Singapore’s obviously a place Bruno Mars likes because the ‘Versace On The Floor’ crooner is returning to our shores for his 24K Magic World Tour come 18 May next year!

Last performing here in 2014 on the Moonshine Jungle World Tour, Bruno Mars is making a pit-stop here in Singapore for his critically acclaimed 24K Magic World Tour next year. Fans can definitely expect dazzling performances of chart-topping hits like the groovy ‘That’s What I Like’, and soulful ballads like ‘When I Was Your Man’. 

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Bruno Mars The 24K Magic World Tour In Singapore

Date: 6 May 2018 (Sunday)
Time: 7pm 
Venue: Singapore Indoor Stadium
Ticket prices: (Standing*) $298**, $248 (Seated) $348, $288, $248, $168 (prices exclude $4 booking fee)
Public on-sale date: 19 October (Thursday) at 10am
Ticket sale: from www.sportshubtix.sg, hotline +65 3158 7888, Indoor Stadium Box Office and all SingPost outlets.

Featured image: Yahoo

What’s your favourite Bruno Mars tune to jam out too? Let us know the comment section! 

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Is that you Taylor Swift?! Turns out, our favourite celebrities have their very own doppelgängers, and their uncanny similarities are equal amounts of freaky and amazing. Would you be able to tell them apart?

Taylor Swift VS April Gloria

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Nope, that isn’t actually Tay Tay. Meet April Gloria, the cosplayer that bears an uncanny resemblance to the ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ songstress without even trying. From Taylor’s red lips to her signature cat-eye, and even her shaggy haircut, April’s got Tay’s mug down to a T! 

Ariana Grande VS Jacky Vasquez

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With a twinning level so high even Ariana’s own cousin couldn’t tell them apart, Ariana Grande and Jacky Vasquez share a penchant for high ponytails, cat-winged eyeliner and long lashes, and have similar doll-like features – right down to Ari’s famous dimples. If you’d also like to look like the ‘Dangerous Woman’ diva, 20-year-old Jacky recommends learning how to achieve Ari’s signature pony tail, makeup style and camera poses. 

Ed Sheeran VS Ty Jones

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Turns out, there’s another ginger Teddy on planet Earth, but it seems like looking like a carbon copy of Ed Sheeran hasn’t been a bed of roses for 22-year-old Ty Jones. As the self-proclaimed “Ed’s Evil Twin” shared in previous interviews, the striking resemblance had brought him perks like TV gigs and even a hangout sesh with Ed himself, but it did have some drawbacks when it came to his love life. For example, Ed’s fans would constantly approach Ty for photos (which quite annoyed his ex-girlfriends), and he had to also re-evaluate potential dates to discern if they were only being with him because he was the “next best thing” to Ed. Thankfully, all this hasn’t affected Ty’s love for the ‘Thinking Out Loud’ singer, and he describes meeting Ed as “the highlight of all this”. 

Katy Perry VS Francesca Brown 

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Constantly being mistaken for Katy Perry ever since the songstress released ‘I Kissed A Girl’ back in 2008, actress Francesca Brown reportedly struggled at auditions because of their resemblance. In the end – after attempts at changing up her look didn’t work out thanks to Katy’s ever-evolving style – Francesca accepted a job offer as a Katy Perry impersonator and the rest is history! Perhaps she could double up as Zooey Deschanel too? 

Emma Watson VS Meghan Flockhart

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 We know what you’re thinking, but no – Meghan Flockhart’s resemblance to Emma (and Hermione) doesn’t have anything to do with Polyjuice Potion. Funnily enough, Meghan only realised how similar they looked after dressing up as Hermione for Halloween – since then, she even had to dye her hair in efforts to minimise the “intense” Emma Watson compliments from fans. Consider us Stupified!

Zayn Malik VS Burak Deniz

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The Internet has been seeing quite a few Zayn dopplegangers as it is, but Burak Deniz, a Turkish actor who has appeared in the Turkish version of Pretty Little Liars and Shameless is the most famous (and hottest) one yet. Who even knew that the chiselled bone structure was even replicable on anyone else?!

Gigi Hadid VS Iza Ijzerman 

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If you thought Gigi Hadid looked similar to her sister Bella Hadid, then one look at Dutch model Iza Ijzerman would have you wondering if Gigi actually had a secret twin – especially since they’re both the same age. And it looks like they favour similar beauty styles; tousled blonde waves and minimal makeup that show off their gorgeous features. Wouldn’t it be freaky if Zayn, Gigi, Iza and Burak went on a double date? 

Selena Gomez VS Sofia Solares 

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Sofia Solares definitely had us doing a double take when we first laid eyes on this SelGo lookalike. And with over 445K followers on Instagram, it seems like this Mexican beauty has got the Internet mesmerised too – much like Selena Gomez herself!

Kim Kardashian & Kylie Jenner VS Sonia & Fyza Ali

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The Kardashian-Jenners have more than their fair share of lookalikes, what with the part they played in changing up industry beauty standards, but the Ali sisters undeniably bear the most resemblance of the lot. Sonia and Fyza, who are based in Dubai and are rising names in the Middle Eastern beauty scene themselves, have previously denied rumours that they underwent plastic surgery to get “the Kardashian look”. They’re definitely just born with it! 

Which celebrity doppelgänger duo looks the most alike? Share your thoughts in the comment section!

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6 New K-Dramas To Put On Your Binge-Watch List

10 Oct 2017 by Chew Hui Ling

Just when you thought you exhausted your K-drama supply, there’s always a new batch of shows waiting to fill up your to-watch list (but hey, who’s complaining?). From star-crossed romances to feel-good comedies to coming-of-age tales, we rounded up the most binge-worthy dramas to watch – or rewatch – right now.

While You Were Sleeping

Starring: Lee Jong Suk, Bae Suzy

What is it about? Happy-go-lucky journalist who has the ability to see unfortunate events in her dreams, meets tsundere prosecutor who tries to prevent her dreams from becoming reality.

Watch it if… you enjoy geeking out over complex plots and confusing timelines. Apart from our canon OTP, it’s also impossible not to love the chemistry between side couple Kim So Hyun and Kim Jae Ha (Page Turner feels, anybody?). Just be sure to prepare yourself for a bucketload of mascara tears.

Binge-watch on: ONE (Singtel TV Ch 513 & 604, StarHub TV Ch 124, 820 & 823), every Wednesday and Thursday at 9pm

Girls’ Generation 1979

Starring: Bona (Cosmic Girls), Chae Seo Jin, Seo Young Joo, Lee Jong Hyun (CNBLUE)

What is it about? Set in the 1970s, there’s your average high school girl who falls in love at first sight, the pretty transfer student who becomes the talk of the town, the typical class nerd with a non-so-secret crush, and the popular jock whom all the girls are whipped for.

Watch it if… your nostalgia-lovin’ hearts have a soft spot for girl-next-door romances, teenage angst and Daegu dialects. And you’ve got a new crop of fresh faces to watch out for, including Bona from up-and-coming girl group Cosmic Girls.

Binge-watch on: Viu

Age of Youth 2

Starring: Han Ye Ri, Han Seung Yeon, Park Eun Bin, Ji Woo, Choi Ah Ra

What is it about? Picking up where season one left off, follow the lives of five ordinary college students as they struggle with the growing pains of adolescence.

Watch it if… you enjoy slice-of-life fodder and sob stories with plenty of heart. Or if you’re like us and have grown attached to the Belle Epoque girls since the beginning, brace yourselves for yet another rollercoaster ride of emotions.

Binge-watch on: OnDemandKorea

Temperature of Love

Starring: Seo Hyun Jin, Yang Se Jong, Kim Jae Wook, Jo Bo Ah

What is it about? Love blooms on the web between an aspiring screenwriter and a Michelin-star chef, but can they keep the spark alive beyond their virtual dating room?

Watch it if… you’ve been itching for a reunion of the Doctor Romantic co-stars. Not to mention 40 solid episodes of eye candy in the form of leading man Yang Se Jong, actor-of-the-moment blessed with the looks and talent that could give even Park Bo Gum a run for his money.

Binge-watch on: ONE (Singtel TV Ch 513 & 604, StarHub TV Ch 124, 820 & 823), every Tuesday and Wednesday at 6.55pm

Because This Is My First Life

Starring: Lee Min Ki, Jung So Min, Kim Min Suk, Yoon Bomi (Apink)

What is it about? Two homeless single pringles – who aren’t quite ready to mingle – end up living under one roof. Housemate shenanigans and feline hijinks ensue.

Watch it if… you’re in the mood for some lighthearted romance with a side of slapstick. Bonus if you love all things furry. This also marks the actor’s first production since his return from the army, so that’s certainly something to look forward to.

Binge-watch on: Viu 

Akdong Detectives

Starring: Kim Nam Joo (Apink), Ahn Hyung Seob, Yoo Seon Ho

What is it about? Female detective teams up with two genius high school kids to form the ultimate crime-solving dream team. Also known as Mischievous Detectives or Devil Inspector.

Watch it if… you’re in need of a good laugh yet still want to indulge your inner Sherlock. Or if you just can’t get enough of the Produce 101 boys and crave for some good ol’ bromance.

Binge-watch on: V Live

Which K-drama will you be watching next? Tell us in the comments below!

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Keeping Up With The Headlines You Might've Missed

6 Oct 2017 by Bryan Yeong

From the Kardashian clan due to expand to new venues to catch your blockbusters, we bring you the latest headlines (you might’ve missed) to keep you in the loop. 

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Photo: US Weekly

The Kardashian family sure has a way of staying in the public eye – it’s no wonder that they recently celebrated their 10th year anniversary of their hit reality series Keeping Up With The Kardashians. Kylie Jenner first made the headlines when news of her rumoured pregnancy broke. In between finding extended success with her Kylie Cosmetics line and TV show Life of Kylie, it’ll be interesting to see how the young beauty mogul will juggle her empire and motherhood. And what’s better than one pregnancy announcement? How ’bout two! Khloe Kardashian has also been revealed to be expecting child with boyfriend Tristan Thompson, due early 2018, a wish she has expressed for many years. Not forgetting that Kim also has a surrogate baby on the way, which makes a grand total of three new Kardashian members to add to the family next year! We’re calling it – Keeping Up With The Kardashians: The Next Generation will premiere in 2030. 

Screen Kings


Photo: Golden Village

Rejoice Eastsiders! If you haven’t already heard, there’s a spankin’ new Golden Village at the reopened SingPost Centre Mall to check out, which even brags of a laser projection for sharper picture quality.  It comes just days after Cathay Cinema also announced a new screening complex at Parkway Parade, giving us more options for those impromptu movie plans. 

Bad Rep For Influencers

The words ‘exposé’ and ‘Xiaxue’ are synonymous with each other, with the latter ruthlessly revealing embarrassing information of parties who’ve attempted to take her down previously. And on an otherwise typical Sunday recently, Xiaxue dropped a bombshell of a video, where she took to the almighty Internet to analyse which Singaporean bloggers and influencers ‘bought’ followers on Instagram via an analytical online app SocialBlade to surprising results. Watch for yourself, and guess what we’ve been randomly doing since then? 

YouTube comedian Hirzi also shared his sensible insights on the influencer scene and gave his sound advice on the whole matter, which you can view below.

 

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Gone Cha No More


Photo: 987FM’s Facebook

For ardent Gong Cha fans, you have a reason to stop patronising other bubble tea brands come December, because the familiar taste we all know and love is back soon! Judging from the decals pasted at the new SingPost Centre Mall outlet undergoing renovation, it also indicates that it’ll be Singapore’s flagship store, meaning there’ll be more islandwide outlets to look forward to. We can’t wait to sneak in our milk teas into the new GV cinema to catch a flick!

The iOS Mess


Photo: Apple

Think twice before you upgrade your iOS for your phone. Apple users have took to social media to voice their displeasure at the smartphone’s latest system upgrade, which causes one or more of the following: faster battery drain, app crashes, frozen lock screen and weak Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections. A sly marketing ploy to get users to buy the new models iPhone 8 and iPhone X? Or sheer coincidence? You be the judge.

Amos Yee Granted Asylum

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Photo: Amos Yee’s Facebook

Notorious rebel Amos Yee’s patriotism (or lack thereof) is taking a further drift from Singapore, all the way to the USA. Despite being incarcerated for 8 months, it seems jail time has only made him even more headstrong on his pro-free speech views. The 18-year-old stepped out in Chicago recently a free man, with a firm goal in mind: “The plan is to make more and more videos. I came here to escape the horrible anti-free speech laws in Singapore. Now I can get back to work, get back to my life”, he told The Straits Times. 

Did we miss any headlines? Clue us in on what caught your attention this week in the comments below!

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11 Movies You Can't Miss In October 2017

6 Oct 2017 by Germaine Cheah

Whether you’re a horror buff looking to soak up the scares, a Marvel fanatic eagerly anticipating the next instalment in the acclaimed franchise or just looking for a feel-good chick-flick to pass the time with – we’ve got you covered with our list of must-watch films this month. 

Blade Runner 2049

In Theatres: 05 October

Ryan Gosling stars as Officer K, the newest Blade Runner for the Los Angeles Police Department. After unearthing a deadly threat that could potentially wipe out all of humanity, he goes in search of Rick Deckard, a former Blade Runner who has been missing for 30 years. What makes it worse for K, is that not only does the villainous Niander Wallace have most law enforcement officials in his pocket, he also has an army of Replicants in the making…

Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down The White House

In Theatres: 05 October

We’ve all heard of the infamous 1970s Watergate scandal, where the discovery of his administration utilising a multitude of dirty tricks and abuse of power led to the eventual resignation of then-President Richard Nixon. But what many may not know about is the man who exposed the dirty deeds. Only revealed to be special agent Mark Felt back in 2005, this biographical movie chronicles the personal and professional life of the man who sacrificed everything in the name of justice. 

Monster Family

In Theatres: 05 October

With everyone in the Wishbone family suffering from their own stresses, Mum Emma plans for a fun night out at a theme park in hopes of reconnecting the family. After playing a harmless joke with a doll at a costume party, the doll is revealed to be the evil witch Baba Yaga, and transforms the Wishbones into monsters. With mum now a vampire, dad Frankenstein, daughter a mummy and son a werewolf, follow this family as they chase Baba Yaga halfway around the world to reverse the curse. 

Geostorm

In Theatres: 12 October

After a series of unprecedented natural disasters that threatened Earth’s survival started two years ago, world leaders came together to commission an intricate network of satellites designed to control the climate and keep everyone safe. But the Dutch Boy Program is malfunctioning, attacking the very system it was put in place to protect, and now it’s a race against the clock to stop the program before a worldwide geostorm wipes out everything and everyone on the planet. 

Home Again

In Theatres: 12 October

Alice Kinney is a “newly separated loser”, moving back to her hometown of Los Angeles in hopes of getting a fresh start after separating from her husband. While out celebrating her birthday, the 40-year-old meets three aspiring filmmakers in need of a place to stay, and offers them the use of her guest house. Soon, Alice finds herself with an unconventional new family and relationships begin to develop in unexpected ways. Until her ex-husband shows up at the door, suitcase in hand…

The Crucifixion

In Theatres: 12 October

Based on true events, a priest gets convicted for the murder of a nun whom he was performing an exorcism ritual on. Hoping to establish if he actually did commit murder, investigative journalist Nicole Rawlins goes to meet Father Anton, but inexplicable events start to occur. The pair starts to believe that the initial accusations are false and that the priest actually lost a battle with a demonic being, one that Nicole may possibly have come into contact with…

American Assassin

In Theatres: 18 October

After losing his parents to a tragic car accident and still mourning from the death of his girlfriend to a terrorist attack, CIA black ops recruit Mitch Rapp is thirsting for revenge. The 23-year-old is then assigned to Cold War veteran Stan Hurley, where he receives special training in tracking terrorists. When a mysterious operative nicknamed ‘Ghost’ threatens to start a war in the Middle East, the pair will have to put to use their skill sets to track him down.  

Happy Death Day

In Theatres: 18 October

We first meet college student Tree Gelbman on her birthday, who at a party held in her honour, gets killed from a knife attack to the chest by a masked stranger. But upon dying, she immediately finds herself waking up on the morning of her birthday all over again, unharmed but with full memory of her murder. No matter how much she changes the events of the day, Tree keeps getting killed in new and gruesome ways, until she finally realises that her only escape from reliving the same day over and over is to find out who her killer is. 

Only The Brave

In Theatres: 19 October

Inspired by the Yarnell Hill Fire back in 2013, follow the story of a tight-knit group of 20 firefighters who led the battle of the Arizona wildfires, under the guidance of their supervisor Eric Marsh. As people fled from the scene, the Granite Mountain Hotshots ran towards the flames, protecting families and infrastructure from danger. But when an incoming storm causes the wind to shift, the deadly wildfire spares no mercy to all but one member of the elite crew. 

Marvel’s Thor: Ragnarok

In Theatres: 26 October

Trouble is rumbling in Asgard. Upon returning home, Thor finds Loki impersonating Odin as the ruler, allowing the release of the powerful Asgardian Goddess of Death, Hela after decades of imprisonment. When confronted, the goddess banishes Thor to Sakaar – a barbaric planet ruled by the Grandmaster. Without Mjolnir, Thor now has to win a lethal gladiatorial contest against the Incredible Hulk, as he races against time to prevent Hela from destroying his home world and all of Asgardian civilisation. 

Wonderstruck

In Theatres: 26 October

In 1927, Rose runs away from her home in New Jersey to find her idol, mysterious actress Lillian Mayhew, whose life she chronicles in a scrapbook. In 1977, Ben also runs away from his home after his mother’s death, going to New York in search of his missing father. Follow the two children as they set out on epic quests to find what they’re missing, unfolding with mesmerising symmetry that will keep you glued to your seats. 

Want to know what else you can watch, read and spin this month? Go grab your October issue of Teenage magazine, out on news stands now!

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