Willie revillame sam pinto dating
It is more exciting if some sexy artist had a chance to win for a change.
“Pinoy Big Brother Double Up” ex-housemate Sam Pinto said she is not yet ready to have a new boyfriend.
Pinto is being prodded about possibly dating “Wowowee” host Willie Revillame, who teased her when she appeared as a guest host on the show last Saturday (January 16).
Revillame, who made the “I’ll quit” threat on his show, admitted that he is still thinking whether to continue hosting “Wowowee.” Revillame promised that the public will know his decision. Kung baga ano bang dapat kong gawin, ano pa bang gusto kong gawin sa buhay ko.” It was Revillame’s first television interview after taking a leave of absence from “Wowowee.” “Hindi ko nami-miss ang programa. During the interview, Revillame refused to discuss his public tiff with Jobert Sucaldito. Tsaka hindi ko pinapansin ‘yon kahit tirahin nila ako araw-araw,” he said.
” The 19-year-old dusky beauty is currently studying fashion design at the College of Saint Benilde. Pinto was evicted from the PBB House on January 9 after she received the lowest text votes that week.
Read more Model Sam Pinto is now an official Pinoy Big Brother Double Up ex-housemate after receiving the lowest percentage of votes in the January 9 episode of the ABS-CBN reality show.
“Basta ako malalaman naman ng lahat kung ano ang magiging desisyon ko. At kung malaman nila ‘yon sana maintidihan nila ako kung ito pa ang gusto kong gawin o hindi na,” he told TV5’s new celebrity show, “Paparazzi.” He added: “Sana maintindihan nila ako dahil may pinagdadaanan ako ngayon. He also vowed not to get affected by constants criticisms thrown at him. Revillame said he would instead focus on helping his making other people happy.
Meron din akong dapat na gawing desisyon sa buhay ko. “Paparazzi” aired Revillame’s interview on Sunday amid speculations that he might transfer to network TV5.
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From a far 32nd in 2010, Sam made a huge jump straight to the top spot this year courtesy of text, print and online votes.