By Tammi Tan
— Toggle (@ToggleSG) September 24, 2017
“#Siblings” go on a holiday together
RBKD: Toggle requested for, “more pics, please!”
By Dawn Hee
RBKD: Sharp-eyed sXs pointed out similarities between the red carpet outfits at the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards and the ones local trendsetting celebs like Rui En etc. have worn to the Star Awards.
Judith Light vs. Rui En (Star Awards 2016)
RBKD: sXs thinks that “Transparent star Judith Light slayed the Emmys red carpet with her killer LBD and thigh-high slit” and reminded one of Rui En’s Thierry Mugler number from Star Awards 2016, “even their lit poses are similar!”
Sandra Lee vs. Rui En (Star Awards 2016)
RBKD: Oh yes, of course we remember Rui En’s bride-esque Romona Keveza gown. sXs mentioned that Sandra Lee’s version also boasts the same cinched waist, generous hemline and toga shoulder detail, wondering “#WhatSorceryIsThis” when even their hairstyles and poses match.
Pictures are available in the below link.
The most stylish celeb OOTDs of the week
By Marianne Wee Slater
We rarely see Rui En on Instagram these days, so we’re especially stoked to see her resplendent in this super feminine red chiffon dress and matching red lippie alongside old buddies Dennis Chew and Chew Chor Meng.
By Lee Wei Lin
— Toggle (@ToggleSG) September 18, 2017
Rui En is back!
RBKD: Toggle’s got their “funny” mode on; describing Rui En as a “rare, wild and very, very precious Pokémon” being sighted back on local shores following an extended break.
Toggle also mentioned that they are glad to report that Rui En looks even more fabulous than ever, and plus points for how happy she looks. They did wonder if that was a glowing tan they spotted on Rui En, what do you think?
By Marianne Wee Slater
RBKD: Toggle exclaimed that Rui En’s rarely seen on Instagram these days, so they’re “especially stoked to see her resplendent in this super feminine red chiffon dress and matching red lippie” alongside Dennis Chew and Chew Chor
RBKD: Posting because we love this.
By Joanna Goh, Tammi Tan
Honour and Passion
Singapore Press Holdings plans to divest its 20 per cent stake in Mediacorp TV (which owns Channels 5, 8 and U and Mediacorp Studios) and 40 per cent stake in Mediacorp Press, the publisher of the Today newspaper, for $18 million, the firm said on Friday (Aug 25).
SPH expects to record a writedown of about $31 million in its books. The deal is likely to be completed at the end of September.
The deal comes 12 years after SPH purchased the stakes as part of a media industry asset consolidation in 2005. During the consolidation, SPH transferred a TV channel to Mediacorp and took a 20 per cent stake in Mediacorp TV.
SPH also merged its free newspaper Streats with Today, and invested in a 40 per cent stake in Mediacorp Press.
As part of the deal announced on Friday, Mediacorp will also stop publishing any soft copy or computer-readable format of Today that has the look and feel of a hardcopy version of the newspaper, for a period of five years.