SURVIVOR PHILIPPINES CELEBRITY DOUBLES SHOWDOWN is all set to name its Celebrity Sole Survivor today.
Who among the three remaining castaways – Stef Prescott, Mara Yokohama, and Betong Sumaya – will walk away with the P 3 Million grand prize along with the bragging rights to being this season’s sole survivor?
Recalling her experience in the camp, 20-year-old Stef shared that in Survivor she has discovered something new about herself. “Before Survivor, there are things I thought I know about myself - my favorite color, my favorite food - pero after Survivor, I found new stuff about myself. I get to be more open. kasi I'm always in denial that ‘no I'm a good person,’ pero after Survivor, you'll become open and now I can say that ‘I am a bad person sometimes.’ Mas nagiging real 'yung pagkatao mo with Survivor and I think mas matatanggap mo 'yung mga tao around you because of Survivor.”
Surfer and youngest castaway Mara, meanwhile, said she matured in Survivor. “Marami akong natutunan. I can say that in Survivor, I grew up a lot emotionally. Marami akong na-realize sa sarili ko like for my future. Pero I think the best thing that I have learned in the island is that when you thought you have nothing, you still have God. Dun talaga naging malakas 'yung relationship ko kay God. You'll be grateful with the little things in life.”
Joking aside, comedian Betong shared one thing he learned – that is – to never underestimate one's self. “In Survivor, pwede pa lang pumayat, hindi pala mahirap at may pag-asa pala. Kasi sumali ako sa Survivor na obese at may highblood, hindi pala mahirap. At the same time, hindi ko inakala na kaya palang mag-survive sa isla nang kaunting kanin at tubig lang plus the environment 'pag umuulan, natutulog ka nang basa. Natutunan ko na huwag na huwag mong ia-underestimate 'yung sarili mo kasi may pwede ka palang mapatunayan.”
Know who will be SURVIVOR PHILIPPINES CELEBRITY DOUBLES SHOWDOWN’s Sole Survivor tonight live at the GMA Network Studios after Legacy on GMA-7