Another sizzling pair of cover girls comes your way in FHM’s November 2010 issue, out now everywhere.
From October’s reality show hotties Jef Gaitan and Wendy Valdez, the November issue features real-life sisters and certified bombshells Michelle and Ehra Madrigal on the cover together for the first time.
The Madrigal sisters are arguably one of the most gorgeous sets of siblings we’ve seen, and in this issue you’ll see just why.
Says Ehra about doing the shoot together with Michelle, “Nakakatuwa kasi first time naming magkasama sa cover sa isang magazine.
"I’d always told myself, if ever I’d pose for the cover again, since nagawa ko nang ako lang, mas maganda kung kaming dalawa na ni Michelle.”
Michelle, on the other hand, contemplates on having become more comfortable with sexy shoots. “Ngayon marami na akong roles na nagampanan na medyo sexy, so it’s easier for me,” says the actress.
In this age of photoshop, pictures can and do and will lie, but Michelle and Ehra’s air of confidence and sheer sexuality in this issue wasn’t something that could be airbrushed in or whatnot.
Joining the sisters in November’s beauty parade are Althea Wang, whose cute braces will remind you of your highschool crush, only a whole lot sexier, and a heaping serving of some of the hottest models at the 100 Sexiest show last July.
Kates Ocampo, Janine Lao, and the rest of the RRJ models along with San Mig Light babe Milena Krahulkova (she’s from the Czech Republic, if you were going to ask), Master’s Aiko Baniqued and GBX’s Regina Castillo give you all that you can handle this month.
And lastly, do you remember myFHM member Karen Mae Soriano? Well, she's got a nice, little feature and photoshoot, too, straight from Californ-i-a!
Oh, but these women are but the cherry on top, the icing of the cake, the pulutan to the beer. The Novemberissue also profiles some of the most badass celebrity figures in the country. We’re talking actor Baron Geisler, broadcast journalist Raffy Tulfo, vocalist Ian Tayao, and MMA fighter Alvin Aguilar, and they shed light about their habits that lead to a public perception that they’re bad-ass.
And because graves and pumpkins are right around the corner, FHM explores the living, breathing world of the graveyard shift.
Once the exclusive realm of “night watchmen, bar girls, police beat reporters, Johnny Midnight and Mr. Carinoso on AM radio, taxi drivers, 24-hour convenience store attendants, gasoline boys, and other solitary souls making a living after dark,” now you can add call center agents to that list. As the call center industry burgeons to a workforce totaling around 900,000, FHM explores the dynamics, the economics, and the after-office culture in such a set-up.
The November issue also shows you explains why the toughest basketball team ever assembled were the 1971 Meralco Reddy Kilowatts, a team which played in the Manila Industrial Commercial Athletic Association.
We also give out tips to online flirting, show you seven things you might be doing that are lessening your sexual potency, and last but not the least, tell you all about the tricks to dealing with MMDA officers. All these and more in FHM’s November 2010 issue!
WORDS BY: GELO GONZALES