Disney’s ‘Mulan’ remake trailer releases and other top lifestyle news to know

PHOTO: (Screenshot of 'Mulan')
PHOTO: (Screenshot of 'Mulan')

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:

Disney’s ‘Mulan’ remake trailer releases

Disney has released the trailer for the much awaited remake of Mulan, with Liu Yifei in the titular role. She clinched the role after a search that went worldwide, with other popular stars like Gong Li, Donnie Yen, Jason Scott Lee and Jet Li playing roles from the original 1998 animation. Click to watch the trailer!

Lady Gaga’s Haus Beauty line pictures leaked

Lady Gaga has been back in the headlines in a big way since her A Star is Born performance that won her critical acclaim. The pop star has been hinting at her makeup and skincare line for awhile now, and has even filed to trademark the name “Haus Beauty” in February last year. Now images from her campaign has leaked, with fans praising the star for her natural, untouched look. Keep your eyes peeled for its release, rumoured to happen sometime later this year.

Kendall Jenner dating NBA star Kyle Kuzma

Rumours have been swirling around Kendall Jenner after a “romantic cruise” with a mystery man a week ago. That mystery man has since been revealed to be NBA player Kyle Kuzma on the LA Lakers team. Kendall Jenner last dated Ben Simmons, who was also an NBA player.

Celebrities jump on celebratory wagon for US Women’s Soccer team

The US soccer team just made history after clinching their fourth win in the Women’s World Cup after beating the Netherlands 2-0 yesterday in Lyons, France. Fans of the team were quick to take to social media share the champions’ delight, including celebrities like Ellen Degeneres, Serena Williams, Jessica Chastain, Billie Jean King and Elizabeth Banks amongst others.

Frank Lloyd Wright’s buildings named Unesco Worth Heritage Sites

The Guggenheim Museum im New York is perhaps American architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s most famous buildings. Now the Guggenheim, along with seven other buildings designed by the famous architect, has been selected to be World Heritage Sites by Unesco. This is a first for the United States, in the the field of architecture.