16Sept Fundraiser: Come UndiMsia! Bront Palarae & Nadia Heng


The first two candidates for UndiMsia’s fundraiser Come UndiMsia! have been announced! They are actor Bront Palarae and Miss Malaysia World 2010 Nadia Heng!



A man of many hats. Actor, screenwriter, director and producer. Bront first came to prominence with his portrayal of two characters in Cinta Tsunami. With an uncanny likeness to Johnny Depp, Bront is rather popular with the ladies. His acting prowess was recently recognized when he won the Best Actor award at the 23rd Malaysia Film Festival and also the Anugerah Skrin 2010 (Screen Award 2010) for his performance in Belukar. Follow Bront’s musings on Twitter @Bront_Palarae. Finally, a democracy run by someone who is not only multi-talented but also sizzling hot!

With her long, flowing brown hair and Eurasian looks, Nadia Heng turns more than a few heads wherever she goes. A top student, Nadia graduated as valedictorian of her class and deservedly went on to win the Miss Malaysia World title in 2010. She then represented Malaysia in China for the international title and since then, her days have never been the same. Apart from modelling and emceeing, this multi-talented lass is also a freelance public relations consultant. Known amongst the media and friends to be warm and approachable, she is truly top-class! If your idea of democracy is a beauty with a brain, then look no further. We need better looking leaders anyway. Nadia tweets @nadiaheng.

Two candidates will be announced every day on UndiMsia!’s Facebook page. Stay tuned to find out who they are, and start picking your favourites! Voting begins after the last candidates are announced!

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