Still striking while the iron is hot, Maine Mendoza, known as Yaya Dub, is now in the covers of Meg Magazine. 

It all started when Maine, lovingly known as Menggay to her close friends and family, uploaded her dubsmash videos on Facebook. She usually imitates Kris Aquino and her antics, and she had no idea that her videos will go viral in other social media.

Look:Maine Mendoza on Meg’s Magazine
Soon, her videos reached millions of shares, likes and views, making her famous then as the Dubsmash Queen. According to Maine, she had always wanted to be a celebrity, but she was shy to share her dreams as it seemed to be impossible at the time. She was surprised when Eat Bulaga offered her to be part of the ‘Juan For All, All For Juan’ segment of the GMA’s noontime time.

Her character known as Yaya Dub could only dubsmash and show exaggerated facial expressions, but she was able to add more color in the show. As the camera panned towards Alden Richards, however, Maine could not help but smile shyly at him. This is when the EB staff knew that she seemed to have a crush on Alden.
Look:Maine Mendoza on Meg’s Magazine
The next day, Alden was added in the segment through the split screen monitor. AlDub sensation caught the hearts of Filipinos by storm. In just more than 10 weeks, the two had created a chemistry so irresistible the fans always make the couple trend in Twitter.

Maine’s humble personality added to her charm. Soon, her commercials are seen on TV and her posters as commercial model can be spotted almost everywhere. Her dream had finally come true. She is now endorsing McDonald’s with Alden, O+ with Wally Bayola’s character, Lola Nidora, and 555 sardine. Now, she is in the cover of Meg Magazine’s November Issue photographed by BJ Pascual.

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