Jul 11, 2013
Actress Marian Rivera stole the show at the FHM 100 Sexiest Women 2013 victory party held Wednesday night at the World Trade Center in Pasay City when the actress, hailed as sexiest woman in the country, walked the runway in a sexy golden two-piece bikini - with wings -- designed by Liz Uy. Fans and photographers went crazy as the Kapuso Primetime Queen highlighted the annual event.
This is the second time Marian landed on top of the list of sexiest women in the Philippines by men’s magazine, FHM (The first time was in 2008). Marian garnered a total of 890,490 votes this year.
In an interview with GMA News, Marian said she was more confident to walk ‘sexy’ down the ramp this year than in previous years. "Kinabahan din ako dahil ‘di naman ako sobrang sanay sa [ganito] pero nung nakita ko yung crowd, mukhang OK naman, nawala ang nerbiyos ko," she shared.
Although the actress’ real-life boyfriend, Kapuso actor Dingdong Dantes, was not present during the show, Marian revealed that Dingdong was going to pick her up after the event. “Mahihiya kasi ako kapag nandito siya kaya OK lang na wala. Pero siya naman ang susundo sa akin after [the event],” said Marian.
Before Marian, some 100 models and stars paraded in their sexiest outfits. Up until before the show ended, no one in the audience was certain whether Marian would walk down the ramp. But when the lights dimmed during the last few minutes, the crowd went ecstatic as the biggest question of the night was finally answered: Marian strode victorious like a winged goddess descending from skies, and she received the biggest round of applause that evening.
Apart from Marian, several other Kapuso artists also landed on the list and graced the victory party including sisters Michelle and Ehra Madrigal, LJ Reyes, Starstruck avenger Jade Lopez, Glaiza de Castro, FHM May 2013 cover girl Ryza Cenon and “Vampire ang Daddy Ko” star Jinri Park.
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