Kim Chiu & other past Big Winners return to the PBB house

Kim Chiu in 'PBB All In': "Dapat marunong ka makisama. Be yourself. Kung ano ka sa labas, dapat gano'n ka din dito sa loob. Dapat masipag ka. Dapat matatag ka."

Kim Chiu inside Pinoy Big Brother house (photo via @PBBabscbn)

Kim Chiu, who was the winner of Pinoy Big Brother's 1st teen edition in 2006, returned to the PBB house, to do a favor for Kuya, which is to help him tell the 6 remaining housemates (Joshua Garcia wasn't
evicted yet when Kim entered the house) about a special task - they had to pick and award a medal to those deserving to be part of the Big 4.

This kind of tough challenge for the housemates is actually a tradition in every edition of PBB. It's being done to also help the voting public in deciding who they should vote for the Big 4 slots.

(As shown in the episode earlier, the 4 housemates who got the medals are Jane Oineza, Maris Racal, Vickie Rushton and Daniel Matsunaga, leaving Loisa Andalio as the only 1 with no medal.)

When asked by Kuya about the qualities of a Big 4 housemate, here's what Kim said: "Dapat marunong kang makisama. Be yourself. Kung ano ka sa labas, dapat gano'n ka din dito sa loob. At syempre, dapat masipag ka. Dapat matatag ka sa pagharap sa mga challenges."

The lovely ex-housemate, considered by many as the best PBB Big winner, also shared this piece of advice to the housemates before she left: "Basta maging good sport lang kayo palagi. Prayers lang. Enjoy nyo stay nyo dito sa Bahay ni Kuya."

In an interview, Kim revealed that her PBB All In Big Winner is either Maris or Daniel.

After Kim, other past Big Winners who also entered the house to share some advice to the housemates are PBB 1st Celebrity Edition winner Keanna Reeves, PBB Teen Clash 2010 winner James Reid, PBB Unlimited winner Slater Young and Teen Edition 4's Myrtle Sarrosa. -

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