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LOOK: Kylie Verzosa sizzles as she's named as this liquor brand's 2023 calendar girl

By John Patrick Magno Ranara Published Nov 11, 2022 2:13 pm

Kylie Verzosa never fails to turn heads with her gorgeous aura and irresistible charm, and now, she's about to turn the temperature up even more as Tanduay's 2023 calendar girl.

The actress and Miss International 2016 winner was revealed to be the liquor brand's latest muse during the calendar's launch on Nov. 10. She also shared the good news on her Instagram account, where she posted photos of herself wearing a red feathered gown inspired from the Ibong Adarna during the event.

"Hi 2023! [I'm] your new Tanduay Calendar Girl 2023. More to come," Verzosa wrote in the caption.

During the launch, Verzosa shared how grateful she is to be the brand’s calendar girl, "It feels surreal to become a Tanduay Calendar Girl, especially if you consider all the strong and beautiful women who came before me like Heart Evangelista, KC Concepcion, and Bea Alonzo. It feels great to be in their company."

However, she will not put up with putting women down as she reminded everyone not to compare her with previous calendar girls.

"Each woman is unique so we have to be accepted for what we are," she said.

According to Marc Ngo, the brand's business development manager and senior brand manager, Verzosa is the ideal woman to represent their brand because of her many talents and her advocacy towards mental health. 

"Kylie is a multifaceted talent whose appeal comes from her beauty and brains as well as the strength of her advocacies. She is the perfect embodiment of the brand for 2023 as we seek to engage with varied customer profiles in different markets while continuing to serve our customers in the Philippines," Ngo said.

This latest milestone in Verzosa's career comes after her her performance in the movie The Housemaid won her the Best Actress award at the Distinctive International Arab Festivals Awards 2022.

"Six years ago, when I won the Miss International title for the Philippines, it was such a joyous moment for me. Today, I feel like winning another crown, and this time, for best actress. Nothing ever beats the feeling of winning something for your own country because of your own hard work," she said during her acceptance speech.