Andrea Torres denies boycotting FHM Sexiest Women victory party; not bitter about Jennylyn Mercado’s win

Andrea Torres posted an official statement on Instagram to explain her absence from this year’s FHM100 Sexiest Women victory party. The Kapuso sexy actress says, "I would like to categorically state that I have no problem whatsoever with Jennylyn’s victory. I even congratulated her before the event and told her that I’m sure many are anticipating her ramp appearance, so I’m really happy for her and everyone who made it on


Naglabas ng kanyang opisyal na pahayag ang Kapuso actress na si Andrea Torres tungkol sa hindi niya pagdalo sa victory party ng FHM 100 Sexiest Women 2015 noong Sabado, July 11, sa SMX Convention Center.

Marami kasi ang nagtataka kung bakit hindi rumampa si Andrea samantalang siya ay nasa second spot sa annual poll na ito ng FHM.

Sinasabi ng ilan na binoycott ni Andrea ang event dahil hindi siya ang nag-number one, kahit na ilang linggo siyang nangunguna sa botohan.

Ang nakakuha ng No. 1 spot ay ang kapwa niya Kapuso star na si Jennylyn Mercado.

Nauna nang nagpaliwanag si Andrea sa panayam ng 24 Oras na umere kagabi, July 13, pero hindi naipalabas nang buo ang kanyang interview.

Kaya naisipan ng aktres na gamitin ang kanyang Instagram account (@andreatorres) upang ibigay ang kanyang panig at pabulaanan ang paratang na naging bitter siya sa pagkapanalo ni Jennylyn.

Ayon kay Andrea, malaki ang pasasalamat niya sa FHM, sa fans niya, at sa mga fans ni Marian Rivera na bumoto sa kanya; at wala raw anumang hindi magandang namamagitan sa kanila ni Jennylyn.

Narito ang buong pahayag ni Andrea:

“Hi guys! I heard that there is an issue circulating about me on the result of FHM’s 100 Sexiest, and Jennylyn Mercado.

“Unfortunately, only a portion of my interview was aired in 24 Oras because of time constraints.

“So I am reaching out on social media to send my love and positive vibes. I don’t want you guys getting stressed over something that doesn’t even exist.

“I would like to categorically state that I have no problem whatsoever with Jennylyn’s victory.

“I even congratulated her before the event and told her that I’m sure many are anticipating her ramp appearance, so I’m really happy for her and everyone who made it on the list.

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“The support I received was sufficient reward for me. It was after all, the first time I ventured into something I thought I could never do.

“I can never thank my fans enough, Marian’s (Marian Rivera) fans, and my brothers and sisters in the entertainment industry.

"I am forever grateful to FHM because many of the work-related blessing I am receiving over the last few months are largely a result of my feature in the magazine.

"I am not in a habit of creating conflict and harboring ill will against my co-artists. We support each other. We promote each other’s shows whenever we can using social media.

“Jen and I are together in SAS and I have a very high regard for her talents and respect her both as an artist and as an individual.

“I hope this supposed 'boycott' issue can be finally put to rest.

"There was never any disagreement between myself, Jennylyn, or any other co-artist.

"No one can drive a stake between Jennylyn and myself—after all, we are both a Kapuso."


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