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    When Cosmopolitan magazine decides to celebrate, it does so with a bang!

    For its 10th year in the Philippine market, Cosmo—as the mag has come to be called hereabouts—runs a delicious double cover: KC Concepcion and Piolo Pascual. It's the first double cover for the leading women's magazine.

    Mega-daughter KC Concepcion was long on the wishlist of Cosmo for its anniversary cover, but the staff was just about ready to give up since she was based in Paris and a shoot schedule was difficult to fix.

    As luck would have it, KC flew back to Manila for a much-needed vacation, and within that short span of time she gamely posed for the Cosmo cover. Find out what endearingly inspiring thing she'll be doing next. Plus, read about her super kilig updates!

    On the flipside of this issue is the handsome Piolo Pascual, marking the first time that a man has graced the cover of Cosmo's Philippine edition. The rise to stardom was not so easy for Piolo, who actually began in showbiz as a gangly 15-year-old in That's Entertainment. Piolo talks about the steady rise to the top after he came back from the United States, and answers all the scandals and allegations thrown his way.

    Ever wonder what goes on during a typical day of your favorite celebrities? Find out through an "Informer Exclusive." We tag along with Iza Calzado and we learn that she's even more adorable that we thought and that there are at least ten reasons why she's like the rest of us anyway. Cosmo also spends a day with Christian Bautista, and finds out that he's just as real as the guy next door—but ten times more crushable!

    The May issue of Cosmo is definitely steaming hot as your favorite Cosmo Centerfolds bare their to-die-for bodies! Feast your eyes on Dennis Trillo, Sam Milby, Zanjoe Marudo, Luis Manzano, Rafael Rosell, Enchong Dee, Jay-R, Marc Nelson, Jon Hall, Victor Basa, and Will Devaughn—all in various states of undress!

    Make sure to grab your copy of the anniversary issue of cosmopolitan magazine—with more than 350 pages, it's the thickest ever! A collector's item, it's a bible that no young Pinay should be caught without!


    Three reasons why cosmopolitan magazine must be in in our must-buy list this month:
    (1) It's the thickest magazine to date—with 350 pages of stories, articles, and photos celebrating 10 years of fun and fearless femininity;
    (2) For the first time in 10 years, a handsome hunk—none other than Piolo Pascual—graces the cover;
    (3) It features a double-cover—KC Concepcion on one side and Piolo on the other.
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    Piolo Pascual, born January 12, 1977, in Manila, Philippines, is a Filipino actor, singer, concert performer, host, product endorser, and model.

    Pascual's mother is Filipino and his father is German. He is a member of ABS-CBN's elite circle of homegrown talents collectively known as Star Magic. His earliest acting experience was in the student theatrical group "Teatro Tomasino" of the University of Santo Tomas.

    Pascual's early television credits include his stint as Kuya Miguel in ABS-CBN's educational show ATBP and as one of the many teen stars in GMA-7s musical variety show That's Entertainment. His first big break on the small screen came via a weekly primetime series entitled Sa Sandaling Kailangan Mo Ako (The Moment You Need Me), where he received an Asian TV Awards (1999) Best Drama Actor nomination for portraying the villain role of Raffy.

    Pascual appeared briefly as Jussi Leino in The Vizconde Massacre (1991) directed by Carlo J. Caparas and had a supporting part in Batang PX (1997) directed by Jose Javier Reyes. His first big cinema break was the title role in Lagarista (2000) directed by Mel Chionglo where he received his first Gawad Urian nomination (Best Actor). Lagarista was exhibited in the Toronto, Pusan and Hongkong film festivals.

    Pascual was paired with Judy Ann Santos towards the end of the daily primetime series Esperanza (1997-1999) and a quick succession of film and tv projects followed: Esperanza - The Movie (1999) where he received his first Metro Manila Film Festival and FAMAS nominations (Best Supporting Actor), Kahit Isang Saglit (2000), Sa Puso Ko Iingatan Ka (2001-2003), Bakit 'Di Totohanin (2001) and Till There Was You (2003). They reunited in 2006 in the movie Don't Give Up On Us and in the soap opera Sa Piling Mo.

    In 2001, Pascual appeared in Mila directed by Joel Lamangan where he received his first Film Academy of the Philippines (Best Actor) for portraying Primo, the drug addict lover of schoolteacher Mila played by Maricel Soriano. He also headlined the Sprite commercial where a schoolgirl played by Toni Gonzaga could not help but scream "I love you, Piolo!" at the mere sight of him.

    In 2002, Pascual played the pivotal role of Jules Bartolome opposite Vilma Santos and Christopher de Leon, in Dekada '70, which is a film based on Lualhati Bautista's novel of the same title about a family's struggle during the Marcos regime in the Philippines. He achieved a rare grand slam feat collecting a total of eight awards from all the existing award-giving bodies during the 2003 awards season in the Best Supporting Actor category starting with the Metro Manila Film Festival in December 2002 and culminating with the Gawad Urian in May 2003.

    Since then, Pascual has released four albums for Star Records, mounted a solo concert at the Araneta Coliseum, performed outside the Philippines for The Filipino Channel, hosted ASAP, acted in the sitcom Bora with The Hunks, and endorsed Max's Restaurant, Timex watches, Selecta ice cream, Bench overhalued jeans, San Miguel coffee, and Banco de Oro. He also appeared in Mangarap Ka with Angelica Panganiban, Sa Piling Mo with Judy Ann Santos and Walang Kapalit with Claudine Barretto.

    Since 2003, Pascual managed to finish one movie a year for Star Cinema starting with Till There Was You with Judy Ann Santos, Milan (2004) with Claudine Barretto, Dreamboy (2005) with Bea Alonzo, and Don't Give Up on Us (2006) with Judy Ann Santos. For Star Cinema and Viva Entertainment, he filmed Paano Kita Iibigin(2007) with Regine Velasquez.

    On July 11, 2007, Pascual signed an exclusive three-picture contract deal with Star Cinema (Ms. Malou Santos and Ms. Mariolle Alberto, who represented Star Magic big boss Mr. Johnny Manahan, who manages the career of Piolo). Piolo will make for Star Cinema a romantic comedy with Toni Gonzaga. Pascual will be busy with his next album under Star Records and for his next concert at the Araneta Coliseum before December.[1]
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    Paano Kita Iibigin (2007) Star Cinema/Viva Films ...with Regine Velasquez ...directed byJoyce Bernal

    Chopseuy (2007) (digital film)

    Kagat Ng Dilim (2006) (digital film)

    Don't Give Up on Us (2006) Star Cinema ...with Judy Ann Santos ...directed by Joyce Bernal

    D'Anothers 2005 Star Cinema (cameo)

    Dreamboy (2005) Star Cinema ..with Bea Alonzo ..directed by Gilbert Perez

    Milan (2004) Star Cinema ...with Claudine Barretto ..directed by Olivia Lamasan

    Till There Was You 2003 Star Cinema...with Judy Ann Santos...directed by Joyce Bernal

    Dekada '70 2002 Star Cinema with Vilma Santos/Christopher de Leon ...directed by Chito Rono

    9 Mornings 2002 Star Cinema with Donita Rose ..directed by Jose Javier Reyes

    Jologs 2002 Star Cinema (cameo)

    I Think I'm In Love 2002 Regal Films with Joyce Jimenez ...directed by Maryo J. delos Reyes

    Bakit 'Di Totohanin 2001 Star Cinema with Judy Ann Santos...directed by Boots Plata

    Mila 2001 Star Cinema with Maricel Soriano ..directed by Joel Lamangan

    Kahit Isang Saglit 2000 Star Cinema with Judy Ann Santos directed by Gilbert Perez

    Pera O Bayong! 2000 Star Cinema (cameo)

    Lagarista 2000 Solar Films/Crown Seven with Janna Victoria directed by Mel Chionglo

    Esperanza: The Movie 1999 Star Cinema with Judy Ann Santos ..directed by Jerry Lopez Sineneng

    Batang PX 1997 Star Cinema with Patrick Garcia/Zsa Zsa Padilla ...directed by Jose Javier Reyes

    The Vizconde Massacre 1991 Golden Lions with Kris Aquino ...directed by Carlo J. Caparas
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    Television (as an actor only)

    Walang Kapalit 2007
    Your Song 2007
    Your Song 2006
    Sa Piling Mo 2006
    Komiks 2006
    Bora: Sons of the Beach 2005-2006
    Mangarap Ka 2004
    Maalaala Mo Kaya 2004
    Buttercup 2003
    Sa Puso Ko, Iingatan Ka 2001-2003
    Sa Sandaling Kailangan Mo Ako: Book 2 1999
    Esperanza 1998-1999
    Sa Sandaling Kailangan Mo Ako: Book 1 1998
    Mara Clara
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    Film and television awards

    Movie/TV Show Category Organization/Year
    Don't Give Up On Us Best Actor (tied with Jericho Rosales) 23rd PMPC Star Awards for Movies (2007)
    Don't Give Up On Us Best Actor (Musical or Comedy) 4th ENPRESS Golden Screen Awards (2007)
    Milan Best Actor 54th FAMAS Awards (2005)
    Mangarap Ka Best Drama Actor 1st ENPRESS Golden Screen Entertainment TV Awards (2004)
    Dekada '70 Best Actor U.P. Film Desk of the YOUNG CRITICS CIRCLE (2003)
    Dekada '70 Best Supporting Actor GAWAD URIAN (2003)
    Dekada '70 Best Supporting Actor FAP (2003)
    Dekada '70 Best Supporting Actor FAMAS Awards (2003)
    Dekada '70 Best Supporting Actor PMPC Star (2003)
    Dekada '70 Best Supporting Actor PASADO (2003)
    Dekada '70 Best Supporting Actor GAWAD TANGLAW (2003)
    Dekada '70 Best Supporting Actor Metro Manila Film Festival-Philippines (2002)
    Dekada '70 Special Recognition for RARE GRAND SLAM Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation (2003
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    Paano Kita Iibigin OST (with Regine Velasquez) 2007
    Platinum Hits (REPACKAGED with Ikaw Lamang) 2006
    Piolo Pascual: Platinum Hits 2006 Gold
    Renditions: Songs of Louie O. 2005 Gold
    My Gift 2004 Platinum
    Piolo 2003 Platinum
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    Box-office and entertainment industry awards

    Anak TV Seal Top Male Category Southeast Asian Foundation for Children’s Television (2006)
    Anak TV Seal Top Male Category Southeast Asian Foundation for Children’s Television (2005)
    Mr. Screen Idol FAMAS Awards (2005)
    Mr. RP Movies Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation (for 2004 box-office performance)
    Mr. RP Movies Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation (for 2003 box-office performance)
    Youth Achievement Award German Moreno and FAMAS Awards (2002)
    Mr. RP Movies Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation (for 2001 box-office performance)
    Most Promising Group (The Hunks with Jericho Rosales, Bernard Palanca, Carlos Agassi, and Diether Ocampo) Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation Awards (2001)
    Mr. RP Movies Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation (for 2000 box-office performance)
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