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Mark Neumann Admits Being Starstrucked By Sarah Geronimo

Mark Neumman, TV5 talent and a part of "Artista Academy" said he was starstrucked when he saw Yes! Magazine's Most Beautiful Star of 2014, Popstar Princess Sarah Geronimo.

This was the first time Mark became a part of the 100 Most Beautiful list, and he did not deny that Sarah has been his longtime crush. He also admitted that he finds morena girls more beautiful than mestiza ones.

"Tama nga sila, malakas ang dating niya—she’s a beautiful person talaga and she deserves to be called as such."

Aside from Sarah, she's also smitten by Iza Calzado, who he also saw for the first time in the said event. Mark said, though, that Iza's and Sarah's beauty are different, and he still finds Sarah the more beautiful of the two.

He lived and worked in London for a long time. There, he met a lot of girls with the same physical attributes as Iza. No matter where you look there, you'll find someone who resembles Iza.

Mark said he has gotten used already to Caucasian girls. He prefers Pinay beauties. He's very particular about Sarah because she's not only beautiful, but also very simple and carries herself well.

One of his wishes is to work with Sarah in the future. In fact, he doesn't even aim to be her leading man. He just wants to work with her in a project. Mark said he always watches her movies.

He is still in contract with TV5 for two years, so he is sure it will be a long shot before he is allowed to work with the Popstar Princess. "Pero who knows po, baka biglang magkaroon ng milagro at matupad ang matagal ko nang wish."

For now, Mark is busy with his show, "Tropa Mo Ko Unli." He was last seen in "Confession of a Torpe" with Ogie Alcasid and the TV movie "Lady Next Door" with Alice Dixson.

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