Jolina Magdangal is all woman in "Good Housekeeping"

Jolina is the youngest single (we define "single" here as "umarried and has no kid") lady to grace the cover of Good Housekeeping magazine. The 29-year-old host-actress talks about her career, her business, and her plan to embark on another chapter in her life, marriage.

It might bea surprise to find the bubbly actress and host Jolina Magdangal on the cover of Good Housekeepingmagazine this October. What everyone does not realize is that Jolina, bestknown for her charming personality and funky fashion sense, is now all woman atthe age of 29. It's hard to believe how much the former teen star has grown.

After shedding her signature long-hair-with-bangs look and going for asophisticated bob, it seems like Jolina's youthful air has stayed with hersince her debut in show business in the now-defunct Ang TV in the early nineties. "Satotoo lang, di ko nararamdaman na thirty years old na akonext year," Jolina muses.

ThoughJolina looks years younger than her age, she has accomplished more than most womenher age have—both in her showbiz career, business ventures, and personallife.

Apartfrom continuing to be one of the country's most bankable stars, Jolina finallyopens up about her personal life, particularly the part that has everyonegushing—her engagement to her non-showbiz boyfriend Bebong Muñoz.


Jolina confessed that when she and Bebong decided tobe together, she decided as well to keep mum about it—especially from the media, whoconstantly hounded her with questions about her love life. "I wanted to make itstrong first because I wanted it to work," she explains. "This year, we'resupposed to plan for the wedding," Jolina shares.

Early on, she's already torn onwhether they should hold a grand wedding or opt for an intimate ceremony withfamily and friends. "Hindi ko alam na ganun pala kahirap mag-plan ng wedding," she admits.

Grab acopy of the October issue of GoodHousekeeping magazine to read more about showbiz darling Jolina Magdangal. Thismonth's issue also features expert advice on getting the best out of your life.Good Housekeeping is nowavailable at magazine stands and bookstores for only P100 per copy.





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