Maine Mendoza ‘flattered’ to be named one of PHL’s iconic women

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  • Kapuso star Maine Mendoza said she was flattered to be named one of the Philippines’ “25 iconic women” by MEGA magazine for its 25th anniversary issue.

    “Nung sinabi siya sa akin na kasama ako dito, parang naisip ko bakit? Eh ang daming iba, ang daming iba na ang tagal-tagal na dito, ilang covers na yung nagawa nila, tapos ako na swerte ako na nakasama ako dito, so sobrang nakakatuwa, sobrang flattered ako na makasama dito,” she said in a video posted on MEGA’s Instagram account.

    The magazine describes the star as “relatable” and someone people can’t get enough of, with her undeniable charm and sense of humor.

    “She is phenomenal. People can’t seem to get enough of her. Despite the sheer level of her popularity, she is relatable and people are naturally drawn to her because of her charm, never forced or studied,” it said.

    es, even though Maine is one of the biggest stars in the country—with a schedule that includes movies, her “Eat Bulaga” hosting, her new TV series “Destined To Be Yours,” commercial endorsements and a lot more—she still has her feet on the ground. (gma news)

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