Stars respond to Easter bombings in Sri Lanka and other lifestyle news to know

NEW YORK, NY – NOVEMBER 14: (EXCLUSIVE COVERAGE) Singer Mariah Carey poses for photo at Heart & Soul at SiriusXM Studios on November 14, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images for Sirius XM)

By: Jade Yong

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Celebrities the world over mourn alongside the nation of Sri Lanka after yesterday’s bombings that took the lives of over 200 people, with an additional 400 people injured. Mariah Carey, M.I.A. and Mindy Kaling are among those to send condolences and prayers after a series of coordinated explosions took place in three churches and three hotels in the country’s capital.

Today’s “Game of Thrones” episode has one particular scene that people are NOT okay with. Fans of a certain favourite GOT character got down and dirty with another fan favourite, and the internet proceeded to respond with a collective meltdown on Twitter. Watch the latest episode that just premiered today, then click on this article and join the party.

Jamie Teo tells us how she stays looking and feeling great. From her exercise regimes, how her diet affected her body, and the pressure that she has been facing from from a public figure, Jamie gets candid with Yahoo! Singapore.

‘The Motown sound’ has been used to the extent of describing a subgenre of hip hop/R&B, and it’s no wonder why that has happened. The label has been kicking it for 60 solid years of music-making, culminating in a star-studded gala tribute concert held yesterday. The 2-hour TV special “Motown 60: A GRAMMY Celebration” features powerful performances from some of the music world’s most celebrated during the event.

Join the mass run this weekend at the Income Eco Run, set to be held on Formula One Pit Building on Sunday 28 April. The run is held with that aim to encourage and raise awareness in playing their part towards in lifestyle of zero waste. Participants will not receive a finisher’s medal nor a T-shirt, and will have to use a single reusable cup for all the drink stations, all in the name of environmental conservation.