Pinoy Big Brother Otso Batch 3 Big Four Tan Roncal and Ashley del Mundo were game in facing fun challenges in their TWBA guesting. The first one was called Titigan Challenge where they’re tasked to look each other in the eye for fifteen seconds. No hassle for AshTan!
Next is the Akbayan Challenge where they’re supposed to express their feelings through ‘akbay’. Tan gently put his arms across Ashley’s shoulder to express a happy vibe. Meanwhile, he showed more possessiveness when asked to display an ‘in love akbay’.
Apart from these, Ashley gamely took on the Filipino Challenge that required her to translate English phrases into Filipino. The Australian-based beauty surpassed the test, of course, through Tan’s help.
They also talked about their closeness and how it started. According to Ashley and Tan, attraction at first sight was far from their case; they didn’t even interact on their first few days inside the house. But, Ashley made a bold move to approach Tan and they’ve grown comfortable with each other since then.
They even came up with a secret handshake and Tan has already admitted his special feelings for the ‘Adventurous Angel of Australia’. “I like you, Ashley”, Tan’s straightforward confession.
Talking about feelings, Ashley clarified the controversy involving her and housemates Lance Carr and Angela Tungol. Ashley revealed he and Lance had ‘something’ in the past but, they surprisingly drifted off apart when Lance developed special feelings for Angela.
Ashely said she’s not holding any negative feelings about what happened; and she stepped down to keep the friendship among all of them especially with Angela. “I wasn’t going to fight over a boy po,” Ashley declared.
To cap off the interview, the AshTan loveteam took on the Fast Talk Challenge. Ashley described Tan as kind, caring, and sweet; and she would prefer sense of humor than good looks.
On the other hand, Tan referred to Ashley as respectful, beautiful, and caring; and mentioned Ashley’s eyes as the cutest part of her face. “AshTan is real,” the pair said in unison.