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6 Pinays Who Broke The Internet Before That Kim Kardashian Cover

So Kim Kardashian broke the Internet... These celebs have done it before, you know!
by Mikey Agulto | Nov 15, 2014
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It's official: Kim Kardashian's pear-shaped buns have broken the Internet beyond repair. In fact, her very NSFW Paper Magazine cover is everywhere. We can't even stop talking about it!

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But hey, Kim isn't the only one who managed to bring the Internet to its knees in the past couple of years. We believe these Pinays have done it before, you know. Read on to know more!

The day Anne wore that dress (February, 2013)

The Internet rightfully lost its shit when Anne Curtis, who did a rendition of Rihanna's "Diamond," donned a high slit skirt that left very little to the imagination. After watching the clip on YouTube, netizens wondered: Did she skip her undies during that performance? "It may have seemed like a wardrobe malfunction, but I can assure you, after making the mistake of not securing myself once, I wouldn't let that happen to me again," she later clarified.

Video via Aldrin Bibon

It took Anne a year to dominate the web rounds once again, this time courtesy of this Dyesebel pictorial.

AnnePhoto via Mark Nicdao's Instagram

The day Ellen Adarna skipped that bra (November, 2013)

"Was there really a nip slip in Ellen's highly-sexualized workout video?" the Internet wondered a year ago. This thing got so big that we decided to make an investigative report about it. After getting in touch with Ellen's management, we eventually found out that she was in fact wearing a nipple tape underneath that pink top. Sad, we know, but it's not like it went viral because of her supposed nip slip, right? 

Video via saint b

Alas, she broke the Internet once more last April...

EllenPhoto via Esquire Philippines Facebook page

And then again in October:


The day FHM revealed its 150th issue Cover Girl (January, 2013)

This was us crossing a major one off our bucket list—we got Marian Rivera to pose for our magazine! Netizens and news outlets went bonkers as soon as this cover image was published. "I was able to buy my copy yesterday at exactly three in the afternoon in Farmers Cubao. This was after seven hours and asking almost 50 bookstores. It was worth it," comments one reader. Ika nga ni Marian, ito na ang "rurok ng paghihintay."