GOOD BOYS GONE BAD
They came and they conquered the CLEO 50 Most Eligible Bachelors 2014. Presented by Nivea and Nivea Men, co-sponsored by Redken alongside partners: FlyFM, 8TV, Golden Screen Cinemas and Prodigy KL.
Every year, the CLEO team sits down to interview hundreds of potential Bachelors. Apart from smouldering good looks (duh), this year, they were handpicked for their bad-boy sex appeal and confidence; we were on high alert for badass boys. What's a badass, you ask? Well, he needs to be an outstanding individual in his own way. That guy who's a badass would still be one even if he's wearing a polka-dotted tutu. Maybe not quite as intimidating, but still a badass. In a nutshell, "badassery" is a state of mind. Here are snippets of what went down at this year's
CLEO 50 Most Eligible Bachelors:
Bachelor #34, Alex
Ng styles his hair like a pro using Redken.
Smile for the camera! Bachelor #36, Shannon Toh.
“Damn, I look good!” Bachelor #19, Derrick Lim. “S5uld I pYZ H
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Bachelor #3, Syeriff Hafizam looks macho while getting
his game-face on. BNהC r # 9 PQ De RT !Us פNe.
Bachelor #49, Sean Shariff got Anbreen super excited.