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.

CLEO (Malaysia) - - @PLAY -

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

Cr [\C ] r?” BNה

16, Ia Cהag."

#

176

CLEO.COM.MY JUNE 2014

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.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Malaysia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.