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31 December 2005 | 01:30 pm

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29 December 2005 | 09:07 pm

29th December 2005

Page 78 Happenings – Battle of The Brands

Source: 8 Days

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26 December 2005 | 09:03 pm

26 December 2005


2nd place: Quan Yifeng (143)
3rd place: Irene Ang (122)
4th place: Rui En (56)

Source: The New Paper

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26 December 2005 | 11:05 am

30 January 2006

Byline: Chang May Choon and Sheela Narayanan

Forbes magazine featured 11 of the best-paid Western celebrities under 25 in its online edition this month. CHANG MAY CHOON and SHEELA NARAYANAN find local and regional celebs with strong earning power

THEY may not be playing in big money leagues yet but some of the local under-25s are already rolling in some serious dough.

Singapore Idol Taufik Batisah, 24, singer Rui En, 24, and Singapore Idol runner-up Sylvester Sim, 23

The three are represented by Hype Records, which declined to reveal how much they earn.

Rui-En has six endorsements, among them Activa facial products, Tian Poh jewellery and Motorola handphones.

Industry sources reckon that each endorsement could be worth $20,000 and above.

These figures do not include a cut of the fees, which can be between 20 and 40 per cent, that go to the artiste management companies.

Source: The New Paper

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25 December 2005 | 07:14 pm

25 December 2005




IT is official.The biggest shrinker of the year is the ever steady pom-pee-pee girl, Olinda Cho.

The 25-year-old singer won The New Paper’s Flame Awards for being the Incredible Shrinking Woman.

Compared to the other shrinkers in the category, our readers thought Olinda had the most dramatic weight loss.

Olinda garnered 312 votes for downsizing from 72kg to 57kg.

Quan Yifeng was a distant second at 143 with Irene Ang coming up in third spot with 122 votes.

Few people thought singer Rui En losing her puppy fat was dramatic.

She only had 56 votes.

Source: The New Paper

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22 December 2005 | 06:54 pm

22nd December 2005

Page 76 视非街 Tv News – 偶像剧新登场

Source: I Weekly

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12 December 2005 | 07:18 pm

12 December 2005


Tomorrow is your last chance to vote for your favourite (or least favourite) Flame Awards nominees. In case you missed any of the categories that we have unveiled over the past week, HO LIAN-YI gives you a recap:


1. Olinda Cho

She went from 72kg to 57kg. She used to be known for her powerful vocals; nowadays she’s more famous for her missing flab.

2. Rui En

She went from 54kg to 47kg and baby fat has given way to spindly arms.

3. Irene Ang

The 1.7m-tall actress lost 12kg in the last six months, and has been flaunting her new figure in slinky dresses.

4. Quan Yifeng

At her lightest, she was a mere 39kg. Now 42kg, Yifeng is still a mere shadow of her former chubby self.

Source: The New Paper

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09 December 2005 | 07:22 pm

09 December 2005



Our Incredible Shrinking Woman Award nominees are half the women they used to be. JEANMARIE TAN, WENDY TEO and SHEELA NARAYANAN report on the downsizing.


Goodbye to chubby cheeks

OVER the years, cherubic actress-singer Rui En, 24, has made no bones about shedding her baby fat.

But shocked viewers have been doing a double take at her increasingly bony shoulders and spindly arms.

The 1.68m-tall Rui En has dropped from 54kg to 47kg, and is currently endorsing LifePharm’s 7-Day Diet.

She said: ‘I hereby give The New Paper the award for Most Inventive Award Categories. I would prefer to consider myself The Incredible Woman, full-stop.’ She insists that she’s ‘healthy’ and not ‘unheathily obsessed’ with her weight.

Source: The New Paper

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06 December 2005 | 11:11 am

06 December 2005

One reason the Star Awards has been losing its lustre is the lack of fresh faces and talent on the showbiz scene.
Year in and year out, almost the same faces get voted onto the Top 10 most popular awards list – the most watched segment of the show.
So even though fresh faces like Fiona Xie, Felicia Chin, Rui En and Julian Hee have entered the scene, it has been an uphill task for them to make the Top 10 list and share the limelight.

Source: The Straits Times

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