Coraleen Waddell shares what she misses most about being inside the Pinoy Big Brother house.
After their season of Pinoy Big Brother ended last year, Coraleen Waddell said she still misses her fellow housemates and is proud of how far some of them have come in just over a year. “Naging fan girl tuloy ako dahil sa kanila, ng Mayward (Maymay Entrata and Edward Barber), Kisses (Delavin), everyone. All the housemates that I was in the house with I follow. Pati si Baninay (Bautista) she’s very successful on YouTube. We’re happy for them and yung mga housemates like si Tanner (Mata) who got to go home, I’m happy for them. Dun mo makikita yung friendship because in the house you’re always competing, may tension talaga kahit they’re good people. Everyone’s good. It’s a competition at hindi mo makakalimutan yun hangga’t tapos na siya and then you can just honestly be happy for everyone because we all survived and you love them, you know them. Parang magkakapatid na kayo,” she explained.
Cora said she is always proud of Edward Barber and Maymay Entrata whom she always treated as her younger siblings during their stay together inside the PBB house. “Go lang ng go. I was hoping to see them but I’m sure they’re very busy. Pero lagi akong nag-la-like at nag-ko-comment sa pictures nila kasi I knew what their dreams were before they were as big as they are and I just can’t wait to see them growing up. Si Edward may cheekbones na, binata na siya! My God si Maymay supermodel na model na. Guys, I’m so proud. Ako yung suwerte na naging ate ako nila. I’m very lucky that they accepted me into their house and they showed me their true selves because yun yung ma-a-appreciate mo talaga is getting to know someone honestly. Kaya if you go in, be yourself. Be honest,” she said.
Now that she is scheduled to give birth by next year, Cora said she would love to ask her co-housemates to be “ninong’ and “ninang” but there are too many of them to ask. “You know I would love to but I don’t want anyone to feel left out. So siguro if you want to be a ninong or ninang, for free, anyone can join. The more love, the merrier (laughs),” she shared.