Hennessy Artistry Penang May 2013 Press Conference
Not many things can get me out of bed at 6.00am after a night of partying at Zouk Club KL. Fortunately Hennessy was a big enough reason to drag myself out of bed, pick up Naomi and head over to the Subang Skypark (fortunately only 10 mins away from my house) on 25 May 2013 to catch a flight to Penang for Hennessy Artistry!
Flight got delayed so good thing we booked the first flight to Penang actually but eventually we got there and made our way over to G Hotel where we were staying and also where the press conference was held.
A welcome sight at the hotel at 10.30am
Woo hoo! Hennessy V.S.O.P at 10.30am in the morning! Decided to add it to my coffee making it French coffee!
Surprisingly the girls were awake and excited. Must be because they got to meet Andy Murphy and 24 Herbs in person.
Finally the press conference began, and the first two artistes introduced were Andy Murphy and Nicole Chen.
The ladies were swooning over Andy while my attention was on Nicole.
She obliged for a pic as she remembered me from our last meeting in Vertigo sometime last year
Group pic of all the artistes. 24 Herbs were actually very friendly and funny unlike most celebs who are stuck up. They have funny nicknames for each other and didn’t mind making fun of themselves and happily answered all our questions. I was so impressed! (I was to be more impressed later at the party when they totally rocked the stage)
We made some new friends in Penang. That’s Shelyn on the right who I recruited to join Malaysia’s Hottest Bloggers.
Nicole Chen with the sexy MC Julie Woon who also hosted the party later that night.
After the press conference we checked in to G Hotel for some much needed R&R before the party!
I was so tired from the party the night before that I headed back to the room for a nap after a quick lunch. After all it was going to be a happening night and I needed to replenish my energy level!
Look out for my post on the party coming soon!
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