2011 Miss Hong Kong Pageant: First Round Interviews
The 2011 Miss Hong Kong Pageant first round of interviews was held yesterday. The quality of women were poor and several odd-looking applicants attended, such as “Long Haired Wong Cho Lam,” “Mandarin Duck G Cup ” and “Whiskers Woman. ” An applicant who resembled Li Bingbing forgot to zipper the back of her dress and grabbed media attention.
In recent years, the Miss Hong Kong pageant has been accused of producing a worsening quality of contestants. The 2010 Miss Hong Kong winner, Toby Chan, was criticized for being a “pork chop.” Yesterday, 82 applicants entered TVB to meet with executives, Virginia Lok, Stephen Chan, Lee Man Shueng, Chen Wai Ying, and the Miss Hong Kong pageant producer, Ho Siu Wai. The second round of interviews will take place next week. Although there were a large number of applicants, unfortunately the quality was more shocking than pleasing. There were few true beauties at the event.
Many applicants appeared in low-cut attire to showcase their figures and make a lasting impression. One woman boosted her chest to produce a G-cup effect, rivaling Jolin Tsai. Although the effect was attention-grabbing, the applicant had oddly different sized eyes. Other applicants attempted various tricks to stand out from the crowd. An applicant resembling Li Bingbing was reasonably attractive and wore an elegant gray dress, however, she forgot to zipper the back of her dress! “Blind Girl in Shades,” Chung Man Yan mistook the different colored carpeting for a stage. When she raised her leg to climb the invisible stage, the audience laughed.
“Long Haired Wong Cho Lam” Most Memorable
Among the odd looking applicants, there were several women who resembled less attractive versions of celebrities. A twenty-year-old beauty, known as Apple, was somewhat chubby, which detracted from her appearance. The media nicknamed her as “Sensual Stephy Tang.” Apple was accompanied by her friends and family in a 7 passenger vehicle.
One applicant known as Miss Ma possessed thick eyebrows. She was friendly until reporters asked whether she had shaved her whiskers prior to attending the interview. Miss Ma grimaced and walked away. In addition, “Long Haired Wong Cho Lam” and “MK Girl” also left lasting impressions.
Source: The Sun
Jayne: The media tends to publish photos of the non-attractive women at the first round of interviews for shock value. We’ll see the true quality of the Miss Hong Kong contestants at the Meet the Press event in a few weeks! I actually thought 3 of the applicants looked good.