So Cheryl Tay won. She looks, I don't know, safe. Will safe cut it at the international level?
I watched the question-and-answer session for the five finalists finalists (that's two finalists, because the show was the finals of the pageant, which comprised of 18 contestants, and that number was whittled down to five). The question was: "What do you think is the greatest strength and greatest weakness of a woman?" I missed the first contestant, who was Yvonne Lim, so I don't know how she answered. And I caught the tail end of Natasha Riard's answer, so I don't know how she fared either.
Rebecca Lim crashed and burned, with lots of "ums" and "ahs" with no coherent answer. May Ng answered rather intelligently while looking beautiful. And Cheryl Tay thought that the greatest strength and greatest weakness are the one and same thing, when the other contestants gave two answers. Admittedly, the question wording was vague. Unfortunately, she didn't make her answer sound convincing.
Okay, so I'm no prophet. Besides, I based my ratings on the glamour photos released by MediaCorp. The contestants most likely appeared much differently on television.