Now that you know who they are most wanted male celebrities in singapore, Here are Yahoo Singapore’s Most Wanted Female Celebrities in 2021, and What Made Them Searchable:
10. Jacelyn Tay
A savvy actress, Tay has recently started sharing hacks about how she manages her time and kids without a helper on Instagram.
Her hilarious Instagram clips have come in handy for moms everywhere, especially as Tay runs her own business, Body Inc., and looks after her 74-year-old mother and 10-year-old son.
9. Phyllis Quek
Quek is a Malaysia-born actress who starred in the 1998 Mediacorp drama Legend Of The Eight Immortals.
In an interview with the Chinese newspaper Lianhe Wanbao, Quek announced that she had received some criticisms because of her marriage to Australian businessman David Cox, who was eleven years her senior. Fortunately, Quek is not impressed by the criticism.
8. Rebecca Lim
2021 was a great year for Lim – she met the love of her life and engaged in the same year.
Lim posted adorable photos of the couple on Instagram when they got engaged. Her lover, Matthew Webster, is Deputy Vice President at PSA.
7. Zoe Tay
Tay became one of Singapore’s most wanted celebs when she decided to ride a bike for five hours to draw a lion’s head on a map for charity.
The actress generally spent most of 2021 working on community projects, including one on the Hong Bao River.
Tay also won the award for Best Actress at the Star Awards.
6. Jayley Woo
Two years after the death of her boyfriend Aloysius Pang, actress Jayley Woo posted a video talking to her younger self about the tragedy.
The heartbreaking video was shared on Instagram and TikTok.
5. Joanne Peh
Peh sparked rumors that she was pregnant when she posted a cryptic post of herself on Instagram. The actress, who is married to actor Qi Yuwu, later clarified that she wasn’t actually pregnant.
At some point in November, the actress insinuated that she was from a contractorwhich led some internet users to accuse them of generalizing about contractors based on their encounter. Peh admitted that a few “bad eggs” could ruin the image of the entire industry.
4. Jamie Chua
Socialite Jamie Chua became tabloid fodder when she revealed in one Podcast interview that she had to sell several of her popular Hermes Birkin bags during her divorce battle to support her children.
3. Kim Lim
She is best known for being the daughter of billionaire Peter Lim, but not many people know Kim’s charitable heart.
The heiress made the headlines when she announced that she and her fiancÃ© will provide two meals a day to 1,500 frontline workers and is in talks to offer air tickets to foreign frontline workers to go home.
The celebrity spread the news when he followed her engagement.
2. Fann Wong
In May of this year, Wong was embroiled in a minor scandal with the beauty doctor Siew Tuck Wah. Siew wrote a blog post about Wong’s face filler when she appeared at the Star Awards.
According to various legal letters, the couple finally did settled the case when Siew removed his blog post.
On July 7, Wong’s father died at the age of 81.
1. Jeanette Aw
She is best known for her starring role in The Little Nonya, but did you know Aw is actually an accomplished baker and dancer?
In 2018 the actress moved to Bangkok to enroll at Le Cordon Bleu Dusit Culinary School for her diploma in patisserie. In May of this year, Aw opened her own bakery, There was once, on Hamilton Road in Jalan Besar.
In August of that year, Aw passed out while baking in her own shop. After she passed out, Aw notified her Instagram that she was exhausted from the workload and would take the month of September to rest from work.
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