Why is it that after a rampant Tinder swiping spree, you still can’t find a decent guy to go out with? Is finding someone smart, good-looking, funny, and isn’t a total creep truly impossible?
Call the folks at Town & Country millionaire matchmaker, because they’ve searched high and low to bring you an all-new list of the nation’s finest single men. From an ex-Pinoy Big Brother housemate to the son of your potential future president, let us know who makes your heart skip a beat.
The 23-year-old son of Sen. Grace Poe is a CNN Philippines field reporter who graduated from the Ateneo de Manila University with a degree in Political Science. He also worked as his mother’s campaign coordinator when she ran for Senate in 2013. Brian also once aspired to be an actor and TV host like his late grandfather, Fernando Poe Jr., as he took on a role in the comedy musical Filemon Mamon.
A copywriter by profession, Niccolo finds more than one way to flex his creative muscle in delivering witty lines. Having played the roles of Aladdin’s Genie and know-it-all gay boyfriend on stage, we all know you’re secretly hoping he’d say yes to being your real life Prince Charming, too.
Michael Marcos Manotoc
If you find yourself alone at Finders Keepers, best hope to run into this guy whose got a ton of stories to last you through rounds of F*K martinis. Mike, son of Imee Marcos and Tommy Manotoc and brother of Borgy, is an associate at Sycip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan Law who grew up in Singapore and Portugal while his family was in exile. You can’t get more interesting than that.
The 23-year-old son of Alphaland Corporation CEO Bobby Ongpin is a music enthusiast who loves hanging by the beach—Balesin to be exact, which his dad happens to own, too, FYI.
Pinoy Big Brother Teen Clash 2010 big winner and Century Tuna Superbod James can easily make girls swoon with his sexy vocal abilities and his suave dance moves. How can anyone look so damn cute even after falling off stage? We love you, James!
Paolo is the first Filipino to graduate with a masters of law in environmental law and policy from Stanford Law School, an adviser in the House of Representatives’ Committee on Climate Change, and an avid mountaineer. With that, we’re sure your mom, titas, and lolas will approve.
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Photos by Jinggo Montenejo (Llamanzarez and Manotoc), JC Inocian/Courtesy of Red Turnip Theater (Manahan), Geric Cruz and Geloy Concepcion (Ongpin), Gabby Cantero (Villonco), and Jake Verzosa/Courtesy of Men’s Health (Reid), and @jaye.wolf on Instagrm.