It's been almost a decade and a half since the follow-up group to StarStruck Batch One battled it out for fame (GMA Network exclusive contract) and fortune (P1 million cash prize).
The changes in the second installment of the reality talent competition came with the pressure of a successful maiden season. Whereas every finalist from the original group—especially the women—made a mark in show business, most of the contestants in this next set of alumni laid low after "The Final Judgement." Only the Top 3 female survivors are still active on-screen.
Where are the rest of them now?
In a 2015 report by PEP.ph, we learned that the StarStruck Avenger co-manages her boyfriend's forwarding business.
Luna had a brief showbiz (Now and Forever presents Tinig) and beaucon (Binibining Pilipinas 2007) run before settling down.
The fifth finalist to be eliminated, now happily married, continued her academics then served as a customer service associate.
Jareño joined the airline industry, which explains her countless travel photos. She has kept in touch with batchmates Jelaine and LJ.
Young is probably the most popular alumnus of Batch Two, after she became the first-ever Filipina Miss World in 2013. When she's not in front of the camera, the 28-year-old is busy hosting beauty pageants and invading the catwalk.
Aside from acting (Gawad Urian Best Actress for Ang Anino sa Likod ng Buwan), the First Princess has also dabbled in dancing and entrepreneurship. Reyes, mom to son Aki, recently announced that she and partner Paolo Contis are pregnant.
An FHM favorite, the May 2013 cover girl consistently placed in the 100 Sexiest list since initially making it in 2005. Quite ironic that Cenon, a former StarStruck Ultimate Female Survivor, just transferred to ABS-CBN this year.