Remember those days? This woman was then dubbed as the country’s “Queen of MySpace.” Her publicly uploaded selfies were her claim to fame. MySpace, Friendster, forums, blogs—before the term "Internet Breaking" was coined, the young model was already breaking the World Wide Web—one selfie at a time. She was everywhere. And everyone was curious to know about the mysterious Cebuana charmer.
Finally, in 2005, everyone got their answer. That year, she won Candy Magazine’s Candy Teen Model Search, where she became the magazine’s July 2005 cover girl:
Ellen had it coming. Her ascent from MySpace and Friendster to the pages of the country's leading magazines was inevitable. Her covers serve a greater purpose: chronicling her rise from teen heiress to industry heavyweight.
Let’s travel back in time and take a look at our new cover girl's evolution through the years.
Candy Magazine June 2006
FHM December 2010
FHM January 2012
Esquire April 2014
Preview June 2014
Women's Health October 2014
FHM December 2016
FHM December 2016 is now available in supermarkets, convenience stores, newsstands, and bookstores nationwide!
You can score digital copies in the following days through the FHM app on Apple App Store (http://bit.ly/fhmphapple) and on Google Play (http://bit.ly/FhmPHandroid), Buqo, and the Summit Media Newsstand (http://bit.ly/fhmmagph)!
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