We guess the Ginebra San Miguel 2017 themed calendar wasn’t racy enough as Pantasya ng Bayan Kim Domingo left little to the imagination when she posed topless with only her hands covering her breasts for the January cover of FHM.
The 21-year-old Kapuso star teased her Instagram followers with a series of posts before the New Year. Clearly up for something, Kim treated her fans to a generous display of the product of her photo shoot with the popular men’s magazine.
On the cover story, the magazine noted that they normally wait for a couple of years before they ask a cover girl to headline another issue because they aim to showcase something fresh every month. But Kim’s case is obviously an exception.
The FHM January muse debuted on the cover of the popular glossy in December 2015. Since then, Kim became one of the most requested models for the magazine. They even receive regular queries on when the sexy Kapuso talent is coming back as its cover girl.
“Aside from the obvious fact that we always strive to offer something fresh every month, how the life of a person has progressed over a considerable period of time can, in itself, make for an interesting account. Unless that individual went through a monumental change, then it wouldn’t make sense to rush a follow-up appearance,” the cover story quotes.
Another article furthers that the magazine is proud to say that it is instrumental to Kim’s success at the moment introducing the stunning actress as simply the girl from the viral Twerk It Like Miley Dubsmash video to being every man’s ultimate fantasy.
Meanwhile, in her interview with FHM, the sexy actress shared, “Iyong biggest challenge ko ngayon is kung paano ako tatagal sa industriya. I want to prove to everyone that talent still reigns. Ang pagiging ‘pantasya ng bayan’ ay hindi kasing simple ng pagpapakita ng katawan. Sex appeal is beyond showing skin.”
Confident that people would look beyond her physical attributes, Kim also focuses on her other skills like singing. For her first project in 2017, Kim is in the cast of Mang Kepweng remake where she plays Vhong Navarro’s leading lady.
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