The 14 best looking candidates of GE2015
Two days after the election results, people are still going on about the "what ifs".
We serious journalists, too, are asking "what if" - what if we had voted for candidates based on their looks?
These would be our top candidates:
1. Ong Ye Kung (PAP)
Mr Ong Ye Kung is now poised to be parachuted into a ministerial position after Friday's results.
Well, he has clearly been parachuted into my heart. Charismatic, and with the looks to boot, he is one - I mean, another - reason to look forward to Parliament.
2. Chee Soon Juan (SDP)
Dr Chee's rousing speeches turned him into a superstar at rallies - his first in 15 years - and this was clear from the long queues for autographs and selfies after.
3. Tharman Shanmugaratnam (PAP)
If numbers turn you on, DPM Tharman is the man for you. He is probably one of the few men around who can excite you with talk of finances and taxation.
4. Amrin Amin (PAP)
Don't you just want to pinch his cheeks?
5. Daryl David (PAP)
Mr David, you are definitely at the top of my pyramid.
6. Leon Perera (WP)
Perera was a breakout star during the campaign with his rally speeches. Often rousing, yet sensible, he has been praised, with his name even trending on Twitter after rallies. And we are all for that nerdy, scholarly look.
7. Tan Chuan-Jin (PAP)
Mr Tan is a fit, relatable minister who became known, in the last week of hustings, for his "runabouts". He ran straight into our collective hearts. I am currently under the Holland-Bukit Timah GRC. Any chance my area can be included in Marine Parade GRC next elections? I mean... stranger things have happened right?
8. Lim Tean (NSP)
Mr Lim may not be a conventional choice but he has one of the best voices in local politics, and we're sad that we won't hear him at rallies or political debates for a while.
1. Tin Pei Ling (PAP)
A new mother, Ms Tin Pei Ling tops our list because of how classy and sophisticated she has grown over the past four years. After NSP candidate Cheo Chai Chen's sexist comment against her, she issued a graceful response on Facebook that relayed her conviction effectively. That glow of a new mother doesn't hurt either.
2. He Ting Ru (WP)
This Cambridge-educated lawyer has the beauty and the brains. What more do you need from one of WP's more popular candidates?
3. Indranee Rajah (PAP)
Ms Indranee is practically the only person who can pull of that hairstyle for as long as she has. It's a timeless haircut - and well, it suits her.
4. Josephine Teo (PAP)
Sure, she looks awkward punching the air with her firsts - as was seen during Nomination Day. But Ms Josephine Teo makes some great, edgy fashion choices. And well, who can fault a woman for speaking in Hokkien to "speak directly to the grandmas and grandpas".
5. Kevryn Lim (NSP)
Most would remember her for that white dress. But in the later part of the campaign period, Ms Lim showed that she is passionate about several issues including advocating for the rights of single parents. And the fact that she is the face of most of NSP's memorabilia shows just how attractive she is.