Missed me in The Straits Times?

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The Straits Times
15 February 2011 

 

I was interviewed over the phone in the late afternoon for this and I was to send in photo that they could use. However, I had to go for a photoshoot with the Lexus IS-F that I couldn”t send the photos to Straits Times until about 9pm at night. By then, the reporter had already submitted the story and a file photo was selected.

 

This photo they used was taken back in December 2009 when My Paper interviewed me! I thought I looked weird in this picture, don’t you think so too? It looks a bit distorted. First thing in the morning when I woke up I asked for the papers and seeing this photo jolted me out of bed instantly. :(

 

Nonetheless, I like the article and thank you ST Sports for supporting me and my cause!

 

To all the ladies who have submitted their interest to me, I really look forward to receiving confirmation of your attendance as I am so excited about this!

 

For those who are still contemplating, don’t hesitate anymore, you can always register interest first and if you are not available on that date, there’ll be the next month and the month after next month and the month after the month after next month… Alright you get me.

 

I can’t wait for next Friday!

Cheryl Tay

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