FHM Nation, the child star is now a lady: Empress Schuck is our cover babe for March 2013!
FYI: Empress is over 18, okei? She just turned 20 last February
Rumors of Empress gracing our cover spread like wildfire in the Internet for days. The Twitterati kept asking while some FHM Facebook friends bombarded us with PMs. FHM Celebrity Coordinator Allan Altera even had to issue his own clues about our cover girl because, and we quote, "Kinukulit na nila akech!"
So here it is our beloved readers, the third cover of FHM's 2013 New World Order. Maybe this is indeed the year we get to touch them untouchables.
"I'm happy kasi meron akong nagawang bago para sa sarili at career ko," says Empress. "I want everyone to realize that I'm no longer a child. It's also for everyone to understand na posing for FHM doesn't mean na magse-sexy ka na or you are changing your image sa public. I took it as a challenge to show everyone na you can still be wholesome while showing skin." Her words also tell us that our cover babe's wise beyond her tender years.
Among the many things we did in this month's issue: We put new FHM columnists Jahziel Manabat and Abby Poblador in a spectacular debate against each other, talked about the greatest sports scandals in history, gave the lowdown on our website's upcoming grand redesign, and featured Wendy Valdez, Jef Gaitan, Karen Bordador, and a few other swimsuit sweethearts for this year's Bikini Heaven Special!
As our cover blurb suggests, "Imagine the possibilities!"
Our March 2013 issue will be available in newsstands and bookstores everywhere this weekend! Digital copies though are now available at www.summitnewsstand.com.ph/fhm!
In the meantime, keep swinging by FHM.com.ph for a behind the scenes look at Empress's cover shoot and the teaser video to our March issue. Now hit the gallery below for the first exclusive pictures of Empress on FHM!
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