With romance blooming inside his famous house, Big Brother stepped in to give some of the teen housemates a much-needed piece of advice as to how they should act among each other in Pinoy Big Brother Lucky Season 7.
Teen housemates Heaven Peralejo and Edward Barber, who have admitted their affection for each another, were separately called by Big Brother and were told not to be ‘too touchy.’
“I am happy that you are getting closer to your fellow housemates but I want to remind you that being too touchy may not be appropriate,” Big Brother told Heaven.
Heaven apologized for not noticing how physical she and Edward have become, while Edward said he did not realize what was wrong.
“I didn’t realize. For me, being physical is normal,” reasoned Edward.
Big Brother then explained that the culture in England is different from that in the Philippines and said there are other ways to get to know someone.
Afterwards, Heaven and Edward spoke with another pair of housemates--- Marco Gallo and Vivoree Esclito--- who also recently admitted that they like each other.
Only 15 and 16, Marco and Vivoree were reminded by Big Brother that as teenagers they do not have the license yet to do whatever they want.
As the two pairs deal with their feelings, teen housemate Fenech Veloso also dealt with saying goodbye as she was named the season’s newest evictee.
Will the housemates listen to Big Brother’s advice? What could be the final two lucky tasks from Big Brother?
Don’t miss Pinoy Big Brother Lucky Season 7, Monday to Friday after Born For You on ABS-CBN or on ABS-CBN HD (SkyCable Ch 167). Viewers can also catch up on the program’s past episodes via iWanTV.com and for Sky subscribers.
Pinoy Big Brother Lucky Season 7: Mga Kwento ng Teen Housemates, meanwhile, airs weekdays at 5p.m. while Pinoy Big Brother Season 7 Online Show goes live online Monday to Friday at 7 p.m. on www.pinoybigbrother.com
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