Starmometer’s Choice to Win Pinoy Big Brother Teen Edition

Let's now talk about the other "Gerald", the one from the other station--- "Kapamilya". This is not a prediction but it's our choice---Starmometer's choice to win Pinoy Big Brother Teen Edition.

More about this hottie: Gerald Anderson, 17 years old from General Santos City…

  • Age: 17
  • School: Thomson Direct
  • Why He Joined PBB: to be able to help his family
  • What He Like’s to Do: Read, watch TV, go to the mall, listen to music
  • Skills: Driving
  • Talent: Dancing

“If they call me that, I’m not gonna say that I am the next Sam Milby. Sam can sing, i can’t. The girls would be discouraged if I sang. Dance siguro, a little. “I’ll be the best housemate I could be. Kahit anong trip. Household chores? Washing machine, dish washer. I’ll wash by hand if it’s my clothes. Cook? Toast bread.”

Here’s more write-ups about Gerald from the PBB website: 

Gerald confessed he is indeed a certified chick boy. Well he couldn’t help it if Filipinas dig his Filipino-American looks. If he were to choose between going back home to the US or staying here in Manila, he’d choose the latter for now. “Many people here say I am gwapo. Kasi dito girls really notice me. I’m happy about it but all is still new for me.” he says with a laugh. He’d also take pinays over American girls any day. “I like long-haired, morena girls. Filipinas have this way of making a guy feel special.” He remembers the days when girls would come to their house in Gen San to tell his mom that he got them pregnant. Gerald came clean and said he has been sexually active since the age of 16. He’s also had three serious girlfriends. He broke up with two of his exes because of his qualms about long distance relationships.

This probably stemed from his parents separation 2 years ago. His dad is an instructor in the Philippine Navy and travels back and forth to the US and Olongapo. His mom is a Filipina and is a native of General Santos City which became Gerald’s home when he was 14. “Expected ko na maghihiwalay sila. Mom came to live here 2 years ago. Then when my brother and I came here, my dad left soon for the US. We became used to living apart. My youngest brother was the one most affected. I told him things aren’t going to be like before so he has to mature and be strong.”

An 11th grader in the US, Gerald has still a year to go before he can attend college. He’s not really sure what he wants to take up but he wants to finish his studies. “I plan to graduate then find the best job I can unless my stint in Pinoy Big Brother helps me to figure out what I want.” He sees PBB as an opportunity he doesn’t want to pin all his hopes on it. “If an opportunity knocks go for it. If it doesn’t work, it’s ok. I know there are more things to come for me.” He prides in being able to do a few household chores which includes dish washing and doing the laundry – using the washing machine. Should he be forced to wash his and the other housemates clothes  by hand he’ll gladly oblige but with a condition. “Please ‘wag lang nila isama yung brief nila!”


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