It’s an unfinished business, so i had to continue my quest of being one of blessed 16 Survivor Philippines aspirants.
I made the first level of screening. But failed the second, which was the VTR or television thing. Candidates should look good on tv.
I was not goodlooking enough to be on tv.
Well, life goes on, a bit disappointed since i started lining up at around 11:00 am, then got interviewed at 7:30pm, got past that one, and had to line up again for another more than an hour for the second screening.
They are looking for good looks that look good on tv. My witty and smart answers were of no use since i’m not telegenic.
The rain fell around 2:00pm
It rained more…(had to cover the man’s face for his protection)
7:30pm. At the first level of screening, the interview part.
My batchmates, i was the only one that passed the first screening.
My number for the second screening. I “almost” made it since the guy beside me was the one chosen, hahaha!
I arrived a bit late in SM North Edsa, the venue of the screening for Survivor Philippines. What awaited me was a sea of aspirants or should i say ambitious Filipinos, that including me, and according to my own very very accurate calculation was about 5,000.
But i went home at 6:30 whether i get interviewed or not since i have to go to work at 9:00 pm. Will go back to audition on Friday the 23rd in SM Manila.
11:50am when i arrived. Inside SM carpark, level 5
Between 1:00 to 2:00pm
Me in a still excited mode.
Some aspirants i met. Only Chedorie’s (girl) name i got, others please holler me your name here. My apologies.
I forgot or i did not get their names. These people eschewed my exhaustion. Thanks to you. Heheh
Chedorie and Mr. Bubbly guy
I was riding a friend’s car at the back seat. Took some pictures while we made a short stop at Ortigas Business District, one of the leading business centers in Metro Manila.
I don’t know this, if you can tell me this name, you’ll have a link on this site.
St. Francis, unused building.