Henry's Sister Wins Beauty Pageant All Thanks To The Fans
By Staff Writer | December 02, 2013 10:43 AM EST
With the help of his loving and uber supportive fans, Henry's sister, Whitney Lau, was able to win 3rd place on the Miss Toronto Beauty Pageant 2013. The idol took to his twitter account and said, "my sister got 3rd in the miss toronto beauty pageant thanx to all that supported her! u guys are awesome!"
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Along with the thank you tweet, Henry also thought to share a photo of his sister in her moment of glory as she is crowned 3rd place. Many of the fans were happy to have helped Henry's sister in accomplishing her goals, saying that she deserved to win. The idol's sister looked ethereal, almost, in her teal gown paired with a purple lace, the colors and design look impossibly flattering on the beauty as she stood before the spectators during her win.
The fans also did not forget to show their love and appreciation towards Henry Lau for being more than supportive of his sister, and going to great lengths in order to make sure that she is secured a spot in the final round of the Miss Toronto Beauty Pageant. Many find their relationship to be admirable and very sweet, and were glad to contribute to her win!
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