The January 2014 issue of Metro Magazine is going to be its most daring one yet. The much-awaited Body Issue hits the newstands and magazine shops with Miss Universe 2013 3rd Runner-Up Ariella Arida on the cover. The inside pages are just as sizzling with images of male and female celebrities (such as Brent Javier, Carlos Agassi, Cristine Reyes, Dennis Trillo, Enrique Gil, Jake Letts, Janna Tee, Jason Abalos, JC de Vera, Jessica Yang, Joaco Cañas, John James Uy, Rafa Siguion-Reyna, Randy See, Raphael Robes, Rayver and Rodjun Cruz, Rufa Mae Quinto, Sam Concepcion, Sky Yang, Sunshine Cruz, Tom Rodriguez, Valerie Weigmann, Victor Basa, Vince Ferraren, the Viva Hot Babes, and Wendy Tabusalla) in various stages of tasteful undress.
While we are all busy watching and awaiting the results of the Miss World 2013 Top Model event last night, a different kind of eye candy event was happening at the World Trade Center in Pasay City. And don’t be surprised why a flood of good-looking men is suddenly distracting your attention from beauty pageants. I’ve been featuring the bash since 2009 – only one of a few male-studded events I give in to – so the 2013 edition won’t go unnoticed.
The annual Cosmo Bachelor Bash got underway without a hitch as this year’s yummiest hunks and celebrities strutted the runway to the total shrieking adulation of the audience – predominantly girls and gays (including peppermints for sure). The likes of Matteo Guidicelli, Alden Richards, Tom Rodriguez, Dennis Trillo, JC de Vera, brothers Rodjun and Rayver Cruz, Sam Concepcion and Aljur Abrenica fulfilled a good bit of the spectators’ fantasies while still leaving more to imagine about in their own private moments. 😉
Some of the male celebs who joined in (clockwise from top left): Dennis Trillo, Tom Rodriguez, Aljur Abrenica, JC de Vera, Matteo Guidicelli, Rodjun Cruz and Alden Richards. (Photo credits: rddantes, CosmoPH and Rappler.com)
Click HERE to read more of last night’s live feed.
From the time it premiered on GMA-7 last December 7, I gradually got hooked to the first-ever Christmaserye which takes its title from the popular Ariel Rivera Christmas ditty “Sana Ngayong Pasko” or roughly translated to English as “Hopefully, this Christmas.”
I don’t normally get enticed by mushy teledramas, but this one has got the right blend of drama and humor all rolled up to capture the holiday spirit while emphasizing on love, forgiveness and strong family values.
Yes, Susan Roces has already aged a lot and it shows. This is the main reason why she fits the role of Remedios to a T. She plays a married woman who abandoned her husband and children to be with the real love of her life. Decades later, she returns to the same home to re-connect and make amends with her children (and grandchildren) who either welcomed or abhored her re-appearance. The twist in the Christmaserye is that Remedios is afflicted with a disease that slowly erases her memory. She wants to gain the forgiveness of her family and spend whatever is left of her life in their company or at least before her memory of them is completely gone.
Try catching “Sana Ngayong Pasko” on GMA-7 from Mondays-to-Fridays after Full House. This is just a short series that will last till the first week of January 2010.
Below is part of the first episode aired last December 7.
video courtesy of YouTube/almayben
Sana Ngayong Pasko stars Ms. Susan Roces, Christopher de Leon, Gina Alajar, TJ Trinidad, JC de Vera, Maxene Magalona, JC Tiuseco, Ynna Asistio and Dante Rivero, with the special participation of Carmina Villaroel, Zoren Legaspi and Jomari Yllana.
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