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Dayanara Torres Is Still A Smokin' Sight To Behold

Miss Universe 1993 is back in the country!
by Khatrina Bonagua | Jan 25, 2017
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During the ‘90s, there was a statuesque beauty that graced our lands and landed straight into our hearts.

She was known for her impressive dancing skills and she was such a pleasure to watch on TV. She was also a lovable actress. Even when she was having a hard time memorizing and pronouncing her Tagalog lines, she still managed to deliver them gracefully. She was in shows like ASAP and Easy Dancing. She even had several movies including Hataw Na! with Gary Valenciano, Type Kita, Walang Kokontra with Cesar Montano, and Basta’t Kasama Kita with her boyfriend of 5 years, Aga Muhlach.

Remember this?

Yes, we're talking about none other than the 1993 Miss Universe, the Philippines’ Dancing Queen, the ageless, Dayanara Torres!

And guess what? She’s back in the country as she’s one of the judges for the upcoming Miss Universe 2016 pageant!

Now, at 42 years old, the actress never seems to age. Just look at her photos above. She still has the very same aura that made us fall for her 23 years ago. 

If you need further proof that this Queen never gets old, or in case you were too young back then and missed her glory days, here's solid proof that Dayanara Torres is still staying golden.

Look at those mesmerizing eyes:

The secret to her toned bod? Exercise!

‘90s kids, bow down to Your Highness:

BONUS: A throwback picture!

Looking forward to seeing you on TV and the big screen again, Dayanara!

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