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Insta-Buzz: What The Stars Were Up To This Week

Here are some of our favourite snaps from the past week.

Reunions, awards, and possibly the largest 'celeb gym session' we've seen thus far mark this week's Insta-buzz. Oh, and guess who turned out to be a closet Blackpink fan?

Scroll on to find out.

Priscelia Chan had a Heartlanders reunion...

Anyone else remember Heartlanders?  Starring Vincent Ng and Aaron Aziz, the police-themed English language drama also featured Priscelia Chan, and her on-screen son, played by actor Brian Ng, in the last season, which aired in 2005.

Now, some 18 years on, the duo have reunited once again, not as mother-and-son, but actors playing colleagues in upcoming Mediacorp drama Shero.

Photo: Priscelia Chan/Instagram

Time to go celeb-spotting at the gym

Seriously, what a star-studded gym session! We spy Nick Teo, Hong Ling, Cynthia Koh, Jasmine Sim, James Seah and his influencer wife Nicole Chang-Min, Kayly Loh, Jesseca Liu and Jeremy Chan. Say what?!

Photo: Cynthia Koh/Instagram

4567 released their own CNY 2023 song

Introducing 'Tu Ni Ke Ai (兔你可愛)', which, surprisingly, doesn't sound like the usual CNY songs you hear blaring over the speakers at heartland malls and grocery stores. We like.

Watch the full video below

Photo: Gini Chang/Instagram

Is Zong Zijie appearing in a Thai BL drama?

The Noontalk actor posted pictures of him at the lensing ceremony for upcoming Thai BL (boy's love) drama, Mystique in the Mirror. Wonder what role Zijie's playing in the supernatural-romance show.

Photo: Zong Zijie/Instagram

Sezairi received this gorgeous trophy from Spotify

The singer's 2018 song, 'It's You', which hit 100 million streams in March last year, was one of the Top 5 Singaporean songs on Spotify in 2022. Congrats! 

Watch the music video below

Photo: Sezairi/Instagram


Michelle Yeoh celebrated her Golden Globes Best Actress win

The Malaysian actress made history with her Golden Globes win last week, after she won Best Actress In A Musical Or Comedy Motion Picture for Everything Everywhere All At Once.

In an Instagram post, Michelle thanked Malaysian leaders, the King and Queen, as well as her “extended family” in Hong Kong and China, where her “journey began as an actor”, for the outpouring of love and congratulations.

Photo: Michelle Yeoh/Instagram

YES933’s Hazelle Teo celebrated her sixth year as a radio DJ


The DJ shared in her caption: “I think I really lucked out in life sometimes. The fact that most mornings I open my eyes and think to myself — how great that I’m doing what I love!”

She then finished off by expressing her wish to “continue breaking boundaries” in the year ahead.

Photo: Hazelle Teo/Instagram 

JJ Lin in your area

The singer might be busy touring, but that doesn’t mean that he can’t take a moment out of his busy schedule for a touch of Blackpink. Wonder if he’ll be in town when Blackpink stops by Singapore too.

Photo: JJ Lin/Instagram 

Hey, Shum Yuet’s in Singapore too.

The second-gen celeb, whose mum is ‘90s screen goddess Chingmy Yau, was here his week to attend the opening of a BAPE store in Somerset. (P.S: Shum Yuet’s dad is Sham Kar Wai, who owns fashion company I.T, aka the parent company of BAPE).

Photo: Shum Yuet/Instagram 

Gurmit Singh bade farewell to Timothy Nga

“This is not goodbye. As much as it pains my heart, my soul is comforted by the fact that we Will meet again. So instead I say to you my brother, “Goodnight”, Gurmit wrote to his Lifeline co-star.

All seasons of Lifeline are available on meWATCH here. The first episode is embedded below.



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