Each of which received PHP1,, Later in the season a bubble was built inside the Big Brother house, with another two housemates living in it for a week until they were voted in and the glass house dismantled. The sixteenth US season featured "Team America", in which 3 houseguests were selected to work as a team to complete tasks determined by public voting for a cash reward; this continued for the entire season despite the eviction of a team member. The ninth US season added a romantic theme by pairing up the housemates and having them compete as couples. These are allowed at any time, and are often conducted by telephone from the Diary Room. Later that year, the eighth Australian series introduced the Housemate Hand Grenade, where an evicted housemate decided which remaining housemate received a penalty. Some versions of the show allow private counseling sessions with a psychologist. Later, the 3rd, 4th and 5th evicted contestants were given the choice of staying on their way out and they competed for the public's vote to reenter the house. However, the UK version introduced a larger number of contestants with weekly evictions. This added a survivalist element to the show, increasing the potential for social tension. In the eighteen Brazilian series , Gleici Damasceno was similarly fake-evicted, put into a small private apartment, and returned after 72 hours with immunity from eviction and with the power to put someone to eviction. Other versions later followed and introduced a similar concept, of which some have their own twists: Nearly all later series provide a modern house for the contest with a jacuzzi, sauna, VIP suite, loft and other luxuries. In the first Turkish series , there is a fake eviction in week Months later, after one of the contestants left the house voluntarily, the House Next Door reopened for four contestants who wanted to reenter and had not been in such a playoff before. They were allowed to nominate using a total of five points, but could only use these points on two of their fellow housemates.