06 May '11, 2pm

Wong Kim Hoh accosts Singapore's most famous SPG Barbarella and asks her what she thinks of the General Election

Wong Kim Hoh accosts Singapore's most famous SPG Barbarella and asks her what she thinks of the General Election

IT'S Cooling Off Day, time for some comic relief. Tongue firmly in cheek, Wong Kim Hoh accosts Singapore's most famous sarong party girl Barbarella and asks her what she thinks of the General Election. She is partial to white, white men that is. In fact, Barbarella is so addicted to them that she refuses to divulge her real Chinese surname, preferring to adopt those of the Caucasians she lusts after. She's now Barbarella Prince Harry, she was Barbarella Posh Beckham and Barbarella Wayne Rooney not too long ago. The president of the SPG (Sarong Party Girls), she is one of actress Michelle Chong's several incarnations on The Noose, the comedy series which airs on Channel 5 every Tuesday at 8.30pm. Chong's other beloved characters on the show include beleagured Filipino domestic helper Letitia, and Lulu, a limelight-seeking KTV lounge hostess from China. Like every Singaporea...

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