Malaysian singer Siti Nurhaliza has revealed that she regards her struggling efforts at trying to conceive as one of the biggest challenges in her life. Speaking to Malaysian newspaper Kosmo!, the 39-year-old pop icon said that she and her husband, Khalid Mohamad Jiwa, 59, tried for a child for 11 years prior to the arrival of their now five-month-old daughter Siti Aafiyah. The singer also shared that this year’s Hari Raya Haji celebration was more “meaningful” to her as she was able to spend it with her daughter.
Malaysian singer Haqiem Rusli has landed himself in hot water once again after snatching the microphone from a participant on a TV game show who was singing one of the artist’s songs. The incident occured during the debut episode of I Can See Your Voice Malaysia. During a segment of the show, Rusli – who appears as the show’s guest artist – went onstage during the participant’s performance of his hit song Tergantung Sepi and grabbed the microphone from him, presumably for singing out of tune.
It appears that Malaysian pop diva Siti Nurhaliza celebrated Hari Raya Aidilfitri this year with a number of other celebrities – those from the political arena, that is.
A host of Malaysian celebrities will be making appearances at events in Singapore in celebration of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. Take a look at who will be appearing at CelebFest Ramadhan held at Suntec Convention Centre Hall 401-402 (18-20 May, 10am to 10pm) and the grand opening of Our Tampines Hub’s Hari Raya Bazaar (19 May, 7.30pm) this weekend.
Looking for a fun-filled weekend activity? How about a short getaway to Kuala Lumpur to check out Malaysia’s first-ever makeup cafe, Pinkboxcereal. But, instead of munching on the hipster cafe staple of overpriced avocado on toast, Pinkboxcereal lets you try on all sorts of makeup and skincare products. For just RM25 (S$8), makeup addicts are allowed to play with the wide range of beauty products and experiment with different makeup styles for two hours. ...
Of that $204,000, nearly 59 percent, or $120K, is spent on pricy designer shoes. In comparison, a 2014 study found that the typical American gal shills out approximately $20,557 on shoes in her lifetime — nearly $124,000 less than her Singaporean counterparts. Then again, women in Singapore do live, on average, four years longer than Americans.