Most search-worthy female 🌟s of 2021!
Here are Yahoo Singapore readers' most-searched female celebrities of 2021 and what made them search-worthy.
Singaporean actressRebecca Lim, Fann Wong and Jaime Chua are among Yahoo Singapore's top ten most-searched female celebrities of 2021. (Photos: Alexander McQueen, Instagram/Fann Wong, Instagram/Jamie Chua)Now that you know who are the, here are Yahoo Singapore readers' most-searched female celebrities of 2021 and what made them search-worthy:
10. Jacelyn TayUpdate your settings here to see it.An accomplished actress, Tay has recently taken to sharing hacks on how she manages her time and her kids without a helper on Instagram.Her hilarious Instagram clips have proven useful for mothers everywhere especially since Tay herself manages her own business, Body Inc., and takes care of her 74-year-old mum and 10-year-old son.
9. Phyllis QuekUpdate your settings here to see it.Quek is a Malaysian-born actress who starred in the 1998 Mediacorp drama Legend Of The Eight Immortals.In an interview with Chinese paper Lianhe Wanbao, Quek revealed that she’s gotten some flak for her marriage to Australian businessman David Cox who is 11 years her senior. Thankfully though, Quek isn't fazed by the criticism. headtopics.com
8. Rebecca LimRebecca Lim at the Asian Academy Creative Awards 2021 in Singapore on Friday 3rd December. She wore an Alexander McQueen AW21 dress. (PHOTO: Alexander McQueen)2021 has been a great year for Lim – she met the love of her life andin the same year.
Lim posted adorable photos of the couple at their engagement on Instagram. Her fiance,, is an assistant vice president at PSA.7. Zoe TayZoe Tay with her Best Actress Award at Star Awards 2021 held at Changi Airport and the Jewel Changi mall on 18 April 2021. (Photo: Mediacorp)
Tay became one of the most searched Singaporean celebs when she decided to cycle five hours to draw out a lion's head on a map for charity.The actress generally spent most of 2021 working on charitable projects, including one at the River Hong Bao.Read more: Yahoo Singapore »
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