A skeptical Ellen DeGeneres tried to jokingly poke holes in the couple's origin story, insisting they had two different versions.
ET breaks down all the ways the actress has been moving on since calling it quits from her estranged husband in September 2016.
Park Shin Hye (left) and Choi Tae Joon are now officially a couple. South Korean stars Park Shin Hye and Choi Tae Joon confirmed their relationship through their labels on Wednesday (7 March). The agencies for both actors have come forward to state that the actors progressed from friends to lovers and began dating late last year.
Kan tried to set Chiew up with her friends before they confessed their feelings to each other . This Valentine’s Day, we bring you a series about love stories of people living in Singapore. Carolyn Kan and Chiew Huan Chong’s story is one of chance encounters and lessons in love.
Kate and Joel were never invited to each other’s birthday parties when they were classmates. On her first day of Primary 1 at Tao Nan School, Kate Tan was told by her form teacher to hold hands with one Joel Yang, who would remain her “class partner” until they were in Primary 6. It was “yucky”, laughs Kate, now 30 and an e-commerce strategist with Publicis Media.
Navigating dating in the digital day and age comes with its own set of rules, and even a new vocabulary. We reach out to some 20-somethings for a little help in deciphering some of the latest social-media dating courtship lingo, and get their expert take on what to do when you get blue-ticked or benched.
Rohim (left) and Alifa had to date on the sly because of her conservative parents. Ahead of Valentine’s Day, we bring you a series about love stories of people living in Singapore. Unknown to the “very conservative” family within, Abdul Rohim Sarip, then a second-year law student at the National University of Singapore, had more than charity on his mind.
Pia swiped right on Nathan – the rest is history. Ahead of Valentine’s Day, we bring you a series about love stories of people living in Singapore. The pictures on Nathan Masters’ Tinder profile were… obscure, to say the least.
Older Singaporean couples often reminisce about how they used to take their partners dancing at Studio M at The Plaza Hotel, or how their relationships reached new heights on a cable car ride to Sentosa. Today, you get things rolling over a game of cosmic bowling, and hit new relationship #goals in the comfort of Gold Class.
June and Ben first met on a 30-minute coffee date in the middle of the work day. Ahead of Valentine’s Day, we bring you a series about love stories of people living in Singapore. The OkCupid match came up at 98 per cent, suggesting that Singaporean e-commerce entrepreneur June Fong should hook up with one Ben Attard.
Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore spoke to several young couples to find out more about how they met and their pet names for each other. Tabitha: We met in church back when we were still in secondary school but nothing really happened until 2015 when we both happened to be in Korea. Tabitha: But we never went out one-on-one (at first) as we usually met a particular group of friends.
The leaves are changing, the days are getting shorter, and the nights are getting colder. There’s no denying it anymore: Cuffing season…
Mention social escorts and many might assume they are highly paid prostitutes masquerading as hired companions. But for Richard, the 27-year-old serial entrepreneur who runs SG VIP Escorts, the women working for him provide a premium “girlfriend experience” sans the sleaze.
If you’re in love with Japanese food, fashion, culture and wish to one day marry a Japanese person, there’s a marriage agency in Singapore that can help you with that. Introducing Konkatu Singapore, a marriage agency founded by two Japanese expatriates who have lived in Singapore for a number of years.
While love, trust and passion may be important to a lasting relationship, Singaporeans still look at a person’s pay slip before saying “I do”. Businessman Horatio Li can attest to this. After all, he has been running a matchmaking agency in the country for nearly 40 years.
A week after South Korea’s “Descendants of the Sun” actor Song Joong-ki visited Singapore to promote new movie “The Battleship Island”, local dating agency Fabrique has decided to give Singaporeans a chance to find their very own “Song-Song” romance at an upcoming dating event themed after the popular drama series. The 31-year-old actor played the role of Captain Yoo Si-jin (a.k.a Big Boss) alongside co-star-turned-fiance Song Hye-kyo, who played Doctor Kang Mo-yeon (a.k.a Beauty). Meanwhile, fans in Singapore who are seeking love can look forward to a dating event happening two weeks ahead of the stars’ big day.
This incident takes sharing your life on the internet to a whole new level. After ending their relationship, Nick Lutz’s ex wrote…