A hot TNP Courts Big Walk
Join us at the Big Walk next Saturday and see if you can spot some of the hunks who will be working up a sweat at the zoo
The New Paper Courts Big Walk this year is going to be hot and it is not just because of the afternoon start.
Participants will get to walk with Beam Artistes hunks like VJ-actor and former model Adrian Jalaludin, actor Richard Herrera and Manhunt Singapore 2015 winner Muhammad Fuad.
Adrian is the host of Super Senior, an TV series on StarHub Super Sports Arena which will air on Dec 5.
The series is about senior citizens who do sports like dragon boat racing, muay thai, wushu and karate.
Adrian will meet the senior citizens, get a taste of their training regime and challenge them in an activity that is related to the sport they do.
He said he has "broken a few bones" for the show.
Former model Adrian Jalaludin. PHOTO: NSTP
"I always try to keep fit and maintain my stamina, but when it came to challenging these senior citizens, I struggled," he said with a laugh.
"They still kick butt because they have the stamina, heart and desire to remain fit."
The show has motivated him to stay healthy and fit - one of the reasons he signed up for the Big Walk.
Adrian, who will turn 31 the day after the Big Walk, said: "It will be a really unique way to celebrate my birthday."
Herrera, who played a terrorist in Ah Boys To Men 2, will reunite with co-stars Joshua Tan and Maxi Lim during at the Big Walk.
The 37-year-old said: "It is fantastic to be able to meet Joshua and Maxi. I would love to see them again.
"I always see their photos on Instagram. They now have long and crazy hairstyles and stylish outfits, they are almost unrecognisable."
Herrera has recently finished filming for Dick Lee's biopic Wonder Boy, which is due next year.
He plays an executive producer who encourages Lee to make his first album.
He said: "The role is different from what I normally do. Most of the scenes I had were really intense scenes because my character is a very passionate guy."
Another participant who will be turning up the heat at the Big Walk is 26-year-old Fuad, who recently represented Singapore in Manhunt International 2016 in Shenzhen, China.
Manhunt Singapore 2015 winner Muhammad Fuad. PHOTO: BEAM ARTISTES
He said: "I was elated when I found out that I won Mr Physique because I worked so hard for it and I had something to bring back for Singapore.
"I called my parents to tell them about it, but because my cousins had been watching the live streaming of the competition on Facebook, they already told my parents the results before I could."
Fuad plans to take a break from rigorous exercise regimes and strict diets.
He said: "I am just chilling and taking a break from intense workouts. It got rather depressing having to eat chicken every day."
But Fuad is looking forward to breaking a sweat at the Big Walk.
"I have heard about it, but have never taken part before, so I thought, 'Why not try something new?'"
Saturday, Nov 26, 2pm
Singapore Zoo and Night Safari
Register online at www.tnpbigwalk.sg
Today to Sunday, noon to 8pm
Register and collect your goodie bag at:
- Courts Orchard 228, Orchard Road
- Courts Megastore 50, Tampines North Drive 2
- A Harley-Davidson Street 750 motorcycle worth $17,000
- A total of $28,000 worth of lucky draw prizes
Courts Megastore 10th Anniversary logos will be planted along the route of The New Paper Courts Big Walk. Count the total number of logos you spot, go to Courts Megastore and answer the question correctly to redeem a FREE goodie bag.