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Rihanna and Drake split yet again

Rihanna, 28, and Drake, 29, have once again called it quits on their relationship.

The pair have been in an on-and-off relationship since 2009.

The US rapper most recently made their romance official in July and even got matching tattoos. He later professed his love for the Barbadian singer publicly at the MTV Video Music Awards in August, saying: "She's someone I've been in love with since I was 22 years old."

More recently, however, he has been seen with US model India Love Westbrooks. The new couple was reportedly spotted at a Toronto Blue Jays baseball game looking intimate.

 


Top artists headline SGJP Music Mix

SG-JP Music Mix brings local and Japanese artists together for a night of the music of five top artists from Singapore and Japan.

Now into its third edition, the one-night only performance on Nov 30 at the Victoria Concert Hall will feature the talents of Singaporeans like Dick Lee and Japanese artists like Hideki Togi.The show will be multilingual with songs in English, Mandarin, Malay, Tamil and Japanese.

This year is also notable for being held in conjunction with SJ50, the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Singapore and Japan.

Tickets for the event are available on Sistic.


Kesha wants medical files kept private​

Kesha is requesting a New York judge to issue a protective order against music mogul Lukasz "Dr Luke" Gottwald to keep her personal medical files private, according to court papers filed Monday.

The US singer, 29, was required to submit 10 years' worth of gynaecological, psychiatric, and rehabilitation records, among others, for her ongoing sexual assault lawsuit against Dr Luke.

Her lawyer said that "Kesha now fears that Gottwald will seek to disclose and disseminate" her records "to embarrass and harass her", and that a protective order could preclude him from doing so.


I kept saying to the crew, 'All right, can we get (the make-up team) back in here and make her look a little more drunk and ugly?'

- The Girl On The Train director Tate Taylor on how making his lead actress Emily Blunt look dishevelled in the movie was quite a challenge

 


Top artists headline SGJP Music Mix

SG-JP Music Mix brings local and Japanese artists together for a night of the music of five top artists from Singapore and Japan.

Now into its third edition, the one-night only performance on Nov 30 at the Victoria Concert Hall will feature the talents of Singaporeans like Dick Lee and Japanese artists like Hideki Togi.The show will be multilingual with songs in English, Mandarin, Malay, Tamil and Japanese.

This year is also notable for being held in conjunction with SJ50, the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Singapore and Japan.

Tickets for the event are available on Sistic.


Kesha wants medical files kept private​

Kesha is requesting a New York judge to issue a protective order against music mogul Lukasz "Dr Luke" Gottwald to keep her personal medical files private, according to court papers filed Monday.

The US singer, 29, was required to submit 10 years' worth of gynaecological, psychiatric, and rehabilitation records, among others, for her ongoing sexual assault lawsuit against Dr Luke.

Her lawyer said that "Kesha now fears that Gottwald will seek to disclose and disseminate" her records "to embarrass and harass her", and that a protective order could preclude him from doing so.


I kept saying to the crew, 'All right, can we get (the make-up team) back in here and make her look a little more drunk and ugly?'

- The Girl On The Train director Tate Taylor on how making his lead actress Emily Blunt look dishevelled in the movie was quite a challenge

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