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‘PBB: Otso’ teen housemates revealed

/ 09:52 AM November 13, 2018

The first batch of teen housemates has been revealed for the eighth season of ABS-CBN’s reality television show “Pinoy Big Brother.”

First introduced was 16-year-old Seth Fedelin, “Ang hope-pool son ng Cavite,” whose father working abroad had to return home after suffering from stroke.

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Aljon Mendoza, the 17-year-old “Shy charmer ng Pampanga,” was second to enter the “PBB” house.

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“Ang baeral gwapito ng Davao” Art Guma, raised by a foster family, was the third housemate revealed and was picked by a group of former “PBB” housemates and winners.

The youngest at 13, Josh Worsley was the last male housemate to enter the “PBB” house. Born in Dubai and raised in Samal, he’s dubbed as the “Little Prince ng Davao.”

Seventeen-year-old, General Santos City lass Jelay Pilones was the first female housemate . She has been dubbed “Ang sassy sipag girl ng GenSan.”

Kaori Oinuma, an 18-year-old Filipino-Japanese and the “Kawaii daughter ng Japan,” also became part of the show.

Lie Resposposa, a former contestant of “It’s Showtime’s” segment “Tawag ng Tanghalan” was the third female housemate picked. She’s dubbed as the “Teenig ng tawanan ng Davao.”

The final teen housemate was Karina Bautista, 16-year-old Filipino-Japanese dubbed “Miss Independent ng Isabela.”

Three more batches of housemates will be introduced in the eighth season of “PBB,” 16 adults and eight more teenagers. /cbb

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