Cora Wadell has been one of the more famous housemates in the latest edition of Pinoy Big Brother, titled PBB:737.
Cora, who was known because of her strong personality, sheer determination, and striking beauty successfully made it to the dream team as one of the regular housemates of the said season. She has been linked with Tanner Mata, one of the hunks and attractive guys inside the house during their time there.
The two made a powerful couple and combination who always wins challenges and obstacles whenever they are together. Cora, despite her strong personality, was also considered as one of the reliable and trustworthy older housemates while inside the house. A lot of teen housemates confide and share their secrets with her, because she also proved that she can be trustworthy and objective when she needs to be. She is driven to win and that is why she became one of the darlings of the crowd while she was inside the house.
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Even the Big Winner, Maymay Entrata was close to her because, the two had been constant confidantes whenever Maymay needs some sort of advice from Cora, whom she fondly calls as Ate Cora.
Cora, also was not safe to the fights inside the house. One of the most controversial and highly talked about was her feud with housemate, Baninay. The two eventually made up and even became best of friends.
Just recently, this striking girl caught the attention of her followers when she posted the news that she was already engaged.
The mestiza beauty posted a photo of her engagement ring with a caption that is thanking everyone who has been really supportive of their relationship.
His fiance, Terrence, apparently popped the big question during one of their trips overseas.
Now that she’s an accomplished artist and celebrity, she has been part of the cast of Bagani as one of the spirit warriors of the Baganis, everything seems to be working out for her.
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Here’s to wishing more happy and successful years for you, Cora!