Cecilia Cheung at Star Awards and other top news of today

Maisie Williams as Arya Stark in ‘Games of Thrones’. (PHOTO: HBO)

By: Jade Yong

Stay up to date with the latest in Lifestyle, Fashion, Entertainment and Celebrity News. Here are your Top 6 of the Day:

SPOILERS ALERT! In typical GoT style, the highly anticipated final season of the cult show premieres today, and everyone is NOT okay. Why did he do that? What’s the real significance in that pivotal moment? We won’t bring you the spoilers here, but click on for an expert’s breaking down of this crucial episode.   

Walt Disney Co. brings on the competition as it announced its new streaming service will be launching in November in the United States, with plans for global expansion subsequently. The service will include “Star Wars” and Marvel superheroes, among other Disney favourites.  

Cecilia Cheung. (PHOTO: Reta Lee/Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore)

Star Awards 2019 celebrated its 25th anniversary over the weekend, and hosted some of Singapore’s biggest talents of today. Singapore’s stars who waltzed and glittered their way down the red carpet included Joanne Peh, Rebecca Lim, Desmond Tan, Fann Wong, Christopher Lee, and international stars like Roger Kwok, Bowie Tsang, Jerry Yan, Wu Jinyan and Blue Lan.

The sporting world is already describing Woods’ win as one of the greatest comebacks in sports history. The golfing legend topped the Masters yesterday, netting his first win in a major championship in 11 years. In those years, instead of golfing wins, Woods dominated the news about his addiction to painkillers – a result from his multiple injuries and surgeries – as well as a very public and messy divorce. He’s reclaimed his story, here’s how he did it.

Writer Dan Diamond who put forth to Twitter: “what’s the best advice your parents ever gave you?” And the internet delivered quality again as people responded. Here are some gems that have stuck with them into adulthood.

In the world of fast fashion, and mass produced furniture, the planet suffers as mountain heaps of discarded trash pile up. Recognising its role in helping reduce waste, the  Swedish giant pushes to go green, as they offer up renting and recycling options to fans of the brand. Here is how Ikea will transition to a circular business by 2030.