Jay Moir, 20, overcame depression and comfort eating to develop a passion for fitness, losing 70 pounds too. He now helps others achieve their goals.
Scarlett London was slammed for posting this image. An Instagram star says she has been inundated with abuse and malicious death threats after a sponsored post with a mouthwash brand sparked a social media storm. Scarlett Dixon, who blogs under the name ‘Scarlett London’, took to Instagram on Friday to share a glimpse of her “morning routine”.
A watchdog is cracking down on celebrities who don't clarify if they've been paid to promote certain products.
Showing off their hard work, attention seeking or dying for validation - what is the motivation behind the current trend of celebrities and influencers baring it all in their social media posts?
With the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Environment and Water Resources recently engaging social media influencers for government campaigns, it seems that influencers are becoming more prominent in Singapore these days. For influencer-turned-travel host Yeoh Mong Chin, it is apparent to her that influencers have now become “very, very influential” in Singapore. “A lot of people, especially the young millennials we have these days, now turn to influencers as their source of information, news and tips,” Yeoh told Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore at an event to celebrate her television debut last Thursday (12 July).
While sharing about your life on social media in exchange for fame and freebies might sound too good to be true, that is exactly what life is like for some “influencers” in Singapore. Naomi Neo is one of Singapore’s top social media influencer. Over the past several years, Singapore has seen a surge of young social media personalities who call themselves “influencers”.