13 December 2012 11:19
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FLY Entertainment's head honcho reveals the agency's future plans as her company celebrates 13 years in the business



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FLY Artiste of the Year Chua Enlai had a busy year and was still able to take seven holidays in between the acting and hosting. “The year has been quite amazing. I’ve travelled and finally did a safety video on an airline properly. I ate a lot and am very thankful for Noose, Random Island and the theatre I had to do,” Enlai said to xinmsn.

For Judee Tan, “My dad came to watch my last show in Crazy Christmas and it was his birthday and his second time in the theatre. I wished him ‘Happy Birthday’ on stage and he was really happy about that, so that is one thing off my bucket list,” Judee Tan

One Moment of Glory winner Jill-Marie Thomas is in talks to come out with new music and venture into the iTunes world next year. She has sage advice for those wanting to make it locally, “Latch on to social media and get your word out there. Don’t be deterred by lack of support or negative comments. All you need is one like, one good comment and one supporter to be on your way.”

The mums of the FLY artiste roster also shared how they balance their careers with family life. “Many women who are successful in their careers do it at much sacrifice. I am hugely grateful to my helper at home so that I can do what I can do. Singaporeans need to recognise the foreign domestic labour that make us more productive,” Nominated Member of Parliament Janice Koh said.

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