It was a good thing I didn’t cut class last Wednesday, September 24, as Cosmo University revealed the Dean’s List for this year’s Cosmo Bachelor Bash. With attendance nearly perfect, bachelors from the centerfold, as well as Cosmo University’s alumni, walked down the ramp wearing mostly underwear, while boasting well-chiseled pecs and rock-hard abs.
Sponge Cola at the Cosmo Bachelor Bash 2013
Callalily at the Cosmo Bachelor Bash 2013
The program opened with Sponge Cola and Callalily. Sizzling and exotic-looking models from the co-sponsors of Cosmo Bachelor Bash 2013 made appearances on the stage as well. These included CK Eye Wear, Antonov, Century Tuna, and Kojie San. Some of them even played games with lucky ladies chosen from the audience. Markki Stroem performed a solo and made everyone drool. Ladies and beckies alike went wild as the bachelors emerged one by one. World Trade Center undoubtedly became a massive room full of sighs, squeals, and consistent screams.
Before I get to the best part, which is to show off drool-worthy pictures of the smoking-hot Cosmo Centerfolds, first let me show you something very intriguing. I noticed upon watching that many of the bachelors had look-alikes. These are some of the ones I found, and who knows? There could have been more.
1. Shia LeBouf. The resemblance is remarkable.
2. Edward Cullen. The only thing left to convince me that this was Edward was if he sparkled.
3. Steve Aoki. A buffer version of Steve Aoki, anyone?
4. Ron Weasley. Aside from Cedric Diggory, we also have a Ron Weasley!
The night heated up when Cosmo Bachelor Bash Alumni surprised the audience, like:
And now, for the part you’ve all been waiting for, feast your eyes on some of the Cosmo Bachelor Bash 2013 Centerfolds!
JC De Vera
From Candy Cutie to Cosmo Bachelor, Sam Concepcion
Cosmo Bachelor Bash 2013 was a lot bigger and sexier, which is no surprise why World Trade Center was filled to the brim.
Cosmopolitan Magazine really outdid themselves this time. To see the full lineup of this year’s hottest hunks, grab the September issue for only Php 150.