso ng pakiramdam. Exciting na babalik ang PBB this year. It’s something that we can look forward to,” Dyogi said.

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