The seventh housemate who entered the Big Brother House was Joshua Garcia. He is dubbed as "Tatay's Boy ng Batangas," and introduced on Sunday. Joshua at his young age would like to prove that being young has the capacity to become an influence to others just like what he is about to do inside the Big Brother House.
One thing about Joshua is that he came from a broken family. His parents separated when he was still a kid, in fact, he grew up with his uncle. Due to financial problem and lack of means to go to school, he stopped schooling. The best thing that happened to his life now is his reuniting with his dad. And he is also dedicated to finish his studies and support his family someday. For the record, his uncle was a priest and surely, Joshua learned a lot of ideals and good moral character from him.
Joshua, since he already reconciled with his father, he is now living with his dad, step mother and three half brothers - this is his family nowadays. The best thing that he has learned from his father is his being hardworking and this is also the trait that he wants to emulate from him. He can brag about having a good relationship with his step mom and half brothers though they are not his original family.
Joshua is a dancer. The fact is he is a member of the Batangas’ Cultural Group, Sining Kumintang. Aside from being a dancer, he also loves playing the guitar and in terms of sports, he is into basketball.
Joshua’s fans are hopeful that he can bring home the crown of being this year’s Pinoy Big Brother big winner. Do support Joshua, a heartthrob from Batangas by watching Pinoy Big Brother from Monday to Friday on ABS-CBN primetime show.