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Jul 27, 2016
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The FHM 100 Sexiest Victory Party isn't just all about the women. It's a celebration, after all, the kind that calls for performances and some surprises here and there.

This year's edition was no different.

Like Diana Zubiri and Alice Dixson did in past editions, we opened the night with another FHM Icon in Sunshine Cruz. Our First Pinay Cover Girl set the mood for a show like no other.


Roxee B
served as our host—and she made sure all eyes were glued to the stage the whole time.

As always, our sponsors and co-presenters took the stage. First up was Okamoto Philippines, who paid homage to their Japanese roots. Okamoto, of course, is one of the country's leading condom brands—that also serves as our best explanation for the photo below.


If we had to really guess, leaving the crowd breathless was the main goal of Petron's burlesque-inspired number


Cover Girls Dawn Chang and Arny Ross' dance number went from humblebragging that they're both Number One (or asking us to stop whatever we're doing and look at them)...

...to a better, way sexier version of the human centipede.


All of the night's performances had a James Bond feel: in this next sponsor number, Rogin-E shows us that diamonds are indeed forever.


Tanduay
 just made our dreams come true as five, err, 10—actually, we lost count—ladies heat up their spot.


The RRJ girls also showcased #OOTD ideas for our girlfriends (and in case she didn't know you were there/she's angry you're looking at this page, you can also use that as an excuse).

Second surprise of the night: Two-time Sexiest Woman Sam Pinto returns to the Victory Part stage after a three-year absence. Sam last partied with us in 2012; at the time, she was in her second-straight year as Nation's Finest.


Third surprise of the event: Marian Rivera. It was short, but hella sweet. 

 You’re looking at the first FHM 100 Sexiest Hall of Fame awardee.


Photos by Mark Jesalva, Majoy Siason, Jonathan de Jesus, and Brian Veran

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