PHOTOGRAPHY: DOC Marlon Pecjo Assisted by ROY MACAM
INTERVIEWS: B.A. Borleo. Charmaine Z. Chanco, Khyne L. Palumar
STYLING: BADJ GALIAS;
MAKEUP ARCHIE TOLENTINO FOR MAYBELINE-THE MAKEUP FORUM, DIANNA DE CASTRO, BENJIE ANGELES;
HAIR: BREN SALES FOR L’OREAL PROFESSIONEL, NIKKI BACAY FOR NIKKI BACAY SALON;
Is the pressure to carry an issue bigger now that you’re famous?
Yes, but the difference with this one is marami kami. I have to do good para it will still come out great even when I’m with other girls. The fun thing is, I’ve met most of them a long time ago so it’s fun working with all of them.
To call your May 2008 issue sizzling sounds like an understatement. How have things been since?
It helped me a lot. With regard to work, for example, people then couldn’t picture how I looked like every time my name came up. Now if you tell them, “She’s the May issue cover girl of FHM,” they’d say yes right away.
So what’s the grand plan?
It’s my dream really to be a chef.
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