Repackaged Singapore-Korean girl group SKarf talked about their new direction after the member change while South Korean hip hop quartet M.I.B is thrilled to be back in Singapore
As a Singapore-Korea unit, the members have had their own share of jokes which resulted from the culture and language differences. Lead vocalist Jenny, 16, who is currently both a student and an idol, even 'showed off' her knowledge of Singlish at the press conference. She quipped, "So ma fan (which means "troublesome" in mandarin) leh."
19-year-old Tasha also mentioned that they are in the midst of preparing for their comeback scheduled in February and hinted at the inclusion of mandarin songs in the new album.
The four groups of artistes, together with other performers such as local homegrown talent Taufik Batisah and the cast of award winning Broadway musical "Jersey Boys" which is currently playing in Singapore, are set to turn up the heat at the floating platform.
"Celebrate 2013" will be held at The Float @ Marina Bay tonight, from 7.30pm to 3am (Doors open from 7pm). Tickets are priced at $25, and are available at www.sistic.com.sg and at the ticketing booth facing the Esplanade from 5pm to midnight.
Catch the "live" telecast of "Celebrate 2013" on Channel 5, from 11pm tonight!
Click on to find out what M.I.B, Kyle Patrick and Sheila Majid have to say about welcoming 2013 in Singapore!
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