Being single during Chinese New Year is no fun.
Especially for those who get incessantly ragged by relatives to get hitched soon.
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It was a bumper crop of Chinese New Year flicks in theatres here over the long festive weekend.
Among them were local director Jack Neo's The Lion Men (above), Hong Kong rib-tickler Golden Chicken SSS and the sneak preview of The Monkey King.
One's a bilingual DJ-actress, another got a plum role two weeks after jetting in from Los Angeles.
A third is a The New Paper New Face alumnus who has made a name for herself on the local theatre circuit while the fourth is a Suria newbie.
PHOTO: SHIN MIN DAILY NEWS
He is famous for his signature set of crooked teeth.
PHOTO: ALOYSIUS PANG INSTAGRAM
His local female fans send him mushy messages that make him blush.
But for local actor Aloysius Pang, there’s only one woman — an older actress — that speaks to his heart.
Dude, that took you long enough.
Your hot bod reigned supreme for about five years in the 2000s and thankfully stopped. Exception, of course, being Magic Mike (2012).
PHOTO: Fashion Gone Rogue
Is it possible to find the planet’s most perfect face, especially among an estimated 7 billion people?
Apparently it is. US Elle magazine has singled out the beauty behind this mighty title in its January issue.
FUNNY HOSTS: Tina Fey (left) and Amy Poehler. PHOTO: Reuters
The 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards ceremony on Sunday night (yesterday morning Singapore time) was, despite its three-hour duration, almost a non-stop barrel of laughs.
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