SINGAPORE — If there was one thing I took away from watching two days of music over the Formula 1 weekend, it’s that I seriously need to hit the gym again.
SINGAPORE — And it’s a wrap! Sebastian Vettel emerged as winner of Singapore’s Grand Prix, beating his Ferrari teammate Charles Leclerc. Celebrations continued on, with roaring performances by Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Texas, Fatboy Slim and more.Here are some of the highlights of today (22 September).READ MORE:PHOTOS: Wives and girlfriends of Formula 1 starsIceman Kimi Raikkonen warms up to racing in freedom as he reaches tail end of F1 careerChris Hemsworth is in Singapore for the F1 race and is very game for selfies with fans9 best locations to catch the F1 race (including free spots)F1 Singapore 2019: Activities, concert acts and after-party hotspots to maximise your ticketCelebrity chefs Heston Blumenthal, Nobu Matsuhisa and Neil Perry at F1's Paddock Club
SINGAPORE – While we’ve not spotted the F1 drivers’ better halves at Marina Bay Street Circuit yet, we reckon they will still be cheering from the comforts of their home. As challenging and excruciating racing on the tracks can get, the love and support given to the stars behind the wheels are equally important as well.The love lives of these F1 stars remain of great interest to racing fans. Here are the wives and girlfriends of some of your favourite icons.READ MORE:Singapore F1: Day 2 highlights of Muse, Gwen Stefani, Fatboy Slim and moreSingapore F1: Day 1 highlights of Toots and the Maytals, Swedish House Mafia and moreIceman Kimi Raikkonen warms up to racing in freedom as he reaches tail end of F1 careerChris Hemsworth is in Singapore for the F1 race and is very game for selfies with fans9 best locations to catch the F1 race (including free spots)
SINGAPORE – It’s Day 2 here at Singapore Marina Bay Circuit as the Formula One drivers race to gain pole position. After thrilling rounds, Scuderia Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc will begin from pole position, beating Mercedes AMG Petronas F1’s Lewis Hamilton by two tenths. Meanwhile, Charles’ teammate Sebastian Vettel will start at third position. There’s no stopping Ferrari!International performers Gwen Stefani, Fatboy Slim, Larkin Poe, Muse, Lighthouse Family, The Ramona Flowers, Ffion, Njwa, Wolfgang Flür spread across Padang Stage and Esplanade Outdoor Theatre to entertain fans.Here are some of the highlights of today (21 September).READ MORE:Singapore F1: Day 1 highlights of Toots and the Maytals, Swedish House Mafia and moreIceman Kimi Raikkonen warms up to racing in freedom as he reaches tail end of F1 careerChris Hemsworth is in Singapore for the F1 race and is very game for selfies with fans9 best locations to catch the F1 race (including free spots)F1 Singapore 2019: Activities, concert acts and after-party hotspots to maximise your ticketCelebrity chefs Heston Blumenthal, Nobu Matsuhisa and Neil Perry at F1's Paddock Club
SINGAPORE — Singapore GP announced two more acts to the line-up: British musical acts Lighthouse Family and The Ramona Flowers.
Organisers of a “sugar babies” themed party during the Singapore Grand Prix have pulled the event from a line-up of Formula One events due to the controversial nature of the sponsor Sugarbook, a dating platform catering to “sugar daddies”. Sugarbook’s party was originally part of the Singapore Tourism Board’s (STB’s) Grand Prix Season Singapore, a series of F1-themed events held outside of the race track during the Grand Prix period. The Malaysia-based sugar dating platform is one of the sponsors of the Sky Grande Prix, a five-night event at Grand Hyatt hotel organised by Singapore-based luxury lifestyle marketing agency and digital magazine Vanilla Luxury.
British pop princess Dua Lipa, Mandapop King Jay Chou and former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher are just some of the music stars set to perform at the Formula 1 2018 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix.
Asian royal heartthrob Prince Mateen of Brunei was spotted at an after-party during the F1 weekend in Singapore. The 26-year-old was accompanied by a long-haired young lady clad in a body-hugging floral dress.
Take a look inside F1 after-party Amber Lounge, which took place at the Temasek Reflections on Saturday night (16 September). This year's party featured a fashion show by homegrown designers Max Tan and Nida Shay. The audience also had a chance to get up close with the finalists for this year's Miss Universe Singapore pageant. More entertainment highlights during the F1 weekend here: Entertainment highlights from the 2017 Formula One Singapore Grand Prix Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook.
American rapper Coolio was not able to perform at a Formula One after-party over the weekend because he was denied entry into Singapore.
The Chainsmokers performed to thousands at The Padang on Saturday night (16 September). The American duo, consisting of Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall, played a string of EDM-pop tunes for about one-and-a-half hour. These songs included remixes of popular tracks such as Queen’s “We Will Rock You”, The Lion King’s soundtrack “Circle of Life” and Coldplay’s “Yellow”. The 2017 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix is taking place from 15 to 17 September, with other headlining acts such as singer SEAL, DJ Calvin Harris and legendary band Duran Duran. Catch the full story here: Singapore fans treated to Ariana Grande and The Chainsmokers at F1 See all the photos from the event's entertainment highlights here: Entertainment highlights from the 2017 Formula One Singapore Grand Prix Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook.
The crowd at this year's Formula One Singapore Grand Prix was treated to a high energy performance by American popstar Ariana Grande on Saturday night (16 September).
American pop-rock band OneRepublic performed to thousands at The Padang on Friday night (15 September). The five-piece band, fronted by vocalist Ryan Tedder, wrapped up the first night of the Formula One (F1) weekend with hits such as "Secrets". The 2017 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix is taking place from 15 to 17 September, with other headlining acts such as singer Ariana Grande and electronic duo The Chainsmokers. See all the photos from the event's entertainment highlights here: Entertainment highlights from the 2017 Formula One Singapore Grand Prix Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook.
The Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix happened from 15 to 17 September with performances that took place at The Padang, The Village stage and the Esplanade.Some of the acts that performed on Friday (15 September) were American band OneRepublic and British singer-songwriter Lianne La Havas. Thousands turned up for OneRepublic, who performed their popular hits such as “Secrets”. Watch OneRepublic’s performance here.On Saturday (16 September), pop star Ariana Grande, British band Duran Duran and electronic duo The Chainsmokers entertained the crowd at F1. At The Padang, Grande danced in sky-high heels and gave a high-energy performance while The Chainsmokers got everybody jumping to their EDM-pop tunes. Watch The Chainsmokers’ performance here.Meanwhile, Duran Duran treated fans at the Village stage to nostalgic tunes such as “Come Undone” and “Notorious”. The band also performed the next day at The Padang, in front of a bigger crowd.Wrapping up the F1 weekend with a bang on Sunday (17 September) were Seal, DJ Calvin Harris and George the Poet.Seal’s soaring vocals did not disappoint as fans who got a chance to catch him at The Village stage were treated to hits such as “Kiss From A Rose”.After the race was over, the crowd gathered at The Padang to party with DJ Calvin Harris. The one-and-a-half hour set included a series of Harris’ popular songs such as “Bounce”, “Slide” and “How Deep Is Your Love”. The 33-year-old also threw in some hip hop beats before surprising the crowd by playing the sensational song, “Despacito”. Related: Read about performances by Grande and The Chainsmokers here.Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook.
Formula One stars Lewis Hamilton, Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa attended various events in the country ahead of the Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix this weekend. The annual night race is taking place from 15 to 17 September. At the Ritz-Carlton on Thursday (14 September), Hamilton and Bottas attended a meet-and-greet hosted by HUGO BOSS and Mercedes-Benz, which saw about 400 attendees. In the evening, Massa attended an event at bar-restaurant CE LA VI, located on the rooftop of Marina Bay Sands. Related stories: F1 racers and Hollywood's Patrick Dempsey out and about ahead of Singapore Grand Prix</> Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook.
Formula one racers and Hollywood actor Patrick Dempsey were out and about in Singapore ahead of the Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix Formula One (F1) night race happening from 15 to 17 September.
Among the highlights for this weekend include the annual F1 race, the Yellow Ribbon Prison Run and the Speakshow Fest.
The fashion show at Lau Pa Sat will feature collections from local designers Sabrina Goh and Amos Ananda. Hawker food haunt Lau Pa Sat will be turned into a fashion runway during the Formula 1 season next month. In the lead-up to the F1 weekend, the iconic heritage site will host a fashion show on 13 September from 7.00pm till late.
Sexy playboy playmate and DJ Angie Vu Ha will be returning to Singapore during the F1 weekend to take over the decks at FashionTV Club on 18 September, and seduce party animals in the crowd while she’s at it. Recently released from a six-month prison sentence after she was caught at Kennedy Airport last November on parental kidnapping charges just as she was about to board the plane to China with her 9-year-old daughter Isabella Vu Froger, the model and owner of a lingerie line is ready for her comeback set in Singapore to spin her electronic dance tunes as part of the “Johnnie Walker presents Pitstop Party” event. The Vietnamese bombshell has previously spun at major nightclubs in Singapore such as Attica and Avalon, with her last F1 appearance in 2013 at Italian restaurant and lounge Zafferano at Collyer Quay.
Rub shoulders with British disco-pop singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor and R&B songstress Estelle when they arrive in Singapore for this year’s grand prix after party, The Podium Lounge. Happening throughout the Formula One Night Race weekend from Friday (16 Sept) to Sunday (18 Sept), the annual event, dubbed one of the hottest GP after parties, will return to the Grand Ballroom at Ritz-Carlton, Millennia Singapore. Award-winning R&B singer Estelle will be performing on Sunday.