- ABS-CBN executive Charo Santos-Concio poses for the cover of Rogue magazine's November issue
- The 'Maalaala Mo Kaya' host looks young and sexy in the magazine cover posted by ABS-CBN executive Eric John Salut on his Instagram account
- Netizens praised the sultry magazine cover of the "Ang Babaeng Humayo" star
The 'Maalaala Mo Kaya' host Charo Santos-Concio proves that she's still got what it takes to be in magazine covers as she poses for Rogue Magazine's November issue, looking young and sexy.
Despite being seen on TV on her 'Tita Charo' look as she hosts ABS-CBN's longest running TV drama anthology, The ABS-CBN executive showed her sultry side on her black and white cover of Rogue. The network's PR executive Eric John Salut posted the magazine cover on his Instagram account with the caption:
"Our dear Ma'am Charo Santos graces the cover of @rogueonline Cinema Issue. CSC as interviewed by acclaimed writer Ricky Lee. Grab your copy now!"
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The photo received positive feedbacks from the netizens, complimenting Charo's youthful look.
One Instagram user commented:
"Oh my god,,diko nakilala c miss charo.parang lumelevel sa edad nina angel locsin lng ang peg ni miss charo dito..super ganda nyo po dito."
Another netizen reacted:
"Ms. Charo Santos, you look 30 and better looking than. Epitome of an inside beauty."
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The star of critically acclaimed films such as Itim (1976), Agila (1980), Brutal (1980), and Kisapmata (1981) recently made her movie comeback in Lav Diaz' award-winning film “Ang Babaeng Humayo” which won the Golden Lion at the Venice International Film Festival last September.
Charo starred in the almost four-hour film where she played as the main character with Kapamilya actor John Lloyd Cruz. She said, sharing the story of the film:
“It’s about love and revenge and transcendence of one’s humanity. How do you let go of your past, how do you let go of yours baggage? After going through so much pain in lfie, how does one begin to appreciate the inherent goodness in man again?”
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