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The Hottest (And Most Instafamous) Girl Barkadas In The PH

Collectively, they're unstoppable
by Khatrina Bonagua | Nov 15, 2017
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This month’s issue is not just a tribute to Bubble Gang, the country’s longest-running gag show. The FHM November 2017 issue is also a celebration of the Filipinos’ admiration for girl groups, with these women being our most favorite, obviously:

 

Not only are the #BubbleGangGirls colleagues and comediennes, but they're also true friends outside the four walls of the show. Some were best buds from the start, while some met and formed a solid bond while under the spotlight. No matter how their friendhsips started, one thing’s certain: all of these girls are visibly having the time of their lives together—just check out their respective Instagram accounts.  

In celebration of the Bubble Gang Girls, we've rounded up some of the other girl barkadas in the country whose bonds are so tight that they transcend from work to play. 

1) The Blogger Besties

Members:

Nicole Anderson (288K followers)
Camille Co (409K followers)
Lissa Kahayon (69.4K followers)
Patricia Prieto (104K followers)
Kryz Uy (486K followers)
Laureen Uy (886K followers)

Total number of IG followers:

Approximately 3 million

2) Beshies

Members:

Janna Tee (27.1K followers)
Maxene Magalona (1.8 million followers)
Saab Magalona (394K followers)
Megan Young (1.9 million followers)
Lauren Young (570K followers)

Total number of IG followers:  

Approximately 5 million

3) The It Girls

 

 

Members:

Martine Cajucom (202K followers)
Anne Curtis (8 million followers)
Isabelle Daza (2.2 million followers)
Solenn Heussaff (3.7 million followers)
Bea Soriano (246k followers)
Georgina Wilson (2.6 million followers)
Jess Wilson (162K followers)
Liz Uy (1.4 million followers)

Total number of IG followers:  

Approximately 18.5 million

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