"I was a 21-year-old student when a talent scout urged me to sign up for the
competition. I was initially hesitant, as I didn't have any experience or
confidence in modelling. But by God's grace, everything fell into place," said
Hannah, who is blessed with dazzling hazel coloured eyes, a slim figure and
long, dark brown hair. Her exotic features come from her mixed parentage
Chinese and Kelabit.
Soon after the competition, Hannah began receiving offers to model for
magazines, billboards and TV advertisements.
She sounded enthusiastic when she spoke about the show and is eagerly awaiting
future recordings as the upcoming season has a lot of interesting topics to
offer. Although the series is more challenging than Girl's Club, Hannah is
geared up for it. She said, "Girl's Club was scripted and its content focused
on everything that might interest today's modern woman."
According to Hannah, the upcoming season promises to be more exciting,
contemporary and upbeat. It will cater to a wider audience and the topics
discussed will be more accessible.
"Basically, people from all walks of life can tune in to the show. It's more
tangible, lifestyle-based and not too technical."
Hannah confessed that she has a tough time juggling her professional career
with modelling and TV. Although work consumes a large portion of her time, she
is enjoying every moment of it. "It can be tiring and it can get frantic at
times but it's the passion that keeps me going, hopefully," said Hannah, whose
hobbies include singing, cooking, go-kart racing, fishing and horseback riding.
Apart from having her hands full with work and hosting, Hannah fervently awaits
the day when she will be able to release her very own debut English album. The
multi-talented young woman has written a few tracks and hopes to clinch a
recording contract with the right label. She plans to come up with an
alternative contemporary album with touches of fusion jazz.
"I've got lots of dreams and ideas. I am also planning to venture into acting,
too. I've already tried modelling and TV hosting so it would be an experience
dabbling in a local sitcom!" she said.
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