My video entry for Charmaine Yee’s #HotFMDateMeDavid contest. YouTube singing sensation David Choi is in Singapore lah. I’m not so much a singer, nor a sensation, so I decided to hack a new song from the first line of his first song…
PS: This is my FIRST time writing a song. And singing it. And recording it. All at the same time. Don’t laugh all at once!
(I guess Rome was built in a day after all)
A New York inspired party by Live & Loud and Double Seven brought in the presence of celebrities Oli Pettigrew, Linda Black, Angelique Teo, DJ Nicole Chen and grammy award winning DIRTY VEGAS (Luke Harris). Dirty Vegas was spectacular – he was spinning dance/house music and the vibe was not only right, it was perfect.
One of the best parties I’ve been to this year! It was pretty crowded and the aircon wasn’t enough for the number of people around, but other than that it was a decent event. I had a good table with some of my friends, so having lots of my favourite people around definitely upped the ante on this one! (A party is only as good as its crowd.)
I have some fun pics from the night that I will insert in here very soon. Meantime… The video just came out and I did a little interview with one of my fav online mags – Lifestyle Asia – on why I love New York (I do I do!).
Click HERE to go to the video’s page on Lifestyle Asia.
PS: It’s SATURDAY! Time to get busy! Happy weekend lovers xx
1) ALWAYS JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER
Dress up like a celebrity – Nice clothes, sleek shoes, designer sunglasses
Hire at least 2 bodyguards to follow you around and push people away (occasionally they should talk to themselves via bluetooth devices)
Hire paparazzi with cameras – Big flashes to draw even more attention are a bonus
And Screaming fans – The louder the better. They can also hold up signs that say “better than Bieber fever”
I was searching for some music videos and this popped up on my trend watch today.
It’s a video by a young Singaporean boy (who actually speaks very well) who discusses different opinions on a recent Straits Times news article about a boy who had his hair forcefully cut by a teacher right before his PSLE exams. I read the article a few days ago, this apparently ruined the student’s $60 haircut and scarred the boy’s confidence for 2 days. His mother filed a police report and the teacher involved got into trouble.
My favourite part – “Everything also can call police”
Which was your favourite part? Usually Singaporeans are not so funny, but this is pretty funny!