Slater Young, Big Winner on Pinoy Big Brother Unlimited

Slater Young is the Big Winner of Pinoy Big Brother Unlimited, beating Pamu Pamorada who placed 2nd, Biggel who was 3rd and Paco, 4th.

Jan Slater Young Big Winner PBB Unlimited
A shirtless Slater Young (Photo Credit: Elite Icons via Facebook)

The announcement of Slater Young as Big Winner was made during the Big Night held Saturday night, March 31, 2012, at the Quirino Grandstand.

Final voting results showed Slater having a very high vote percentage of 40.02%, almost twice than the 2nd Big Placer, Pamu, who got 21.49%.

This blog's poll also had Slater in 1st and Pamu in 2nd.

The already rich Slater Young has become richer because as PBB Unlimited Big Winner, he won the following unlimited prizes:

*2-million peso cash prize from Jack & Jill Snacks
*Appliance Showcase from Whirlpool and Fujidenzo
*Sony internet TV
*Asian tour package for 2 (Trip to Bangkok, Hong Kong & Singapore)
*2-million peso worth negosyo franchise from Crystal Clear
*Special appearance in a TFC-produced program in the US

24-year-old Slater (full name Jan Slater Lee Young) is a licensed civil engineer and businessman from Cebu City.

He graduated from the University of San Carlos (USC) in Cebu and passed the board exam for Civil Engineer in May 2006.

Already a showbiz aspirant before joining PBB Season 4, Slater is under Cornerstone Talent Management Center, who also manages Richard Poon, Yeng Constantino, Erik Santos, Marie Digby, Markki Stroem, Jaco Benin and Sam Milby.

Slater Young becomes the 1st male Big winner of Pinoy Big Brother regular season. Previous female winners were Nene Tamayo (Season 1), Bea Saw (Season 2) and Melai Cantiveros (Season 3).

He's already the 7th from Cebu to be part of the Big 4 and also the 3rd from Cebu to win as Big Winner in any editions of PBB. Keanna Reeves won the 1st Celebrity Edition while Kim Chiu was the 1st Teen Edition winner. ©

About M.I.

Mykiru is an entertainment blogger, having been named as one of the Top 10 Pinoy Showbiz Resources in the Philippines. For a decade now, has been delivering the latest, the hottest and most trending issues in the country.

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