Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition 1

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Pinoy Big Brother
 
 
Teen Edition (2006)
PBB Teen Edition 1.jpg

Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition 1 began airing on April 23, 2006, three weeks after the end of the first Celebrity Edition. This is the third series overall in the franchise. It ran for 42 days and closely resembled the original show, unlike the relatively short Teen Big Brother, its British counterpart. The prizes included a condominium unit in Valenzuela City, a livelihood showcase, one million pesos, and an all-expense paid trip to any Philippine destination.

During the last few days of the above-mentioned first Celebrity Edition, auditions in Cebu City, Davao City, and Metro Manila were announced, and 30,000 teenagers answered the audition call. Of these, twelve housemates were selected: eight represented the Luzon area while four came from the Visayas and Mindanao.

Mariel Rodriguez took over as main host of the primetime edition, while former Celebrity Edition contestant Bianca Gonzalez hosted the UpLate edition of the show.

The theme song for this new edition was "Kabataang Pinoy" (Filipino Youth) by Itchyworms. The new theme song was first performed by the band during the first Celebrity Edition's finale on April 1, 2006.

For this edition, the house was redecorated with a pop art theme. The colours of the walls were changed, and even the living area had a mural with pop art depictions of Mao Zedong, Bruce Lee, and Marilyn Monroe, to name a few. The housemates were also provided with a foosball table and some trampolines.

Also, for one week, traffic lights and road signs were installed to teach the young housemates about helping their country in little ways by obeying traffic rules.

Kim Chiu of Cebu emerged as the winner of the season.

Teen housemates[edit]

The twelve original housemates were introduced in the grand welcome party on Day 1, April 23, 2006, near the facade of the Pinoy Big Brother house. They were transported through motorbikes before they were introduced onstage and were sent to enter the house. The ages of the housemates were their ages as of the time of their entry to the Big Brother house.

As a result of Aldred Gatchalian's voluntary exit on Day 7 and Bam Romana's forced eviction on Day 14, two replacement housemates were introduced in the house. On Day 9 (May 1, 2009), Joaqui Mendoza entered the Big Brother house as Aldred's replacement, while on Day 15 (May 7, 2009), Brenda Fox entered as Bam's replacement.

Name Age Birthplace/residence Ethnicity
Gerald Anderson 17 General Santos City PhilippinesUnited States FilipinoAmerican
Niña Jose1 17 Makati City Philippines Filipino
Mikee Lee 16 Quezon City Philippines China FilipinoChinese
Kim Chiu 16 Cebu City Philippines China FilipinoChinese
Bam Romana 16 Parañaque City Philippines Filipino
Olyn Membian 16 Quezon City Philippines Filipino
Fred Payawan 17 Parañaque City Philippines Filipino
Clare Cabiguin 18 Malaybalay City, Bukidnon Philippines Filipino
Aldred Gatchalian 15[1] Pasay City Philippines Filipino
Mikki Arceo 18 Davao City Philippines China FilipinoChinese
Matt Evans 18 Quezon City PhilippinesUnited States FilipinoAmerican
Jamilla Obispo 18 Laguna PhilippinesPuerto Rico FilipinoPuerto Rican
Replacement Housemates
Joaqui Mendoza 17 Parañaque City Philippines Filipino
Brenda Fox 16 Olongapo City PhilippinesUnited States FilipinoAmerican

^Note 1 : Earlier reports said Niña's surname is Atienza, but both the official website and the show's resident psychologist Randy Dellosa say that her surname is Jose.

Chronology[edit]

  • April 23: The 12 housemates entered the house by pairs.
  • April 26: As Big Brother's request, Kim sang her rendition of Emil Chou's song Peng You (朋友). Unknown to her, her singing was overheard by everybody in the house. Peng You would not only become Kim's "signature song," but would also have a Filipino version to be sung not just by her, but also with her favorite band MYMP.
  • April 30: First nomination night - Mikki, Olyn, and Niña were nominated.
  • May 1: Joaqui entered the house as Aldred's replacement.
  • May 4: Big Brother announced that aside from either Niña or Olyn, the two remaining nominees for eviction, one from among the other housemates will be evicted forcedly from the house that coming Saturday.
  • May 7: Second nomination night - Joaqui, Fred, Jamilla, and Clare were nominated. Brenda entered the house as Bam's replacement.
  • May 14: Third nomination night - Matt, Mikee, and Olyn were nominated.
  • May 15 - 20: The housemates did various sacrifices so Jamilla's son Miggy would complete the five operations needed to correct his cleft palate:
    • The girls would have all of their locks of hair braided on each other, literally forming an adhesive group.
    • The boys would act and walk like ducks; they were provided with flippers to simulate webbed feet.
    • An activity called Operation Smile where the housemates should keep smiling for two days. When the housemates failed on that particular sacrifice and Brenda offered to voluntarily leave the house, Big Brother directed the housemates to do a modified version of Operation Smile by having one housemate continually smile while having his/her mouth (and its surrounding area) painted red until he/she gets tired, at which point another housemate should take over.
Big Brother offered these sacrifices after he informed Jamilla that a group of surgeons agreed to give Miggy the four more operations at no charge. Prior to Jamilla's entry into the house, Miggy already had one operation done.
  • May 19: To celebrate his birthday, Frankie, a tall man dressed as Frankenstein's monster, set up a dating game in which Olyn won. Olyn thought she won a date with former Celebrity Housemate Zanjoe Marudo when in fact, Zanjoe only acted as Frankie's mouthpiece. To complete the effect, Olyn was made over into the monster's bride, much to her horror. Most of the housemates were shocked at the sight of Frankie, but later overcame that fear when they found out that the tall man is just harmless. Olyn, being afraid of a lot of things, was the last one to realize the monster's friendliness. Frankie first appeared in the first season to scare the wits out of the housemates, especially Uma and, to some lesser extent, Sam, and celebrate Halloween with them. His second ever appearance was meant as a practical joke for Olyn to reveal another one of her fears and help her overcome it.
  • May 20: After Matt and Olyn's exit, it was announced that instead of another nomination night, the next round of voting would be to select the final four housemates. The two housemates with the lowest number of votes would be evicted, while the remaining four would contend for the big prize.
  • May 21: The two remaining male housemates, Gerald and Mikee engaged in a "Teen Debate," hosted by Season 1 Housemate Jason Gainza. The arguments topics were spontaneous, albeit humorous. The winner in each argument was splashed with goo by the female housemates. Gerald defeated Mikee, 3-2; he won a "carnival" date with Kim with some "dirty ice cream" and cotton candy. Big Brother later announced the voting mechanics already mentioned above.
  • May 24: The housemates temporarily exited the house to shop at SM Mall of Asia for toys as gifts for young cancer patients. Upon their return to the house, they busied themselves with wrapping the toys. Of course, the housemates had limited contact during their brief time outside.
  • May 29: For the final week of the Teen Edition, Kim and Gerald were whisked away to an isolated house in the Hundred Islands National Park, Alaminos, Pangasinan, while Mikee and Clare were cluelessly left behind, not knowing where their two friends were. This "island adventure" was announced to viewers the previous Saturday. Going to the Hundred Islands National Park is part of the final task for the final four housemates and they will use their scuba diving skills there.
  • May 30: Early in the morning, Mikee and Clare were brought to the Hundred Islands. The two assumed that they would do a "secret elf" task. Mikee and Clare met up with Gerald and Kim later in the day.
  • May 31: Gerald was sent back early to the Big Brother House in Manila as disciplinary action for cheating at a task back at the Hundred Islands. While collecting garbage in that particular task, he unknowingly placed a rock among the garbage he collected and effectively made the garbage bag heavier. He spent the rest of the day picking up rocks, talking to himself, and apologizing to everybody.
  • June 1: After three days in the Hundred Islands, Mikee, Kim, and Clare returned to the Big Brother house in Manila.

Nomination History[edit]

The housemate first mentioned in each nomination gets two points, while the second gets one point. As two housemates will go out every week, three nominees are put up for eviction every week. For the first nomination, one housemate was evicted for two consecutive evictions on Day 11 and 14. For the next three eviction nights, on Day 21, Day 28 and Day 35, two housemates were evicted per night.

#1 #2 #3 #4 BIG NIGHT Nominations Points Received
Eviction Day
and Date
Day 11
May 3
Day 14
May 6
Day 21
May 13
Day 28
May 20
Day 35
May 27
Day 42
June 3
Nomination Day
and Date
Day 7
April 29
Day 15
May 7
Day 22
May 14
Day 29
May 21
Kim Niña
Gerald
Jamilla
Joaqui
Olyn
Matt
No
nominations
Winner 1
Mikee Mikki
Niña
Joaqui
Jamilla
Olyn
Matt
No
nominations
Runner-Up 5
Gerald Olyn
Mikki
Joaqui
Clare
Matt
Clare
No
nominations
3rd Place 7
Clare Bam
Niña
Joaqui
Gerald
Olyn
Matt
No
nominations
4th Place 8
Jamilla Niña
Fred
Joaqui
Fred
Mikee
Matt
No
nominations
Evicted
(Day 35)
3
Brenda Not in the
House
Exempt Gerald
Matt
No
nominations
Evicted
(Day 35)
0
Matt Mikki
Gerald
Joaqui
Gerald
Olyn
Gerald
Evicted
(Day 28)
9
Olyn Mikki
Mikee
Fred
Joaqui
Mikee
Matt
Evicted
(Day 28)
14
Fred Mikki
Matt
Joaqui
Olyn
Evicted
(Day 21)
4
Joaqui Not in the
House
Exempt Clare
Kim
Evicted
(Day 21)
14
Niña Clare
Olyn
Evicted
(Day 14)
6
Bam Mikki
Clare
Forced Eviction
(Day 14)
2
Mikki Olyn
Clare
Evicted
(Day 11)
11
Aldred Voluntary Exit
(Day 7)
N/A
Notes See
note 1
See
note 2
See
note 3
None See
note 4
Up for eviction Mikki
Niña
Olyn
Niña
Olyn
Clare
Fred
Joaqui
Jamilla
Matt
Mikee
Olyn
Open Voting
Saved
from eviction
Housemate A
42.3%
Housemate B
32.3%
Olyn
57.3%
Jamilla
39.9%
Clare
28%
Mikee
49.2%
Housemate A
30.4%
Housemate B
17.7%
Housemate C
17%
Housemate D
14%
Kim
41.4%
Evicted Mikki
26.4%
Niña
42.7%
Fred
19.5%
Joaqui
12.6%
Matt
32%
Olyn
18.8%
Jamilla
12.5%
Brenda
8.4%

Mikee
20.7%



Gerald
19.4%



Clare
18.5%
Forced
Eviction
none Bam none
Voluntary
Exit
Aldred none

^Note 1 : On Day 7, Aldred voluntarily left the house before the first nominations due to homesickness.
^Note 2 : As Aldred's replacement, Joaqui entered the house. He was not able to take part in the nominations for the week and hence, is exempt from eviction. On Day 14, Bam was forcibly evicted due to his violations. See Elimination notes section.

^Note 3 : On Day 15, Brenda entered the house as Bam's replacement.

^Note 4 : Open voting was announced after Matt and Olyn's exit from the house.

Elimination notes[edit]

  • Aldred - Since the show started, he had a difficult time adjusting to his new environment and new housemates and he never resolved his problems. So he made up his mind on Day 6 to take a voluntary exit the next day. News of this reached his fellow housemates, who were saddened by it because of his good impression to them. The day of his exit was supposed to be the day of the first nomination night, but his exit moved the schedule of the nomination process to the next day. Two days later, new housemate Joaqui took his place. It was widely speculated before he left that Aldred was the housemate rumored to be underaged, hence his voluntary exit. However, in his first interview a week after his exit, the main reason is homesickness and the pressure to fit in.
  • Mikki - With 26.4% of the vote among the three nominated housemates, she was the first housemate officially evicted from the house on Day 11. The other two unnamed housemates had 42.3% and 32.3% of the remaining votes.
  • Bam - Among the four housemates mentioned by Big Brother, he committed the gravest violations, and therefore was forcibly evicted by Big Brother on Day 14. This was done as disciplinary action for violations such as talking without the lapel microphone, writing using pen and paper, using hand signals, whispering, talking when told not to, etc. The next day, new housemate Brenda entered the house to take Bam's place.
  • Niña - With 42.7% of the votes, she became the second housemate officially evicted from the house on Day 14 following Bam. Olyn, the other nominee that week, earned 57.3%.
  • Joaqui and Fred - On Day 21, both Joaqui and Fred were evicted from the house as they were the two lowest vote-getters among the four nominees. They each obtained only 12.6% and 19.5% of the total number of votes, respectively. The two other nominees, Clare and Jamilla, got 28% and 39.9% of the votes, respectively. It was announced after Niña's exit that two housemates would be evicted on the same night every week until four are left in the house.
  • Olyn and Matt - On Day 28, both Olyn and Matt were evicted from the house as Mikee obtained the most number of votes among the three nominees. Olyn and Matt obtained 18.8% and 32% of the vote respectively while Mikee got 49.2%.
  • Brenda and Jamilla - On Day 35, both Brenda and Jamilla were the final evictees, having received 8.4 and 12.5% votes, respectively. The remaining housemates each received of 14%, 17%, 17.7%, and 30.4% of the vote, with the identities of the housemates who earned each percentage withheld. That is because the same votes will be used to determine the winner of the edition.

Big Night[edit]

On June 3, 2006, at the Aliw Theater in Pasay City, Kim Chiu was crowned the winner of the first Teen Edition, garnering 41.4% or 626,058 votes of the final votes cast since Day 29. Mikee Lee came in second with 20.7% or 313,027 votes, while Gerald Anderson in third with 19.4% or 293,371. Clare Cabiguin was the first to come out among the final four, garnering 18.5% or 279,762. A record 1,512,218 votes were cast in the Big Night.

The Teen Big Four entered in a boat and was escorted to a waiting room. Soon the winners were declared one after the other. The Big Night was entitled A Fairy Tale Finale, therefore all the sets and costumes were fairy tale related. The final four were also addressed as princes and princesses. The Fourth and Third Big Placers received a cash prize of PhP 100,000, a college scholarship and a trip to a local destination. The Second Teen Big Placer received a cash prize of PhP 500,000, a college scholarship and a trip to a local destination. The Teen Big Winner received a cash prize of PhP 1,000,000, a college scholarship, a trip to a local destination and a condominium unit to Chatteau Valenzuela.

The finale also marked Toni Gonzaga's return to the show as host.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "'PBB' teener to stay", Manila Bulletin (Google archive). April 29, 2006 issue

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Celebrity Edition 1
(2006)
Pinoy Big Brother Teen Edition
April 23 – June 3, 2006
Succeeded by
Season 2
(2007)