Marian Rivera heats up catwalk at magazine’s victory party
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MANILA, Philippines — Even though the rainy season in the Philippines has already kicked in, the country’s sexiest women made sure to heat up a magazine’s victory party to scorching temperatures.
Marian Rivera led the 100 sexiest women who showed off their alluring bodies at the FHM 100 sexiest victory party Wednesday night at the World Trade Center.
GMA 7’s “primetime queen” is the number one sexiest woman in the Philippines this year beating Sam Pinto who topped last year’s poll.
She reclaimed the title four years after she first won it back in 2009.
Rivera and Pinto battled closely for the top spot in the online, text, and print voting conducted by the men’s magazine.
According to FHM, more than 16 million votes were cast this year.
“The final tally saw Marian raking in a total of 890,490 votes against Sam’s 778,681,” FHM posted on its website.
The rest of the women in the top 10 are Angel Locsin, Jennylyn Mercado, Cristine Reyes, Solenn Heussaff, Ellen Adarna, Anne Curtis, Jackie Rice, and Empress Schuck.
The rest of the 100 sexiest women of FHM who graced the catwalk during the victory party are:
Alyzza Agustin, Saicy Aguila, Karen Bordador, Jade Lopez, Sara Polverini, Yassi Coo, Eda Nolan, Kristine Santamena, Gwen Garci, Chloe Dauden, Danielle Castano, Sanya Smith, Roxee B., Sheree, Pauleen So, Andrea Del Rosario, Danica Torres, Linda Persson, Jana Victoria, Red Dela Cruz, Jahziel Manabat, Ornussa Cadness, Abby Poblador, Jacq Yu, Aubrey Miles, Meg Imperial, Monica Mendoza, Yam Concepcion, Regine Angeles, Jef Gaitan, Ritz Azul, Ehra Madrigal, Daiana Menezes, LJ Reyes, Bangs Garcia, Michelle Madrigal, Glaiza de Castro, Ryza Cenon, Rufa Mae Quinto, Jinri Park, and Jackie Rice.
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