Netizens couldn't help but fawn over 12-year-old Brittany in a rare photo of her with her famous parents
Pakho Chau has no plan for a baby, Ava Liu is getting married, Stephanie Cheng to focus on music
The actress says she has to gain 20 pounds in the beginning of her new movie, and then regain her original figure
Korean pop groups EXID, JBJ and B1A4 got the crowd screaming during their performances at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Wednesday night (21 Feb). They were part of Stargram’s 2018 Launch K-Pop show, together with violinist Eugene Park, classical singer Kwak Dong-hyun and dance group Optical Crew. Stargram coin is a cryptocurrency that can be used to purchase selected content, such as certain celebrity-related fan items. Fans can purchase tickets, special albums, items from affiliated shops and enjoy concert and fan-meeting privileges using these coins. For more photos, check out this slideshow: K-pop groups EXID, JBJ and B1A4 rock crowd at Singapore Indoor Stadium . Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
Singaporean model and TV host Denise Keller is involved in a tiff with a yogi surrounding the use of content. Based on social media posts by the 35-year-old and yoga practitioner Marysia Do, the argument has been going on for nearly a month after Keller sent an email in January asking Do to remove a number of posts from her social media channels that had featured the former MTV VJ in it. Keller said on Facebook that the videos were shot and edited by herself in Singapore, using her own equipment.
The singer spent her Valentine's Day and Lunar New Year tending to Andy Hui who was diagnosed with Influenza B