PBB housemate Mitch and partner Dudz Ibañez's wedding highlights

PBB housemate Mitch and partner Dudz Ibañez's wedding highlights

- Pinoy Big Brother housemate Mitch was finally married to his partner Dudz

- Mitch Talao and partnerDudz Ibañez's exchange of vows became very emotional that even the guests were in tears

- It was billed as another "love wins" moment, and the ceremony was the product of several challenges throughout the week

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The most awaited wedding of Mitch Talao and his partner Dudz Ibañez touched even the coldest of hearts as it aired on Saturday episode of Pinoy Big Brother Otso.

Also tagged as another "love wins" moment, the wedding turned out as successful as it is because of the efforts of the housemates in winning the challenges given to them.

Talao and Dudz's engagement happened recently inside the PBB house.

The wedding was attended by their closest family, including their 2-year-old son Eros.

Part of Mitch's vow to Dudz is about the discrimination they encountered as member of LGBTQ community. "Kahit maraming taong mapanghusga sa paligid natin, hindi natin pinansin iyon dahil ang importante ay alam natin nagmamahalan tayo."

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"At wala tayong sinasagasaan o tinatapakan na tao. Ikaw ang nagpa-realize sa akin na hindi mahalaga ang kasarian, edad, at estado sa buhay --ang mahalaga masaya tayo at nagmamahalan."

Mitch Talao is a transgender woman who joined Pinoy Big Brother Otso as an adult housemate. Their story was recently featured in the longest drama anthology in the country, Maalaala mo Kaya.

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