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New Set of Teen Housemates in ‘PBB Otso’ Revealed

A new set of stories will delight and touch the hearts of viewers starting this week as the second batch of teen housemates were announced last weekend in “Pinoy Big Brother Otso.”

Entering the House last Saturday (April 6) were the “German Wunder Boy ng Leyte” Mich Wunder, the “Palanggiteen Dreamer ng Camarines Sur” Yen Quirante, the “Hataw Hotie ng Bataan” Angela Tungol, and the “Responsableng Rising Son ng Japan” Shoichi Oka, while the second batch of four official housemates welcomed yesterday, (April 7) which included “Kulitisoy ng Davao” Tan Roncal, “Miss Palangga-nda ng Cebu” Kyzha Villalino, “Promdi-livery Boy ng Lucena” Alfred Beruzil, and “Dance-irella ng Isabela” Sheena Catacutan.

It didn’t take long before Angela, Shoichi Yen, and Mich were faced with their very first challenge as official housemates: to navigate an obstacle course and open Kuya’s House using one of them as a “human key.” Because of their teamwork and determination, the group successfully completed the challenge.

Meanwhile, as the eight entered Kuya’s House, Star Dreamers Jem Macatuno, Shami Baltazar, Narcy Esguerra, Batit Espiritu, Lance Carr, Ashley del Mundo, Emjay Savilla, and Gwen Apuli were asked to join Camp Star Hunt.

Before being trimmed down to eight, the sixteen initially faced challenges at last week’s “The Big Island Adventure.”

Watch “PBB Otso” every night on ABS-CBN. Viewers can also tune in every afternoon to “PBB O

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  1. 32114785691023 // May 7, 2019 at 6:16 pm //

    New Set of Teen Housemates in ‘PBB Otso’ Revealed
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    A new set of stories will delight and touch the hearts of viewers starting this week as the second batch of teen housemates were announced last weekend in “Pinoy Big Brother Otso.”

    Entering the House last Saturday (April 6) were the “German Wunder Boy ng Leyte” Mich Wunder, the “Palanggiteen Dreamer ng Camarines Sur” Yen Quirante, the “Hataw Hotie ng Bataan” Angela Tungol, and the “Responsableng Rising Son ng Japan” Shoichi Oka, while the second batch of four official housemates welcomed yesterday, (April 7) which included “Kulitisoy ng Davao” Tan Roncal, “Miss Palangga-nda ng Cebu” Kyzha Villalino, “Promdi-livery Boy ng Lucena” Alfred Beruzil, and “Dance-irella ng Isabela” Sheena Catacutan.

    It didn’t take long before Angela, Shoichi Yen, and Mich were faced with their very first challenge as official housemates: to navigate an obstacle course and open Kuya’s House using one of them as a “human key.” Because of their teamwork and determination, the group successfully completed the challenge.

    Meanwhile, as the eight entered Kuya’s House, Star Dreamers Jem Macatuno, Shami Baltazar, Narcy Esguerra, Batit Espiritu, Lance Carr, Ashley del Mundo, Emjay Savilla, and Gwen Apuli were asked to join Camp Star Hunt.

    Before being trimmed down to eight, the sixteen initially faced challenges at last week’s “The Big Island Adventure.”

    Watch “PBB Otso” every night on ABS-CBN. Viewers can also tune in every afternoon to “PBB O

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    1 Comment on New Set of Teen Housemates in ‘PBB Otso’ Revealed
    Anonymous // May 7, 2019 at 6:15 pm //
    Over the weekend, we finally found out who among the second batch of teen Pinoy Big Brother Otso aspirants had their once far-flung dream come true after being declared as among the eight newest housemates of the on-going season and who among them have remained as Star Dreamers. And on the April 8 episode, we were given glimpses of what transpired on their first day in the camp and in the house.

    It can be recalled that a few minutes after they entered the Camp Star Hunt, Jem Macatuno, Shami Baltazar, Narcy Esguerra, and Batit Espiritu were welcomed by host Alex Gonzaga by bestowing them their first team activity – to create a chant and dance steps out of the eight hidden phrases they would uncover around the house. After performing it, Alex told them that they succeeded and tt didn’t take long before Angela, Shoichi Yen, and Mich were faced with their very first challenge as official housemates: to navigate an obstacle course and open Kuya’s House using one of them as a “human key.” Because of their teamwork and determination, the group successfully completed the challenge.

    Meanwhile, as the eight entered Kuya’s House, Star Dreamers Jem Macatuno, Shami Baltazar, Narcy Esguerra, Batit Espiritu, Lance Carr, Ashley del Mundo, Emjay Savilla, and Gwen Apuli were asked to join Camp Star Hunt.

    Before being trimmed down to eight, the sixteen initially faced challenges at last week’s “The Big Island Adventure.”

    Watch “PBB Otso” every night

  2. Anonymous // May 7, 2019 at 6:15 pm //

    Over the weekend, we finally found out who among the second batch of teen Pinoy Big Brother Otso aspirants had their once far-flung dream come true after being declared as among the eight newest housemates of the on-going season and who among them have remained as Star Dreamers. And on the April 8 episode, we were given glimpses of what transpired on their first day in the camp and in the house.

    It can be recalled that a few minutes after they entered the Camp Star Hunt, Jem Macatuno, Shami Baltazar, Narcy Esguerra, and Batit Espiritu were welcomed by host Alex Gonzaga by bestowing them their first team activity – to create a chant and dance steps out of the eight hidden phrases they would uncover around the house. After performing it, Alex told them that they succeeded and they could already remove the caution tapes, locks, and covers from

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