SingTel has announced the winner of the SingTel Grid Girls 2010 Finals, which
was held at Shanghai Dolly at Clarke Quay last evening.
Mabel Lau, an 18-year-old student, walked away with $10,000 in cash and the
chance to represent Singapore at the grids. She will have the honour of holding
the Singapore flag at this year’s night race which will be held on 26 September.
Shahnaz, 19, and Kelly Arrow Tan, 22, took second and third place, winning
$5,000 and $3,000 respectively.
The search for the beautiful ladies who will flag off this year’s race began in April
and almost 300 girls signed up to vie for one of 51 spots on the starting grid. 12
girls were eventually selected as finalists to vie for the top spot.
The 12 ladies at the Crowning Party, hosted by Soo Kui Jien and Melody Chen,
showed their wit and ability to think on their feet as they were put through a
series of question-and-answer segments. They also put up entertaining dance
performances in their mini groups which divided the girls into three groups of
The results were determined by a combination of votes and a panel of four
judges – Mobile Communication Director, LG, Augustine Lim, model and host Ms
Junita Simon, fashion director Mr Daniel Boey and Chief of Content and Media
Services, SingTel, Mr Edward Ying.
All 51 SingTel Grid Girls will be on the track on race day, guiding the drivers to
their cars and adding more than a touch of glamour to the event. For more
details, please visit www.singtelrace.com.
All videos chronicling the ‘SingTel Grid Girls’ from auditions to challenges are
available on-demand free-of-charge to all mio TV customers.