The rainy season has already begun, and here’s Bagani star Aiko Climaco heating up our days through her sexy photos, as if it’s still summer. But there’s actually more to her than her beautiful face and figure, which she confidently flaunts through her posts on Instagram, such as the ones that we collated in this gallery.
Keep on reading to learn more interesting things about her.
Those who have been watching ABS-CBN shows avidly in the early 2000s could probably remember her as one of the notable back-up dancers for a now-defunct noontime program of ABS-CBN. In one of her guestings in the late-night talk show Aquino and Abunda Tonight in 2015, she revealed that she was only 16 then, and was originally planning to audition for one of the editions of Pinoy Big Brother.
She was then discovered by Direk Bobot Mortiz, who hired her to be part of the comedy gag show Banana Sundae in 2013. And that opened more doors for her in the industry, which allowed her to develop, hone, and showcase her acting chops. She got cast in a few Kapamilya teleseryes, which included 2018 fantasy-drama series Bagani wherein she played the role of Bebe, who lives in the sea region with the Sofia Andres’ character “Mayari.”
Apart from teleseryes, she also graced the cover of a popular men’s magazines in 2014 and 2015, which also hailed her as one of its 100 Sexiest Woman in the World in the aforementioned years. She also became part of the Star Magic girl group named Star Magic Angels who were faces of the talent agency’s “beauty beyond body” campaign.
As Aiko takes a step back from showbiz in the recent years, a quick go through on her Instagram would give us a glimpse of the happy life that she’s been living. Apparently, she’s been travelling a lot in and out of the country, with Japan as her most frequented place.
By the looks of it, the dancer-actress is utterly enjoying this current phase of her life as she doesn’t only get to spend more time with herself and her loved ones, but to also explore different things and to gain more experiences along the way. Way to go, Aiko!