Marian Rivera definitely has one of the most beautiful faces in show business. Though she is already in a relationship with actor Dingdong Dantes, many men all over the country couldn't help but fall for her.

When asked the actress if there was ever a time when a man had been tempted by her beauty, she says that it should be up to the lady to act accordingly. “Alam n’yo, ang mga guys kasi, hindi mo naman sasabihin na, ‘Wag n’yo akong titingnan. Wag kayong magkakagusto sa akin,’” Marian was quoted as saying in the article. “Alam n’yo, nasa babae na ‘yan kung paano mo iha-handle at iiwasan ang ganoong sitwasyon. Lalo na kapag taken na, alam mo dapat kung saan ka lulugar (You know, with guys, you can’t tell them, ‘Don’t look at me. Don’t fall for me.’ You know, the girl should know how to handle and avoid these situations. Especially if you're already taken, you should know where you stand.).”

Marian also says that she doesn’t really mind the men vying for her attention, especially since she is currently off the market. “Ok lang… As long as wala akong ginagawang masama at hindi ko binabalik ang anumang ipinapakita nila sa akin. Normal lang naman sa isang lalaki na humanga sa isang babae (It’s okay… As long as I don’t do anything wrong and that I don’t return whatever feelings they have for me. It’s normal for a man to admire a woman.)”

She also says that above all, she wants men to respect her. “Malaki kasi ang respeto sa akin ng mga lalaki—yun lang ang maipagmamalaki ko,” she said. “Kahit ma-tempt sila, may respeto sila sa akin (Men respect me a lot–that’s one thing I’m proud of. Even if they get tempted, they still respect me.).”

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