If you haven’t heard, CLEO’s Most Eligible Bachelors is currently in full swing and the final event will take place on May 24 at Zouk. Not sure who to vote for? Read about what some of them look for in a partner to get to know them better. Scroll through the gallery to see what they said.
“They should have loyalty and perseverance. Sustaining a relationship can be hard, so learning to compromise and not giving up on each other is important.”
“I like someone who is able to see the positive side in everything. And while they should have their own opinions and values, they should also understand that everyone has their own perspectives and beliefs.”
“They should be modest and have a sense of humour—after all, laughter is the best medicine. I also look for nice eyes, the gateway to one’s soul. I’m a fan of clichés, apparently.”
“I look for someone family-oriented as time with family is important to me. They should also be honest—so we can minimise miscommunication—and happy with a simple lifestyle.”
“Confidence is sexy. Think I’m cute? Come introduce yourself. I won’t care what you’re wearing or how you look like. A forward and open personality is the way to win me over.”
“She should be into fashion because the first thing I look for is a sense of style. And since I’m a DJ, it’ll be a plus point if she’s into the same kind of music as me.”
“I like someone who loves animals as it’s a sign that they’re kind and empathetic. I also appreciate it if they’re tactful and know how to read the room. It’ll be a bonus if she has pretty eyes so I can get lost in them.”
“I have a busy work schedule, so I like someone who’s independent. And since I run a business, I also appreciate someone who’s business-minded. It helps if they’re sporty as I like to do sports activities on a date.”
“I like someone who can communicate well and who is encouraging—they should be able to encourage me when I’m going through tough times.
“I like someone independent and ambitious because they should be able to hold their own and have a plan for the future. It’ll also help if they’re composed and well-groomed.”
“I like an adventurer at heart. I tend to indulge in less-than-conventional pursuits and take things to the extreme, so we can avoid unnecessary disagreements if she shares the same interests. I also find cooking skills very attractive—I’m usually the one whipping up a nice meal but I’d be delighted to take a backseat every now and then.”
“She should be able to take jokes and have manners, particularly since I engage with the elderly a lot. I also like someone academically-inclined, because I’m not, so if I were to have kids, they can inherit their mom’s brains.”