Agot Isidro may be 46, but she sure doesn't look it! The actress-singer displayed her fab figure during the cover shoot for Women’s Health’s August 2012 issue, where she proved that when it comes to aging gracefully, she is certainly in top fighting form.

Agot was a breath of fresh air during the shoot, which was held at Enderun Colleges in Taguig. She wasn't shy about cracking jokes, sharing stories, and even goofing around. She arrived wearing a simple black shirt and pants, but when it was time to get dolled up, she gamely posed in a variety of outfits, all chosen by top stylist Sidney Yap.


Sidney told FN he wanted Agot to wear “something fresh, light, and airy,” and it was evident in the clothes he picked. The inside shots had the star wearing a mix of sweet frocks in delicate fabrics, as well as edgy, sexy dresses that showcased her fit bod. As for the cover shots, he had Agot in stylish workout gear that showed off her curves while remaining age-appropriate.

Scroll through the gallery to see a few of the outfit picks for the shoot!


To see which outfits made it to the pages of the magazine, grab a copy of Women's Health’s August 2012 issue, out on stands now! You can also subscribe to the magazine's digital edition.

Also in this issue:

5 Top Tips to Heart Health
Amazing at Every Age: No Fillers or Face-Freezing Required
Secrets of Olympic Athletes

Check out Female Network’s exclusive behind-the-scenes photos from Agot’s cover shoot here.

(Photos by Mike Dee)

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