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Monday, June 9, 2008

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The Teen Big Four!

Ejay hailed as PBB Teen Edition Plus Big Winner

June 07, 2008 10:23 PM

The theme of this season, as it emerged in the housemates’ experiences, was transformation. To reinforce this, the transition of the PBB house to the Big Dome was animated as one would a transforming robot, very futuristic. There were also blurbs in praise of the housemates’ creatively presented in animation. Clad in shimmering white robes, the Teen Big Four, dressed in their finery, left the big yellow house and headed towards Araneta Coliseum where their fans awaited. They were escorted by Luis and left in a special room until the designated moment of their presentation.

Former housemates John Prats and Mickey Perz opened the celebration with an energized dance number, followed by Gerald Anderson, Kim Chiu and the resident extra-terrestrial Kokey. This was followed by the teen-choreographed performance of the song Ang Sarap ng Buhay sung by Project One. Of course, this was presented by the ex-teen housemates and the house players. Aside from Valerie and Priscilla who were decked with wings as angels, the rest of the teens sported the classic red and white.

Kim, the first Teen Big Winner, performed once again a dance number along with partner Gerald and the rest of the cast of My Girl. The newest Kapamilya and Dream host Billy Crawford also strutted his stuff as teaser for the start of classes in Pinoy Dream Academy. The Dream mentors, headed by Ryan Cayabyab, also made a cameo.

Kuya spent his last moments with the Teen Big Four as he reminded them of their goals when they first expressed their wish to enter his house. With them, he recalled how they initially were and, with more than a hint of nostalgia, walked through their ups and downs that eventually led them to a transformation and to the Big Night --- all in a span of almost three months. Kuya expressed his pride in each and reminded them, in true Big Bro fashion, to take along the lessons they learned in the house and to be a good example of and to the Pinoy youth.

Finally, the moment of reckoning has come. After months of smiles, tears, challenges, failures, successes, relationships, heartaches, decisions, growing up… here they were, aptly crowned Teen Big Four. To cheers that they couldn’t help smiling at, they prepared to face the crowd. With 10.91% or 186,523 votes, Beauty was first to step onstage as the PBB Teen 4th Big Placer. Nikki follows suit as PBB Teen 3rd Big Placer, garnering 18.39% or 314,582 votes. With bated breaths, the two boys were left, almost neck-to neck, based at the tally. Robi was awarded the PBB Teen 2nd Big Placer, with 34.39% or 588,115 votes. Finally, with 36.31% or 620,934 votes, Ejay emerged as the PBB Teen Big Winner! Pumped by adrenalin, perhaps, PBB Guardian Big Winner Daddy Erning was able to lift his son several inches off the floor as they celebrate his win. Ejay took home P1,000,000, a condo unit at Ch√Ęteau Valenzuela, a business franchise from Crystal Clear drinking water and a Sony Bravia plasma TV.

For those who have faithfully kept track of the housemates this edition, and for those who have expressed active support through their votes, thank you. Don’t stray and be part of the Big Reunion tomorrow night, after Goin’ Bulilit. Stay tuned for the never-before-seen moments to be shown on Uber, same time slot, next week.

Teens get primped for the Big Night

June 07, 2008 5:32 PM

An hour left before Araneta’s gates open to the Kuyanatics who are patiently – and excitedly – waiting for the right moment. Inside the PBB house, the teens are getting primped for the spotlight. Reminiscing Nikki’s hair and make-up session for the pictorials, she was now first in line for the preparations. By the time it was Ejay’s turn, the In Chick was already polishing herself and was giving tips on how to effectively remove the formal wear from the mannequins. Robi, on the other hand, was the last one in and was finding it quite difficult to settle in one position. As if savoring the last hour inside the house, he kept on walking around – to the kitchen, out the pool, sat to stare at the sala – but it was in front of the altar that he stopped and stayed to pray the rosary.

Walking down memory lane

June 07, 2008 12:19 AM

From the moment they were officially named the Teen Big Four, Robi, Nikki, Beauty and Ejay were faced with several challenges. Failing their first task dampened their spirits, yet also sent home the realization of why they were still in the house. Being named Teen Big Four was not the be-all and end-all of things; in fact, it was just the beginning. They were able to hold the sought-after title because there were people who believed in them, and to these people, they owed living up to the expectations of being youth representatives. To show this concretely, Kuya continued giving them rasks that would test not only their skills, but more importantly, their character.

They have truly gone through so much. In just more than a couple of months, they have grown and blossomed into the young adults that they truly are. To help the viewers make an informed decision, a short recap of their background and PBB history was presented. Toni also read a few letters from their supporters who have followed their journey to, finally, the Big Night.

In just a few hours, the teens will be preparing for the culmination of all their hard work. Aptly named The Big Reunion, they will be reunited with the ex-housemates and house players. They will also be joined by housemates from past seasons, especially Kim and Gerald from the first Teen Edition. To those lucky enough to get hold of tickets, remember to wear the color of your fave housemate: blue for Robi, yellow foe Nikki, green for Beauty and red for Ejay. No kids below 6 years old will be admitted and no video cameras will ve allowed in the venue. Araneta’s gates will open at 6 pm. See you there!