Tonight, the 11th edition of Cosmopolitan Bachelor Bash will unfold at the World Trade Center (in Pasay City) in a nautical-themed event that is sure to fire up the ramp with all the male celebrities in attendance, plus 69 of the hottest young men your eyes can feast on! The 2011 Top 10 Centerfolds are Azkals Phil Younghusband, James Younghusband, Anton del Rosario & Aly Borromeo, Brapanese hunk Hideo Muraoka, actors Paulo Avelino, Ejay Falcon, Enzo Pineda, Ahron Villena and Enrique Gil.
Here are teaser pics of 8 of the Top 10 centerfolds (courtesy of www.rddantes.com)
Enzo Pineda (L) and Anton del Rosario
Ejay Falcon (L) and Enrique Gil
James Younghusband (L) and Hideo Muraoka
Ahron Villena (L) and Aly Borromeo
Plus two of the 69 hunks who will join them:
Sebastian Castro (L) and Carlo Sawit
Gates will open at 7pm. Show starts at 9pm 😉
The Philippine Azkals
The Philippines is no country for Football Fanatics.
Everytime the World Cup is at fever pitch, the Philippines is one of a few places where life moves on without interest at all in what’s happening to the rest of the soccer-loving globe.
But that impression could possibly (and slowly) change in a few years with the sudden popularity of the Philippine Azkals.
These guys achieved some sort of a miracle when they beat defending champion Vietnam in the AFF Suzuki Cup and entered the semifinals to everyone’s surprise.
The Azkals became overnight celebrities in the Philippines and in an instant, the country got hit by unbridled interest in the sport.
They recently lost in the semifinals to Indonesia and were stopped short of a far more glorious performance.
But it doesn’t stop there. This just could be the turning point that the Philippines needs to strengthen its national football team. I don’t mind if most of the members are half-Pinoy imports (like brothers Phil and James Younghusband plus Neil Etheridge). If they can play more solidly in upcoming tournaments in the region, there is a very good chance that the rest of Asia will treat us as potential contenders and not just punching bags in the sport.
And hopefully, the government can also build at least one football stadium that will pass the standards for international play.
For all of this, credit goes to the Azkals – the Philippine Football Team that could… 😉