Two magazine covers are making rounds online after they feature two actresses sensationally showing more than what they should have.
Anne Curtis graced the cover of the latest issue of Metro Magazine topless while her fellow Kapamilya star Ellen Adarna went completely naked during the cover shoot for FHM.
It wasn’t quite a change of pace for Anne since she has already appeared on magazine covers a few times showing more than what she’s supposed to. This time, wearing only a pair of denim jeans, the former Dyosa star captured the hearts of men and women alike in a sexy yet fun and fashionable issue of the popular glossy.
“First one with my short hair, too! Thank you for having me again, Metro. Big hugs and kisses to all of you! Here’s to ending 2016 with a smile and welcoming 2017 with love, laughter and happiness!” Anne said on the caption of her Instagram post sharing the cover of the magazine with her some 6.1 million followers.
The TV host also added, “Sending positivity and happiness out to the universe as the holidays are just around the corner.”
Anne cut her hair short in October as she prepares for her role in the upcoming movie Buy Bust directed by Erik Matti. The film, which what could easily prove to be Anne and Erik Matti’s biggest international film to date, also stars MMA fighter Brandon Vera.
Anne underwent rigorous training to pick up the skills required for the movie. She tried to learn as much from her training because she wanted to do all her stunts in the movie herself. She utilizes extensive knife and stick techniques as shown in the film’s behind the scenes footage.
Meanwhile, the recently launched Tanduay 2017 calendar girl and the controversial TV actress, Ellen, has finally revealed the reason why she went completely naked while frolicking on an undisclosed beach last month.
The 28-year-old Cebu native is back this month for a third go-round as cover girl for FHM Philppines magazine.
Considered as the most provocative cover of FHM since it seriously toned down its content, eschewing nudity and humor for artsy pictorials and thoughtful articles, it features Ellen in “naughty by nature” theme for the cover shoot snapped by top photographer Mark Nicdao.
“Because of our cover girl’s stunning physique and bold personality, we were compelled to release two versions of her cover,” writes Anton Umali for the teaser piece announcing the cover issue.
“In the first, she is wrapped in vines, embodying the essence of Mother Nature—a strong woman very much in control. In the second, she stands amid tempestuous waves, glowing as she basks in the glorious light of the sunset.”
Ellen was said to be dead serious about the provocative shoot she even went unconscious after she fainted during the early part of the shoot.
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