Rebecca Lim, Stefanie Sun and Fann Wong are in the running this year for TNP's Babe of the Year award. Check out these babes who made us do double takes. Who will take home the prize?
Will reluctant babe win again?
She bagged Babe of the Year back in 2011.
This year, the 1.67m-tall local actress has been nominated again, in the same category.
The down-to-earth 28-year-old said: "It's always very flattering to be nominated. I won it once and I think I can never get used to people calling me babe."
Looking back on 2014, Lim - who has a leading role in Channel 5 drama Mata Mata 2 - agreed that she has had "a very good year".
At the Star Awards in April, she was named Best Supporting Actress for playing a thrice-divorced senior sales manager in the Channel 8 blockbuster The Dream Makers.
On top of that, she took home her third consecutive Top 10 Most Popular Female Artistes award at the ceremony.
She was also nominated in the Best Actress category for her dual roles in drama series Sudden, where she played both a naive lawyer and her cunning twin sister.
But she lost that to veteran actress Chen Liping.
The year marked the comeback of Mandopop queen Stefanie Sun.
The 36-year-old homegrown superstar returned to the scene with her 12th album Kepler in February, and has not stopped working since.
She embarked on her Kepler world tour, performing to sell-out crowds in China, Taiwan and Hong Kong.
And like Fann Wong, she's looking better than ever.
Her concert under the iconic dome of the new National Stadium in July attracted more than 20,000 people, showing that her popularity has not waned, even after she took a three-year hiatus to get married and give birth to a son.
Yummy mummy, oh so sexy
Local Ah Jie and Flame Awards favourite Fann Wong is the epitome of the label "hot mama".
The 43-year-old actress hogged headlines every other month this year after she and her actor-husband Christopher Lee revealed in February that they were expecting their first child after five years of marriage.
All while looking just as gorgeous as she did before getting pregnant.
She went on to appear on the cover of Her World magazine's May issue in a cleavage-baring outfit when she was four months pregnant.
In July, Wong created a buzz online when she released sexy photos of herself with only a royal-blue cloth draped across her chest and hips. She was eight months pregnant with her son Zed.
She had described the daring photoshoot as "liberating", telling TNP then: "It's a bold move for me, but I was willing to do it as it was done very stylishly."
After giving birth, Wong managed to revert to her pre-pregnancy figure swiftly, dropping from 70.5kg to 53kg within three months.