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HOT FM 91.3 and Contiki Found Singapore’s HOTTEST BFF

Singapore, 17 May 2014 – HOT FM91.3 and Contiki's first ever Singapore’s Hottest BFF (Best Friends Forever) crowned Chris and Nash as this year's winner.

Christopher Hwang Eu Wei, 22 and Natasha Pillay, 22, walked away with an awesome Contiki12-Day European Discovery to Paris, Amsterdam and Rome worth over $10,000. They also bagged $10,000 Cash Prize, the Ultimate BFF’s retreat at W Singapore at Sentosa Cove worth over $5,000 and $2,000 to spend at Dempsey Hill.

The event, which took place at Mambo Beach Club, came to a conclusion after a fierce six-week competition organised by SPH Radio’s HOT FM91.3.

The contest to find HOT FM91.3’s Singapore Hottest BFF was developed to encourage best friends to understand each other better. Every week, besties are thrown with different types of challenges, be it on-air, online or on-ground which allow them to know each other's strengths and weaknesses and thus, taking their friendship to a different level of understanding. Please find attached the challenges that BFFs have done.

Scores were tabulated including their friends' and fans' support to follow them on various social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Vine. 

The winning besties, Chris and Nash, said:"This experience was both fun and meaningful and we are so glad to have been a part of it! Thank you for giving us the great experience just for being best friends – a gift in itself."

Mr Jamie R Meldrum, Senior Programme Director, said: "Reality Radio is here to stay, and we're all looking forward to doing it again with more fun, more drama, and even bigger prizes!"

The three besties were selected for their fun, dynamic personalities from about 50 video entries received in late March.

Always breaking the monotonies of radio formatting, HOT FM91.3, Singapore’s number one hit music station, continues to strive to bring creativity and zest in Singapore’s radio industry. 

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About SPH Radio Pte Ltd

SPH Radio Pte Ltd operates entertainment stations UFM 100.3 in Mandarin, as well as Kiss92 and HOT FM91.3 in English. 

HOT FM91.3, an English Contemporary Hit Radio (CHR) music station playing new and current top 40 hits targeting listeners under 30, is Singapore's number one Hit music station with a listenership of 333,000 based on the latest Neilsen Radio Dairy Survey 2013 Wave 2. 

Singapore's fastest growing station, Kiss92, launched on 3 September 2012 targets women and families. The station is now number one in share(%) and time spent listening amongst English radio stations, following the latest Neilsen Radio Dairy Survey 2013 Wave 2 results. Kiss92's listenership stands at 485,000. 

UFM 100.3 is a highly-charged Mandarin infotainment station targeting at working professionals aged between 35 – 49 years that is specially catered to their lifestyle. Its creative, lively and engaging delivery style is able to consistently hook listeners on for a far longer period of listening. Program content is designed to cater specifically for the busy individuals with timely updates and discussion on current affairs, health and wellness, financial planning, property investment, communication, lifestyle, music and entertainment. UFM100.3's listenership is 266,000 based on the latest Neilsen Radio Dairy Survey 2013 Wave 2 results.

About Singapore Press Holdings Ltd

Incorporated in 1984, main board-listed Singapore Press Holdings Ltd (SPH) is Asia’s leading media organisation, engaging minds and enriching lives across multiple languages and platforms.SPH has 19 titles licensed under the Newspaper Printing and Presses Act, of which nine are daily newspapers across four languages. On an average day, 3.05 million individuals or 76 per cent of people above 15 years old, read one of SPH's news publications. Beyond print, SPH's suite of digital products includes online editions of newspapers and magazines, as well as mobile applications. Our online products enjoy 360 million page views with 23 million unique browsers every month. Other new media initiatives include AsiaOne,, ST701, Stomp and SPH Razor. SPH has also ventured into book publishing, broadcasting, out-of-home advertising and properties. For more information, please visit