Filipino Fathers’ Love For Family, Honored In Big Brother’s New Task In “PBB 737”

Big Brother’s ‘youngest housemate’ baby Romeo, the one-year-old son of “Pinoy Big Brother 737” regular housemate Philip Lampart, has finally entered the famous house last night and will stay there until Friday for a special task that will highlight the importance of the bond between a father and his child.

Through the special task, the reality TV show seeks to make Filipino families aware of the problem of absentee fathers and its possible impact on the families.

To ensure that baby Romeo’s needs will be fully taken care of, Big Brother talked to the Lampart family and allowed the mother to have access inside his house anytime.

Since its launch in 2005, “Pinoy Big Brother” has mirrored the hopes, plight, and aspirations of Filipinos through its diverse mix of housemates. Big Brother formulates tasks and challenges for the housemates to bring out their best, test their strengths, and foster camaraderie as they undergo a transformative journey inside the house.

Aside from Philip and Romeo, eleven other regular housemates have entered the PBB house, namely Mr. Kulit of Japan Jyo Yokohama, Tour Guide Tatay of Bacolod Roger Lutero, Bombshell Baker of Paranaque Dawn Chang, Soldier’s Boy of Pampanga Charlhone Petro, Bungisngis Bebot of Bulacan Mikee Agustin, Independent Sweetheart of Manila Margo Midwinter, Charming Chinito of Paranaque Richard Juan, Worldwide Worker of Surigao James Linao, California Dreamgirl of USA Jessica Marasigan, Madiskarteng Inday of Iloilo Krizia Lusuegro, and Sexy Mommy of Japan Miho Nishida.

Don’t miss “Pinoy Big Brother 737” weeknights after “On the Wings of Love,” Saturdays after “MMK,” and Sundays after “Rated K” on ABS-CBN. To get to know the housemates better, watch “PBB 737 Gold” narrated by Toni Gonzaga and “PBB 737 Online” hosted by Bianca Gonzalez, Robi Domingo, and Enchong Dee.

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