I just got back from 1-Utama for the Malaysian Dreamgirl Finale and I'm so tired after a long day of work but I'm going to quickly write something about the finale.
Just about almost everyone who's anyone was there... well okay maybe I'm exaggerating a little but a lot of great people were there.
Pinkpau for example.
some of my buddies from Mindshareand I even met a few people whom I think read my blog including this girl.
Heck even Ming was down from Singapore and went for it.
The Finale started with a really good opening with all 11 of the 12 finalists walking out on to the stage. Their presence was met with a loud cheer from the audience that ranged all around the stage and all the way up to the 3rd and 4th floor of 1-Utama.
I loved the way it started.. the music, the contestants gave the stage so much energy and life.
Not to mention the many many photographers there. Heck I felt so small with my compact digicam.
I mean check out this dude's camera.
It's almost as long as my...
Anyway, the event program included some fashion shows with one by one of the girls coming out to showcase the many designer outfits.
I thought Nadia looked great
and Ringo here... damn she was so hot that night if you guys could only have seen it in person.
Fast forward to the elimination which was what everyone that night was waiting for.
Here's how it went... everyone basically thought that Hanis was going to win the event because heck... she had an entire group of supporters all screaming for her every time she appeared. I'm sure both Adeline and Cindy had their fair share of supporters but perhaps they weren't as vocal as Hanis's .
Elaine Daly first decided to announce the 2nd runner up of Malaysian Dreamgirl and it turned out to be... HANIS.
I could see the number of shocked faces in the crowd and people like Mehlin over here didn't exactly have the biggest smile on her face :P
Hanis herself was shocked to bits.
She tried her very best to hide her disappointment but as she was walking back to Cindy and Adeline, her face showed.. she was disappointed and upset that she didn't win.
I took a look around and even at the group of Hanis supporters standing right beside me. They were all suddenly silent with a disappointed look on their face.
Then it came the time to decide the winner of Malaysian Dreamgirl, either Adeline or Cindy. Elaine then called out Adeline as the 1st runner up and Cindy as the winner of Malaysian Dreamgirl.
I didn't see any immediate burst of joy from Cindy, though it did come in a few minutes later. My guess was that she was if anything, surprised and as shocked as anyone could ever get.Even up to the point they gave her the big key to the Nissan Latio she had won, I didn't think the whole truth of the matter had sunk in properly to her yet.But eventually she opened up and she was filled with joy and with good reason. She was going to walk home with RM20,000, a Nissan Latio worth RM100,000, some other gifts here and there and be on the cover of Newman magazine.
Congratulations to Cindy for being the first Malaysian Dreamgirl.
Some people say that Cindy's famous father had a lot to do with her success. Well in my opinion, whether or not he helped in voting or even with all those phone conversations he had with her... that is one helluva Dad!
To the other girls, especially to my buddy Ringo... don't be disheartened, that's 12 of you who made it.. out of the 500 people who auditioned. You were all winners since the first episode.
And to the people at Capxion Media, congratulations on making such a successful online reality TV series. I'm gonna miss watching MDG every Thursday and Saturday.