MANILA - Four past winners of "Pinoy Big Brother" returned to the famous yellow house to give advice to the remaining five housemates leading up to the "Big Night" this weekend.
In the episode of the reality show on Wednesday, Keanna Reeves, Myrtle Sarrosa, Slater Young, and James Reid talked to the current contestants about having stayed in the house for more than 100 days.
Reeves won "Pinoy Big Brother" in 2006, Reid in 2010, Sarrosa in 2012, and Young in 2013.
Reeves, a sexy star, was part of the first Celebrity edition. Young's batch, dubbed "All In," was composed of adult housemates. Meanwhile, Reid and Sarrosa were both teens when they joined.
Big Brother tasked his former housemates to get to know the current ones to form their opinion on who should follow in their footsteps, or being named the next "Big Winner."
In the confession room, the four shared their picks. Both Young and Reid chose Daniel Matsunaga, Reeves backed Jane Oineza, while Sarrosa expressed her support for Maris Racal.
The five remaining housemates, which also include Loisa Andalio and Vickie Rushton, will be trimmed down to the "Big 4" when another contestant is evicted from the house on Saturday.
The naming of the "Big Winner" will take place at the Newport Performing Arts Theater in Pasay on Sunday night, with a live telecast on ABS-CBN.