Hot Female Philippine TV Newscasters
Pretty news anchors make you ignore the bad news they’re reporting, even if it’s about a million people dying from a natural disaster on some third world country or terrorists detonating a nuclear weapon on a major US city. Here’s my list of Philippine TV news anchors who are pure eye candy, in no particular order:
She has a smile that would turn men’s knees into jelly. A lethal combination of beauty & brains, she graduated Magna Cum Laude at De La Salle University. She began her career in TV as one of the co-hosts on GMA-7’s “Unang Hirit” & now hosts “Women’s Desk” & is also a newscaster on “News on Q” on GMA’s QTV.
Her maiden name fits her perfectly because she has the face of an angel. An AB Communications Batch ’00 graduate from Ateneo & a former UAAP courtside reporter, she now hosts QTV’s “Balitanghali” news program & hosts “Art Angel”, an art show on GMA 7. By the way, did I mention that pretty girls with short hair are one of my weaknesses?
Upon seeing this chick the first thing that guys would think is “Whoa!”. A former NCAA courtside reporter & now a sporscaster/weather girl on ABS-CBN’s ANC channel, she has definately come a long way thanks to her exceptional reporting skills(well, having a nice big pair of titties doesn’t hurt either).
This petite girl with a killer smile is a graduate of De La Salle University & hosts “Mornings@ANC” on ABS-CBN’s ANC channel.
Host of GMA’s “Wish Ko Lang” & co-anchors the late-night newscast “Saksi”. On March 19, 2008, she gave birth to twin boys with husband King Reyno, a businessman.
She’s a news anchor of Studio 23’s “News Central”. Ria had her beginnings in television as a roving reporter covering the 60th UAAP Basketball Games in 1997. She covered various basketball leagues since, including the “Nike 3 on 3” Basketball tournament, the PBL, the NCAA, the PBA, and the MBA. She even anchored the 1998 WNBA season. Ria’s hosting stints include shows like “Sports Central”, “Breakfast”, and Cinema One’s “Access”.