Sometimes, men of a certain age trump boys with raging hormones. The “sometimes” came in the fine form of Wendell Ramos, who went to the beach and well, showed off his fab form.
His good friend, Antonio Aquitania also gave off that DILF vibe.
Surfer and businessman Luke Landrigan is always clothes-challenged.
Do you remember Paolo Paraiso, who’s mooning us now?
and TJ Trinidad as Metal Man
If you have a thing for cute boys in pleather, funny costumes and funnier names, then watch Captain Barbell tonight on GMA-7. Here’s the PR: Nearly five years after its original television debut, “Captain Barbell” takes flight once more as GMA Network launches the exciting new sequel to the action-adventure series tonight, 28 March 2011. The sequel promises to be more exciting, and the visual effects more amazing, as the greatest Pinoy superhero returns with a new league of extraordinary beings with astounding powers.
The 8 Cosmo Centerfolds
l-r: Jon Mullally, Paolo Paraiso, Joem Bascon
Bruno Folster and Marvin Wijangco
Derek Ramsey and Luke Jickain
It was a screamfest. The Cosmopolitan Bachelors’ Bash was a howling success, judging from the deafening shrieks from an audience gone wild over the eight Cosmo centerfolds who showed up, plus the other daring men who walked the stage shirtless and sometimes, in their bikinis and skivvies. Derek Ramsey drew the loudest reaction from the crowd, as well as Dingdong Dantes and a revved-up Luke Jickain. While Joem Bascon was cutesy and Jon Mullaly aka Jon Avila was bashful, Bruno Folster and Marvin Wijangco were working the audience with their charm. Of course, Paolo Paraiso, who went in first, threw his shirt to the audience and walked the ramp, confident and sassy. And then there was Dingdong Dang-Teats, in a dramatic entrance. For a while I thought he’ll just stick with his shirt on. But then again, he simply ripped it up and proudly strutted the catwalk.
Jake Cuenca [left] and Paolo Paraiso
l-r: Luke Jickain, Marvin Wijangco and Joem Bascon
This year’s edition of the Cosmopolitan [Philippines] Magazine’s ten centerfold hunks is a sexy and good-looking bunch, no doubt about it. But for years, it has baffled me no end how Cosmo chooses its 69 “hot, new bachelors.” As a tagline, Cosmo wants us “to get ready for a hunkfest.” Right. Throw in an ugly Agassi kid in there, some callboys and wannabe models [especially this short dark guy from Sta. Cruz, Laguna with dubious origins, who looks old but claims he is only 20 years old], and you’ve got a hunkfest? I am not saying everyone in the 69 list do not deserve to be there. Some should not be there because they are not hot, not new, not hunks, not handsome, not straight enough to deserve a bit of space in the glossy. Methinks some persons in the list were merely accommodated by the casting director [incidentally, the manager of Dennis Trillo] as a courtesy to their managers, benefactors and supporters.