The 15 finalists of the Miss Universe Singapore (MUS) 2018 pageant were unveiled yesterday on board the Genting Dream luxury cruise ship, and they showed that beauty was more than skin deep.
Among them was a bodybuilder hoping to defy conventional notions of beauty, a pre-school teacher who aims to use the platform to raise awareness of the need for education, and the child of a single mother who wants to fight for more support for single-parent families.
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