If we have the most sexiest Filipino, we should also have the sexiest Filipina.
We all know that the Philippines is well known around the world for its fine beaches and white sands. But, did you also know that good beaches should always be complimented with beautiful ladies? Hahaha…
Anyways, dream on as I introduce you to the top 10 sexiest Filipina celebrities of the Philippines.
10. Roxanne Guinoo
Filipina actress Roxanne Guinoo was born in Rosario, Cavite on February 14, 1986 to Bernardo Guinoo and Ana Bosch. Roxanne is of Filipino, Chinese, and German descent. She is the youngest in a brood of four girls and was overprotected and sheltered. She even recalled a time when she cried because she was not allowed to go to a fast food chain along with her friends. She attended highschool at Atheneum Amcan School in Noveleta, Cavite and graduated batch 2003. She then attended college at De La Salle University Dasmariñas.
Roxanne mentioned that when she was in high school, she auditioned for a drama club called Teatro. She passed, but her parents stopped her from joining Teatro.
She auditioned for Star Circle Quest in SM Bicutan with her sister to accompany her.
Born on February 14, 1985 to parents restaurant magnates Reynaldo and Cecilia Ongpauco, Heart is the youngest in her family, with one brother and four sisters. She grew up and studied at Audabon School in San Francisco, California in the United States of America. Her family moved back to the Philippines in her early years and transferred at Colegio San Agustin-Makati in Makati City. When she entered into show business, she continued her high school at ABS-CBN's Distance Learning Center (DLC).
Heart recently converted from Roman Catholicism to Protestantism or Born-again Christianity. Her family currently owns the Barrio Fiesta restaurant franchise that has domestic and international locations.
Show business is obviously in Maja's blood. She is the daughter of a former actor, Ross Rival(Rosauro Salvador in real life) and Thelma Andres; niece to Jobelle Salvador (one of the casts of the Bagets movie) and Phillip Salvador, a Filipino famous drama and action star; grandniece to Leroy Salvador, who was a famous versatile actor; and a great-grandchild to the late Lou Salvador, a famous Filipino basketball player during the prewar era who has played for the Philippine national basketball team, later became an actor, and became the first showbiz personality who run for the vice presidency of the Philippines in the 1948 Philippine elections.
7. Bea Alonzo
In 2003, at the age of 15, Bea was cast as 20 year old law student Katrina Argos in the TV drama Kay Tagal Kang Hinintay.
Kay Tagal Kang Hinintay paved the way for the John Lloyd-Bea loveteam. They now have four successful teleseryes: It Might Be You, Ikaw Ang Lahat Sa Akin and Maging Sino Ka Man and Maging Sino Ka Man: Ang Pagbabalik.
In June 2008, Alonzo released her debut album The Real Me under Star Records.It was also in mid-2008 when Bea was announced to play the leading character of the most coveted role as Betty Pengson in the worldwide popular TV sitcom Yo Soy Betty La Fea originated from Colombia (the local Filipino version will be entitled "I Love Betty La Fea"). The show which premiered September 2008 garnered top rating and Betty became an instant household name.
Curtis appeared in supporting roles or in ensemble casts during the early part of her career. Anne's first movie was Magic Kingdom, where she played the role of a princess. Most of her early TV shows airing on the GMA-7 Network in the Philippines. in where she starred in shows like Love to Love, where she was partnered with Richard Gutierrez. She attended T.G.I.S (Thank God It's Sabado) during her teen life.
In 2004, she transferred to ABS-CBN. Curtis received her first big break in Philippine primetime TV when she was cast in the role of Stephanie Borromeo in Hiram along with Geoff Eigenman, Heart Evangelista, Kris Aquino, and Dina Bonnevie, mother of her ex-boyfriend, Oyo Boy Sotto and her close friend, Danica Sotto. The role was a departure from her earlier, typical, teeny-bopper roles, and positioned Curtis for primetime.
In 2005, her portrayal in Hiram led to her first title role as Imang/Fatima in the fantasy TV series Kampanerang Kuba. It was a remake of the movie, Kampanerang Kuba played before by Vilma Santos, mother of Luis Manzano who is her longtime bestfriend.
In 2006, Curtis returned to primetime TV as Celine Magsaysay in the drama series Maging Sino Ka Man where she landed one of the lead roles together with Bea Alonzo, John Lloyd Cruz, and Sam Milby.
In 2007, she became part of MTV as a VJ on Gimme 10. She also reprised her role as Celine in Maging Sino Ka Man: Book 2.
In 2008, she played the role of a goddess in the fantasy series Dyosa. The popularity of the show even made her fans call her Dyosa. Her leading men in the fantaserye were Sam Milby, Luis Manzano, and Zanjoe Marudo. That same year, she landed a lead role in the Metro Manila Film Festival entry Baler. For her work in the film, she was honored with the Festival Best Actress Award, her first ever major acting award. She was also reportedly set to star as the super-heroine Darna opposite Richard Gutierrez in Captain Barbell Meets Darna but the actress chose to remain with her mother studio, ABS-CBN.
In 2009, she
finished taping the romantic primetime series The Wedding co-starring Zanjoe Marudo and Derek Ramsay. She is also set to do a movie with Richard Gutierrez entitled Maybe This Time.
She is the only daughter of Gabby Concepcion and Sharon Cuneta, and had been legally adopted by Senator Kiko Pangilinan. Her sisters are Simone Francesca Emmanuelle and Mariel Daniella Sophia, the children of Kiko and Sharon.
Graduated High School from International School Manila.
In 2003, she studied International Corporate Communications with a minor in Theatre Arts at the American University of Paris, and graduated in 2007.
After winning Starstruck, she started in various television guestings and shows. She is a performer in the network’s Sunday variety-concertshow "SOP." On May 13, 2007, she got her first acting job and lead role as Luming/Mina in a Sunday afternoon series Magic Kamison which entitled as Black Jewel in the Palace, that run for six weeks. She was then nominated at the 21st Star Awards for Television for Best New Female Personality for that series. After the said series, she got to play as Madel in Mga Mata ni Angelita, which was her first primetime series. Then she became a part of the cast in Mark Herras' Fantastic Man as Agent Vicky where she replaced the character of Valerie Concepcion which is Agent Belle, due to her transfer in another network.
She landed her first major role in a primetime series called Kamandag, where she played as Jenny. It was Richard Gutierrez himself reportedly personally asked for Jewel to be one of his leading ladies apart from his another leading lady Maxene Magalona. They will be working again together in the suspense-thriller film by director Chito Roño under GMA Films entitled Dagaw.
She is one of the celebrity endorsers of Brit London (line of shirts). As of September 1, 2007, Jewel became a Regal Films contract star. Mother Lily of Regal signed her up to an eight-picture contract that started her being cast to an episode of the horror trilogy Shake, Rattle, and Roll 9, which entitled, Engkanto where she got to work, for the first time, with the artists of the rival network. She played as Tonee, a member of a teenage gothic band.
She has a special participation in LaLola. She has posed as a covergirl in December 2008 issue of Uno Magazine.
Hermosa is Spanish Filipino actress who was born to a Filipino father and a Spanish mestiza mother. She is the second of four children in the family. Kristine hermosa happens to be half german and half filipina. She loves the jonas brothers and lives in boracay.
On her grade school level, Hermosa went to Querino Elementary School and St.Anthony's School. When her family moved to Laguna, she then enrolled at Colegio de San Pedro, San Pedro, Laguna near Pacita Complex to continue her remaining grade school and first year in high school. She continued her studies at ABS-CBN Learning Center after they moved back to Manila. Kristine finished her high school at Liberty High School and she graduated at Robertstown University with an Associate Degree in Arts. Right now, aside from her showbiz commitments, she continues to pursue her studies at the University of the Philippines Open University program taking up Associate in Arts.
In 2004, Geronimo signed a contract with ABS-CBN, where she had her first project in acting through starring in a drama series entitled Sarah, The Teen Princess. She also became a mainstay in a musical variety show, ASAP. In 2005, Geronimo sang the theme of a Star Cinema movie, Can This Be Love. She also became part of the fourth season of the weekly teen-oriented program, SCQ Reload, Kilig Ako. In summer of 2005, Sarah reunited with her fellow champions for a US Tour of Pinoy Idols: Return Of The Champions, which was staged in selected cities in the U.S. for a two-month period.
In 2006, she lead the cast of one of ABS-CBN's primetime soap opera, Bituing Walang Ningning. Here, she starred as an aspiring singer named, Dorina Pineda. She also released a soundtrack of the series. She also took the lead role in ABS-CBN's primetime drama Pangarap Na Bituin opposite Jericho Rosales, along with Maja Salvador, Rica Peralejo and, Nikki Gil as "The Jewel Sisters".
Last July 30, 2008, her debut movie under Star Cinema and Viva Films with Filipino actor John Lloyd Cruz entitled A Very Special Love was released. She also recorded her own version of the song "A Very Special Love" for the movie which was then included in the repackaged edition of Taking Flight. In February 2009, Geronimo will also star her follow-up movie with John Lloyd Cruz, dubbed You Changed My Life (A Very Special Love Sequel), after the hit-movie success of A Very Special Love. They started taping on November 2008 and aiming to wrap it on February 25 of the following year. It will be Star Cinema's Valentine offering for 2009..It had reached 229.3 million total theatrical earnings plus making Sarah and John Lloyd the All-Time Box-Office King and Queen beating the two Harry Potter movies and Spiderman 2.
In September 2003, Geronimo released her debut album entitled "Popstar: A Dream Come True". She also staged her first solo concert at the Music Museum in the same year. The album produced singles such as "Forever's Not Enough", "To Love You More" as well as "Sa Iyo". In November 2004, Geronimo released her second album entitled Sweet Sixteen, with "How Could You Say You Love Me" as the first single. Sarah, along with other reality star search winners Rachelle Ann Go, and Erik Santos staged the Night of the Champions concert at the Araneta Coliseum, which also went on a tour in US. She also played in the fantasy movie, Lastikman of VIVA Films. Sarah performed her first major solo concert, "The Other Side" at the Araneta Coliseum. Viva Records released a live DVD album of the filmed tour in Araneta Coliseum named as "The Other Side: Live Album", and achieved platinum.
Angel Locsin (born Angelica Colmenares on April 23, 1985), is a television and film actress, commercial model, film producer and fashion designer in the Philippines.
Locsin rose to prominence after being cast as one of the lead stars in the fantasy-themed television series Mulawin in 2004. Soon after, she starred as the superheroine Darna in the TV adaptation of the Mars Ravelo comics. When her contract expired on March 2007, Angel did not renew her contract with GMA Network and signed an exclusive contract with ABS-CBN despite her booming career on the first. Her first project under ABS-CBN was the television series Lobo. Locsin recently starred her first box office movie under Star Cinema, Love Me Again, directed by Rory Quintos.
Locsin will launch her 2009 TV series in ABS-CBN,Only You with Sam Milby and Diether Ocampo.
Biography source: wiki