Tan, Neo to helm more dialect shows

​Royston Tan's dialect drama Jiak Ba Buay or Eat Already? is returning for a second season in February, following strong support from viewers for the first series, which will end its run tomorrow.

Tan will also helm Season 2 of the series, which is produced to enhance the communication of government messages and information to seniors, using an entertaining format and in a language they are familiar with.

A new dialect variety show is also in the works and will be shown on Channel 8 on Fridays from noon to 12.30pm.

The 10-episode series, called Happy Can Already!, will debut on Dec 2 and will be directed by Jack Neo. Each episode will see topics such as healthcare, retirement adequacy, SkillsFuture and SGSecure told through songs and skits.

Ms Clinton, Ms Trump will still be friends


The rivalry between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton won't stop their daughters from continuing their friendship.

Ms Chelsea Clinton, 36, and Ivanka Trump, 35, are still close friends.

In a recent interview with E! News, Ms Clinton said that even though they have had some tough times, they are still tight.

She said: "Our friendship started before politics, so it will last beyond politics."

Ms Trump also said in an interview with Fox News: "We've stayed close, maybe a little less publicly so, but she's a good friend. We support each other."

Brand announces birth of first child

Russell Brand and his fiancee, Miss Laura Gallacher, welcomed their first child on Sunday

The 41-year-oldactor told the audience during his stand-up show at Nottingham Playhouse that he was very anxious to get home to the new bundle of joy. He did not reveal the gender of the baby.

The notorious British lothario announced in July that Miss Gallacher, 27, was expecting their first child.

I’ve been very disciplined and all I did was cry and dream about pizza. I’m still dreaming and crying about pizza.

— US actress Drew Barrymore on the difficulty of losing her post-baby weight