Categorised in Others.
12 August 2005
Some artistes are losing it – their weight. Urban finds out if this a new way of gaining fame.
ARE Singapore’s TV actresses getting too skinny for their own good?
At the recent National Day Parade, the sight of host Rui En‘s bony shoulders got viewers talking.
In today’s issue of Urban, we look at whether a smaller frame means bigger fame for celebrities in their race to make it to the A-list and snagging some endorsement deals along the way.
Source: The Straits Times
Categorised in The Straits Times.
Posted: 10 Aug 2005, 0900 hours (Time is GMT +8 hours)
Story by Felix Siew and Leng Chui Ling
Photos by Lum Ngia, Chua Soon Lye, Alvin Lim, Steven Lim, Jeremy Lim and Ong Hock Chuan
Happy Birthday Singapore!
‘The future is ours to make’, and with every Singaporean contributing to shape the nation, as we look ahead, the outlook is bright and clear! cyberpioneer celebrates Singapore’s 40th birthday by speaking to 40 Singaporeans who have contributed to the success of the biggest birthday bash of the year – National Day Parade 2005 (NDP 05).
“It’s perfect for old people, young people, and everyone in between! Anyone can do it, so I think it serves its purpose as a national dance!”
– Rui En, singer of ‘Reach Out for the Skies’, on “Dance Number 40” which is choreographed to the song’s lyrics.
Categorised in NDP 2005.