Fresh faces and younger stars made their debut on this year's FHM 100 Sexiest List

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Janella Salvador, Sanya Lopez, and Gabbi Garcia are some of the fresh faces on this year's FHM 100 Sexiest List.


The names of the women who made it to this year's FHM 100 Sexiest list have been revealed.

Aside from the perennial favorites—Kim Domingo, Ellen Adarna, Jennylyn Mercado, and Angel Locsin—some fresh faces have also made the cut.

Here are some of the celebrities who made their debut on the list:

#89: Gabbi Garcia

The 18-year-old rising superstar is proof that you don't have to bare it all to be sexy.

She always looks stunning no matter what she wears and what role she portrays.


#87: Sheena Halili

If you're not following the StarStruck alumna on Instagram, you're definitely missing out.

The actress recently launched her own bikini line, Just Yve Swimwear, and she's been promoting it nonstop.


#71: Yen Santos

Yen has been blessing us with sultry snaps these past few months—and we're not complaining.

This fresh-faced beauty had us constantly double-tapping her Instagram posts.


#62: Sue Ramirez

That sultry stare is enough to break the internet and set the 100 Sexiest list on fire.

We're looking forward to more fierceness in the future, stunning Sue.


#43: Janella Salvador

Janella first captured our hearts when she had played Sir Chief's daughter, Nikki, on ABS-CBN hit Please Be Careful With My Heart.

Now, officially 18, Jenine Desiderio and Juan Miguel Salvador's daughter has definitely bloomed into one beautiful lady.


#20: Sanya Lopez

From the moment we saw her on Encantadia, we already knew she'd get this far. She'll climb the ranks in the future for sure!


For the full FHM 100 Sexiest Women list, grab a copy of our July 2017 issue, out now!

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This story originally appeared on FHM.COM.PH.

* Minor edits have been made by the PEP.ph editors.


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