MDG 2 Closed Auditions: Interviews

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Malaysian Dream Girl is back! The MDG 2 Closed Auditions were held today and I dropped by Tune Hotel to rendezvous with Jerad of Capxion Media and the 25 short listed candidates. That is Dawn pimping my blogger card – I think a lot of people are rooting for her. ;) The girls were checking into the hotel before heading to Capxion Media’s studio for the Final 12 to be chosen.

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I ended up driving 4 of the MDG 2 candidates and nearly got horrible lost, if not for Jerad being kind enough to stop by the roadside to allow me to tailgate the entourage. I keep on forgetting to get a Touch n’Go card and I’m always last out of the tollbooth coz I had to use the cash lane. Debra was there to cover the MDG 2 closed auditions as well.

I managed to interview:

laina

Liana

acha

Acha

annabelle

Annabelle

farah

Farah

pinky

Pinky

dawn

Dawn

…check out the full post at the official MDG 2 blog.

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