By: Jade Yong
Stay up to date with the latest in Lifestyle, Fashion, Entertainment and Celebrity News. Here are your Top 5 of the Day:
Singapore is a nation of foodies, so when the Jewel Changi opened its doors to the public, it was only a matter of time before food becomes a focus. From local delights to regional, and unique flavours from greater Asia, find out what to indulge in, to tantalise the taste buds and keep appetites satiated.
On 20-22 September this year, fans of the Singapore GP can expect a new race and music experience to captivate the senses. A hotspot area named The Cube, will provide clear views of the stage area, with headlining acts happening at The Padang. The music headliners announced so far include Swedish House Mafia on Friday, Muse and Cardi B on Saturday, and Red Hot Chili Peppers and Fatboy Slim on Sunday.
Yesterday we woke up to the news that the Notre Dame, one of the world’s most beloved architectural treasures in Paris, had caught fire and centuries of history was lost forever over the eight hour blaze. Within 24-hours, the French government sprung to action and President Macron has vowed to have Notre Dame rebuilt, while business leaders have started pledging funds towards its restoration.
Carice van Houten and Conleth Hill both play cold, scheming characters – Melisandre and Varys – on Game of Thrones. When Yahoo! Lifestyle Singapore met them in London, they revealed insider stories about what they brought to the characters – including a certain message from writer George R. R. Martin – and which iconic scene made Carice cringe.
Sophie Turner got candid during Dr Phil’s podcast about her own struggle with depression. The star revealed her battle with her weight and resulting criticism on social media, as well as her own thoughts of suicide. She opened up her dark days, crediting best friend Maisie Williams and fiance Joe Jonas for helping her heal.