Sunday, September 20, 2020

10 Pinoy Celebrities With Killer Dimples That Will Definitely Make You Melt

10 Pinoy Celebrities With Killer Dimples That Will Definitely Make You Melt


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We can all agree that seeing a person with dimples is attractive especially in males, as much as it is in females. It adds to the good-looking points! It even makes us envious sometimes (sort of).

That small natural indentation on a small part of the flesh of the human body, most notably found in the cheek or the chin, is considered as a mark of beauty in loveliness.

We’ve seen quite a lot of celebrity’s smile, but those who have cute or deep dimples on their cheeks or chins are the ones that make us feel ‘kilig’ the most!

Here are 10 Filipino male celebrities with the most ‘heart-dropping’, most ‘nakakakilig’ dimpled smiles!

1. Alden Richards

Who doesn’t know about the “Pambansang Bae”? Come on! The Kapuso actor, host, model, and recording artist is to die for, especially his dimpled smile!

Before he rose to fame as the “Pambansang Bae” from Eat Bulaga’s famous love team AlDub, Alden was well-known to be the “Pambansang Dimples” too.

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🦂🐫🌵 #DesertSafari

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Who would miss that deep, curved dimple on his cheek?

He starred in GMA’s afternoon soap, Alakdana, in the series Tween Hearts, and in movies My Bebe Love #KiligPaMore, and Imagine You and Me where he was paired with AlDub other half, Maine Mendoza.

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Davao Pa More! 👋🏻😃

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And lately, the actor bagged a silver award at the 2018 New York Festivals for the Docu-drama cateogry wherein he portrayed the role of a Martial Law Activist Bonifacio Ilagan in “Alaala: A Martial Law Special”. Congrats, Pambansang Bae!

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