His days as a member of The Hunks may be behind him now, but Diether Ocampo can prove that he can still indulge every woman’s desires. In the newest iWant original movie “Sunday Night Fever” with Nathalie Hart, he will remind his loyal fans as well as introduce to newer viewers the kind of appeal that he brings to a project. To further jog everyone’s memory of the earlier parts of his career, he will be rating and reacting to some throwback photos in this exclusive!

Sporting a floral shirt with a beach hat, Diether was completely surprised by the first picture. It was from the show Bora: The Sons of the Beach which starred The Hunks. He remembered how fun their set was. They also had a young Pia Wurtzbach as part of the show.

Next up was from a fashion show that he did at the Araneta Coliseum. “Ako ba ‘to?” he asked himself. The photo of him on stage featured a shirtless Diether with hard rock abs and toned shoulders. There was also a photo from one of the shows of The Hunks abroad. Bernard Palanca, Piolo Pascual, Carlos Agassi, and Diether seem to be hanging around.

Ano bang ginagawa namin dito?” he said, shocked at seeing their group trying to share one towel. “Pwede namang mag kanya-kanyang tuwalya. Bakit nagse-share pa ng isang tuwalya?” he wondered. Apparently, in their group, Carlos was the one who enjoyed showing skin the most because he worked hard on his physique. “Matindi mag-work out ‘to. Bilib kami sa kanya dahil sa disiplina niya. Magaling talaga siya sa body building. Kami nahawa na lang,” the actor shared.

One of his most recent projects was Bagani where he portrayed the god Apo. “Kapal ng buhok ko dito,” he reacted. Diether recalled how this teleserye allowed him to meet today’s hottest celebrities like Make It With You stars Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil. He felt that a fantasy action series is exactly what the youth wanted nowadays and hoped that there will be a sequel. “Kasi parang open-ended ‘yung ending nito. Pwede siyang i-continue,” he added.

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