Gran Hermano: La Re-vuelta

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Gran Hermano 12+1:
La Re-vuelta
GH 12+1 La Re-vuelta.jpg
Presented byMercedes Milá
No. of days15
No. of housemates16
WinnerAlessandro Livi
Runner-upPilar Ochoa
Country of originSpain
No. of episodes5
Release
Original networkTelecinco
Original releaseMay 30 (2012-05-30) –
June 13, 2012 (2012-06-13)

Gran Hermano 12+1: La Re-vuelta was broadcast on May 30, 2012 and ended on June 13, 2012.[1] On May 24, 2012, during the main show of the Gala for Gran Hermano 12+1, the host Mercedes Milá confirmed that the Gran Hermano house will open again just three days after the Gran Hermano 12+1 finale, this time however with former housemates from last season of Gran Hermano. The grand prize of this season is €20,000 and every ex-housemate from Gran Hermano 12+1 could win the prize.

From 21 ex-housemates, Arístides Alonso, Juan Molina, Noemí Merino and Zulema Ibáñez declined the offer to enter the house again due to occupational or personal reasons. Pepe Flores, the eventual GH12+1 winner, did not participate in the "Re-vuelta".

Housemates[edit]

Housemates Age Residence Occupation Entered Exited Status
Italy Alessandro Livi 29 Milan Football player Day 1 Day 15 Winner
Spain Pilar Ochoa "Ochoa" 28 La Rioja Hotel manager Day 1 Day 15 Runner-up
Spain David García 37 Valencia Salesman Day 1 Day 15 3rd Place
Spain Verónica Crespo 26 Bilbao Waitress Day 1 Day 15 5th Evicted
France Michael Rivero 27 Huelva Policeman Day 1 Day 15
Spain Cristian Villaescusa 27 Alicante Businessman Day 1 Day 15
Spain María Sánchez 20 Cádiz Waitress Day 1 Day 15 4th Evicted
Spain Ariadna Sánchez 28 Madrid Make-up artist Day 1 Day 15
Spain Sergio Muro 29 Seville Aircraft painter Day 1 Day 13 3rd Evicted
Spain Hugo Pierna 25 Lleida Dealer Day 1 Day 13
Spain Berta Renedo 28 Valencia Journalist Day 1 Day 13
Philippines Mary Joy Sumayo 19 Valencia Biology student Day 1 Day 8 2nd Evicted
Spain Sindia Arcos 24 Seville Agrarian worker Day 1 Day 8
Spain Daniel Santos 19 Burgos Architecture student Day 1 Day 8
Spain Azucena Talavera 22 Toledo Unemployed Day 1 Day 6 1st Evicted
Spain Marta Sánchez 20 Albacete Nursery educator Day 1 Day 6

Voting history[edit]

     Head of Household
     Vote to Win
Day 6 Day 8 Day 13 Day 15 Votes
received
Round 1 Round 2 Final
Alessandro Ariadna Berta Berta Ariadna Michael Winner
(Day 15)
3
Ochoa Azucena Daniel Sergio Cristian Cristian Runner-Up
(Day 15)
1
David Azucena Daniel Berta Verónica Verónica Third Place
(Day 15)
3
Verónica Mary Joy Daniel David David David Ochoa 2
Michael Sindia Sindia Alessandro Alessandro Alessandro David 2
Cristian Marta Mary Joy Hugo María Ochoa David 4
María Azucena Sergio Sergio Ariadna Evicted
(Day 15)
Ochoa 4
Ariadna Sindia Sindia María María Evicted
(Day 15)
Ochoa 3
Sergio Marta Daniel María Evicted
(Day 13)
Alessandro 5
Hugo Marta Mary Joy Berta Evicted
(Day 13)
Alessandro 2
Berta Daniel Daniel Hugo Evicted
(Day 13)
Ochoa 6
Mary Joy Cristian Michael Evicted
(Day 8)
Alessandro 3
Sindia Sergio Sergio Evicted
(Day 8)
Alessandro 4
Daniel Berta Berta Evicted
(Day 8)
Alessandro 7
Azucena Daniel Evicted
(Day 6)
Alessandro 3
Marta Cristian Evicted
(Day 6)
Alessandro 3
Notes 1 2 3
4
5 6
Head of
Household
Cristian Ariadna David Alessandro
Up for
eviction
All
Housemates
(out of 2)
All
Housemates
(out of 3)
All
Housemates
(out of 3)
All
Housemates
(out of 2)
All
Housemates
(out of 3)
Alessandro
David
Ochoa
Evicted Marta
3 of 16 votes
to evict
Daniel
5 of 14 votes
to evict
Berta
3 of 11 votes
to evict
Ariadna
2 of 8 votes
to evict
Cristian
1 of 6 votes
to evict
David
2 of 13 votes
to win
Sindia
2 of 14 votes
to evict
Hugo
2 of 11 votes
to evict
Michael
1 of 6 votes
to evict
Ochoa
4 of 13 votes
to win
Azucena
3 of 16 votes
to evict
María
2 of 8 votes
to evict
Mary Joy
2 of 14 votes
to evict
Sergio
2 of 11 votes
to evict
Verónica
1 of 6 votes
to evict
Alessandro
7 of 13 votes
to win
  • ^Note 1: Cristian opened the envelope, which revealed that the two housemates with the most votes would be evicted that night. Azucena and Marta received the most votes with three, so they were both evicted.
  • ^Note 2: Ariadna opened the envelope, which revealed that the three housemates with the most votes would be evicted that night. Daniel received the most votes with five, so he was the first to be evicted. Then, Berta, Mary Joy, Sindia and Sergio received the second most votes with two, so Ariadna as HoH, broke the tie and choose to evict Sindia and Mary Joy.
  • ^Note 3: David opened the envelope, which revealed that the three housemates with the most votes would be evicted that night. Berta received the most votes with five, so she was the first to be evicted. Then, Hugo, Maria and Sergio received the second most votes with two, so David as HoH, broke the tie and choose to evict Hugo and Sergio.
  • ^Note 4: Alessandro opened the envelope, which revealed that the two housemates with the most votes would be evicted that night. Ariadna and María received the most votes with two, so they were both evicted.
  • ^Note 5: Three housemates would be evicted on the second round of the final. All housemates received the same number of votes with one, so Alessandro as HoH, broke the tie and choose to evict Michael, Cristian and Veronica.
  • ^Note 6: For the final round, the evicted housemates voted for the finalist they wanted to win.

Ratings[edit]

"Galas"[edit]

Show N° Day Viewers Ratings share
1 - Launch Wednesday, May 30 2,704,000 19.8%
2 Monday, June 4 2,558,000 19.6%
3 Wednesday, June 6 2,343,000 18.1%
4 Monday, June 11 2,283,000 17.9%
5 - Final Wednesday, June 13 2,473,000 19.7%

"El Debate"[edit]

Show N° Day Viewers Ratings share
1 Thursday, May 31 1,194,000 18.1%
2 Thursday, June 7 1,192,000 15.6%
3 Thursday, June 14 622,000 14.0%

"Última Hora"[edit]

Show N° Day Viewers Ratings share
1 Thursday, May 31 1,547,000 9.0%
2 Thursday, June 7 1,780,000 10.1%

References[edit]

  1. ^ Migelez, Xabier (28 May 2012). "Telecinco estrena de 'La Re-vuelta' el miércoles y Antena 3 traslada 'El número uno' al jueves". FormulaTV (in Spanish). Retrieved 1 November 2018.

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