He may be irresistibly cute and seemingly fragile, but this Filipino-British charmer from Samal Island, Davao del Norte and the youngest teen housemate of Pinoy Big Brother: Otso is surprisingly an adventure junkie and karate prodigy.
According to the “Little Prince of Davao”, he immediately fell in love with his mom’s homeland because it enables him to go on exciting adventures, do various cool stuff and explore different things, such as motor biking with his dad, buying food for himself or with his brothers, and diving with his dad’s business partner.
Aside from that, he also used to be a karate champion in his younger years and delightfully won a gold medal on his Karate tournament debut in 2011.
Born in Dubai to a British father and a pure Filipina mother, Josh Andrew Worsley and his family migrated to the Philippines when he was little. Despite being occupied with business ventures, his parents seem to still find time to bond and take care of them personally, showing how tightly knit their relationship is. The same goes to his younger siblings to whom he has apparently close ties as well.
Although it’s already obvious how handsome he is, he was a bit hesitant when asked by TV Production Head Laurenti Dyogi during the Star Hunt auditions if he’s aware that he has good looks. But he still responded “yes” and imparted that everyone around him, even strangers, keep on telling him that he is cute.
Since English is presumably the language they use at home, Josh apparently has trouble speaking in Tagalog. Is this going to be a hindrance for him to connect with his fellow housemates? Let’s see by watching PBB: Otso weeknights after Halik and weekends at 7:30 pm and being updated on the latest happenings through PBB: Otso Gold weekdays after Precious Hearts Romances Presents: Los Bastardos.