So, what's buzzing on the Internet this week?
Because we love being on the top of things, we rounded up the most interesting stories that happened this week.
Are you ready?
Madonna will be performing in Singapore for the very first time! The queen of pop will be bringing her Rebel Heart Tour here for a one-night-only concert, which has been rated R18 for “sexual references”.
Her local fans are elated with the news of confirmation, as there were rumours circulated online about it being cancelled.
Demand for the tickets must be high, but be warned: they do not come cheap. The prices start from $108 and VIP passes cost $1,288, the most expensive concert tickets in Singapore to date.
Get more details here.
When Twitter announced that it might be introducing 10,000 character tweets on Tuesday, and netizens do not seem too happy about it.
They have taken to the hashtag #Twitter10k to air their views, and many of them disapproved of the new feature. The netizens also argued that #Twitter10k allows for spam and long essays, and are requesting for new features instead.
Many are calling for Twitter to introduce an edit tweet function – which would definitely be useful. Aren’t we all familiar with the many times you find a typo AFTER posting a tweet?
Hopefully these suggestions will be taken into consideration, as they would certainly help in improving user experience.
But one thing’s for sure: with 10,000 characters, arguments will no longer a problem. #onetweetisallittakes
Read more about Twitter’s new proposal here.
Nowadays, the importance of being au naturel is overly emphasised – girls get praised for looking attractive barefaced and even more so for “looking the same” with or without makeup.
Is there really a need to compare between those who wear makeup and those who do not?
We tell you the five questions you should never ask anyone who has their eyeliner on fleek because chances are, they have heard of it before.
So, embrace the power of makeup and revel in how different we look with and without it.
Get the full list of questions here.
As students, we always want good deals, and this article tells you where to get them! We are given many privileges as students; therefore we should fully make use of the benefits bestowed on the student ID.
From shopping, games, movies, and food, we have it all listed. Did you know that you can get movie tickets for $6.50 and an escape room experience for just $12?
Learn about the great deals you can get by showing your ID here.
Leonardo Da Vinci exhibition coming to the Science Centre Singapore this June
Food stall at Telok Blangah Food Centre and VivoCity among locations visited by COVID-19 cases
Takashimaya Shopping Centre and The Clementi Mall among locations visited by COVID-19 cases
Fu Lu Shou Complex, Chinatown Complex and Night Safari among locations visited by COVID-19 cases
ION Orchard and Peninsula Plaza among locations visited by COVID-19 cases
St Leaven Bakery at Takashimaya, Woodlands Galaxy Community Centre among places visited by COVID-19 cases
Youth react to COVID-19 vaccine application for Singaporeans aged 12 to 39
ArtScience Museum’s exhibition The Virtual Realms: Videogames Transformed reimagines video games as creative exhibits
BTS and McDonald’s to launch second merchandise collection on Jun 17
Retro Nutz in Sim Lim Square sells old-school games and consoles