After almost three (3) months of staying inside the big brother house, a teen housemate finally proven himself to the people how deserving he is.
Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Clash of 2010 started airing on the night of April 10, 2010, and this is the first time Teen Edition to be held after a regular season instead of a Celebrity Edition.
Like the previous edition, Double Up, Teen Clash 2010 uses two houses, both summer vacation-themed with beach murals, hammocks, and other amenities.
House A is called the Villa, to be inhabited by housemates who have simple backgrounds.
In contrast, those who are well-to-do would live in House B, dubbed the Apartment.
The Villa and the Apartment have similar amenities. The difference is that the Villa has the swimming and separate bedrooms, complete with furnished beds. The Apartment only has a jacuzzi and terrace and includes a large communal sleeping area without any beds, hence the use of the banig.
Teen Clash Twists
- Teenternational Housemates - As the two houses merged into one, a few days later, foreign teen housemates residing in the Philippines entered the Apartment and were then called the Teenternational Housemates. For three weeks, the Teenternational Housemates participated in tasks against the Pinoy Housemates with slots for the Big Night up for grabs in each week. This resulted to the Pinoy Housemates getting one slot and the Teenternational Housemates getting three slots to the Big Night.
- House Swaps - Housemates were made to swap houses and group members as instructed by Big Brother.
- VS-VE Voting System - For the sixth eviction, the show introduced back the "Vote-to-Evict" system, where the viewers are given the chance to vote for the housemates they want to evict. For the eighth eviction onwards, the "S.E." (Save-Evict) voting scheme was introduced, where the public will be given a choice if they will "Vote to Save" or "Vote to Evict" a nominated housemate. By the end of the allotted voting period, the "Evict" votes (denoted by negative figures) will be subtracted to the "Save" votes (denoting positive numbers). After the subtraction process, the housemate that will still garner the highest amount of "Evict" votes will be evicted from the house. In the event that all nominees still have "Save" votes after subtraction, the nominee with the lowest percentage of "Save" votes will be evicted.
- Big 6 - Big Brother once again opened up the Big 5 Twist after being used during the latest edition of Pinoy Big Brother, the Double Up. Series of tasks were done by the two houses which then the Teenternational got most of the slots, gaining three of the original four slots. A task for an additional slot via the Big jump to the Big night was held as a competition between the Pinoy Housemates and the Teenternational Housemates, which the Pinoy Housemates won, giving them a second spot for the final. A sixth spot for the Philippine housemates was later opened through a task which all housemates accomplished, thus giving three Teenternationals and three Filipinos in the finale.
|The Teen Big 6|
PBB Teen Clash of 2010 Grand Winner
|teen big winner|
Robert James Reid (b. May 11, 1993) is a 17-year-old originally from Australia. James was a gymnast and a swimmer. He moved with only his father to the Philippines, leaving his mother and sister back in Australia. James was having troubles adjusting in the country as he is experiencing problems with a different academics and social skills, especially the language. James is the only housemate among the Teenternationals to have Filipino blood.
|2nd teen big placer|
Hyun Sung "Ryan" Bang (b. June 16, 1991) is a 18-year-old originally from South Korea. His father is a government official and his mother is a housewife. Ryan is an only child and studies at an international school in the Philippines. He is active in physical activities such as soccer, football, and billiards.
|3rd teen big placer|
Fretzie Joan Bercede (b. November 26, 1993) is a 16-year-old from Cebu City. Blessed with wealth and beauty, and raised in a conservative family along with her brothers, she has been flocked by suitors but never had a boyfriend. She loves playing the piano and has a talent in singing. She is also good in playing volleyball.
|4th teen big placer|
Devon May Seron (b. May 20, 1993) is a 16-year-old from Cebu City. Growing up in a squatters area, she studied in a public school. Due to her scoliosis, her parents worked hard to finance her education in a private school right across the street from their house. Big Brother paid her remaining tuition and fees to be able to graduate. Devon's mother entered the house on Week 6 in order to win a certificate for a scholarship at college.
|5th teen big placer|
Ivan Anthony Dorschner (b. September 21, 1990) is a 19-year-old half-Irish from Rizal. Before Ivan entered the Pinoy Big Brother house as a new teen housemate, he was a contestant on Wowowee and an audience member on Showtime. Among the aims he wants to achieve in the show is to speak Filipino fluently as he is more adept in using English.
|6th teen big placer|
Bret Alan Jackson II (b. March 15, 1991) is a 19-year-old originally from the USA. Bret have been living in the Philippines for almost 7 years. He was an abused child back in the US where his biological mother used to abuse him physically and emotionally. He left with his father to live in the Philippines with his Filipina stepmother. He is able to speak Bisaya but not as well in Filipino.