Singaporean contestant in Apprentice Asia: No shame in finishing second
One day after losing to her Filipino competitor Jonathan Allen Yabut in the finale of the reality television series The Apprentice Asia, Singaporean contestant Andrea Loh said that "there is no shame in coming in second".
Speaking to Life! over the phone from Manila, where she is on tour with the reality show contestants, Loh said: "It is a very bitter disappointment, but I am very proud to have made it to this stage. I definitely have regrets, but at this point I feel that it would almost be ungrateful to complain."
The 25-year-old civil and commercial litigation lawyer was the youngest contestant on the show and the only Singaporean representative.
The 11-episode reality show is a Asian spin-off of the American reality show helmed by celebrity real estate developer Donald Trump where business entrepreneurs compete against one another in tasks for an apprenticeship under the business magnate, with one contestant being eliminated in each weekly episode.