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Metro’s beloved cover girls make their way back for a digital cover. #Metro30 is a celebration of three decades of stylish, independent women.
Former beauty queen and actress Charlene Gonzalez-Muhlach was featured on the cover of Metro magazine twice: one back in August 1998 when she was hosting TV show Keep on Dancing and one back in November 2015.
Fashion model-turned-actress Angel Aquino had her first Metro cover feature photographed in Vigan by Neal Oshima in 1994.
Athlete-turned-actress Mikee Cojuangco-Jaworski had a total of four magazine cover features with Metro.
The two cover features Tweetie de Leon-Gonzalez had with Metro encapsulate who she is as a woman
It was in 2008, at a pivotal moment in her showbiz career as Daniella Valencia on the hit teleserye “I Love Betty La Fea” when Ruffa Gutierrez had her first Metro cover.
Joey Mead-King thinks back to her first Metro shoot and all the apprehensions that came with being a young model. “
From when Metro magazine first had her on its cover as a teenage dream to her most recent shoot with Metro.Style website for her 40th birthday this year, Claudine is a star reborn, one whose radiance will never again be eclipsed.
When Dawn Zulueta-Lagdameo was photographed for Metro’s 30th anniversary issue, she had just finished promoting her most recent film, Family History, where she stars alongside comedian Michael V.
Lucy Torres-Gomez credits her Metro photo shoots for some of her best experiences on set and for developing her own tastes in fashion.
First appearing on the cover of Metro in 2002, Judy Ann Santos-Agoncillo has been witness to the magazine’s growth as well as—and perhaps most importantly—her own.
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