I’m a Hot Bod! :p

Written by Cheryl Tay on . Posted in Cheryl Tay Blog | Blog Post of Cheryl Tay

Two days ago, I was in the The Sunday Times’ Hot Bods feature in the Sports section along with Ryan Sage, co-founder of Formula Drift. This was planned to be featured on the same weekend as Formula Drift Singapore.


Btw, this was arranged by the PR agency and no I didn’t send my own name in, just in case you are wondering! I wish I hadn’t put on the 5kg over the last one year, but that would have made me underweight.


Actually, I don’t consider myself as a hot bod.. If my tummy was flatter with more defined abs, smaller thighs and ass, and bigger boobs, then yes that might bring me closer to being a hot bod. :p


Ryan arrived in Singapore on Thursday and went to the gym! And just before it was his turn to shoot, he did some push-ups, haha! I went jogging and karting on Wednesday after arriving home from Japan, as well as did Bikram Yoga on Thursday. Before the shoot, I did some crunches too but that didn’t seem to work… :( Maybe I shouldn’t have eaten breakfast right before the shoot too… :( :( :(


Girls are usually sensitive about their weight but I think it’s fine; it’s part of the shoot right! 


The shoot for this was done at Formula Drift Singapore (on Friday when it was closed to public) but there were still enough people around to feel embarrassed!


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