Seniors do the catwalk with Manhunt finalists

The show was among several activities organised by voluntary welfare organisation Montfort Care to get otherwise isolated seniors out of their flats to mingle with others and keep fit.
The show was among several activities organised by voluntary welfare organisation Montfort Care to get otherwise isolated seniors out of their flats to mingle with others and keep fit.PHOTO: MONFORT CARE
The show was among several activities organised by voluntary welfare organisation Montfort Care to get otherwise isolated seniors out of their flats to mingle with others and keep fit.
The show was among several activities organised by voluntary welfare organisation Montfort Care to get otherwise isolated seniors out of their flats to mingle with others and keep fit.PHOTO: MONFORT CARE

SINGAPORE - With their arms interlocked, Manhunt finalist Zane Lee, 27, and senior citizen Carol Goh Lay Khon strutted their stuff on stage as they did a catwalk together at an open space in Marine Terrace on Saturday (June 23).

The atmosphere was electric with the crowd, comprising mainly of 200 seniors who live alone in nearby rental flats, cheering loudly.

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