Ask the Men: Three CLEO Bach­e­lors Re­veal the Women They Ad­mire

In which we ask three CLEO Bach­e­lors to get can­did.

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“Ev­ery woman in my life is amaz­ing, but if I had to choose one apart from my mum and sis­ter, it would def­i­nitely be Katy Perry. She’s got to be one of the most au­then­tic song­writ­ers in the pop in­dus­try to­day. She taught me to never be afraid of fail­ing, be­cause if you have a dream, you need to go through a jour­ney in or­der to achieve it. I also ad­mire how she stayed true to her vi­sion with her work, but still man­ages to have fun while do­ing it. She’s hum­ble, fil­ial, and just all-round in­spir­ing. It doesn’t hurt that she’s stun­ningly beau­ti­ful as well. She can be my teenage dream any “My god­sis­ter, Ina Awang. She has a beau­ti­ful heart and puts oth­ers be­fore her­self. She’s the sole bread­win­ner of her fam­ily of three, and has been a care­giver to her aged mum for 11 years, af­ter her fa­ther’s pass­ing. Be­sides han­dling her re­spon­si­bil­i­ties at home, she works hard at her job in a theatre com­pany, and worked her way up from a tick­et­ing ex­ec­u­tive to a man­ager in seven years. She’s al­ways ready to lend a lis­ten­ing ear and has helped me, and even my friends, get through breakups or the pass­ing of a loved one.

She’s a shoul­der to cry on and gives re­ally good ad­vice.

She re­ally is one of the most pa­tient, lovely, and lov­ing peo­ple I know.” “Can I say my sis­ter? She’s two years younger than me, and has been through so much since birth. She was born pre­ma­turely, which caused her to have weak legs; that led to a plethora of surg­eries and ther­a­pies to help Maybe it’s her joy­ful na­ture, her walk. but watch­ing her grow up, I re­ally ad­mire how she’s able to find the beauty in life de­spite all those set­backs. She al­ways has a smile on her face.”

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