Stars come out to play at Formula One party town
DAVID BECKHAM APPEARS AT F1 VILLAGE
At around 8pm last night, football star David Beckham stepped into the F1 Village with F1 chief Bernie Ecclestone, taking away all the attention from the race.
F1 DRIVERS REV UP THE PARTY AT KU DE TA
Drivers Fernando Alonso, Nico Rosberg, Jean-Eric Vergne and Alexander Rossi partied at Ku De Ta Club Lounge at Marina Bay Sands on Wednesday night, kickstarting a slew of festivities that lasted four days.
On Friday night, yummilicious French-Caribbean model and DJ Willy Monfret took to the set before heading over to Catalunya, where he performed for two more nights.
Also, Singapore TV actress Ann Kok was spotted on Friday night after attending the BigBang concert at the Padang Stage.
DJ Latin Prince from New York rocked the dancefloor on Saturday night with slick hip-hop beats before celebrations reached a climax last night with after-party festivities.
FAR EAST MOVEMENT PARTIES AT MINK
Although American hip-hop quartet Far East Movement didn't get to perform at the 1 World Music Festival, which was called off at the last minute, the group tweeted on Saturday night: "Singapore partyin' has begun. Over at Mink."
According to their Instagram account, the group didn't stay for the race last night, as they had already left Singapore for Vietnam.
S'PORE CELEBS SHOW UP AT JOHNNIE WALKER PARTY
Singapore personalities, such as supermodel Sheila Sim and model-hosts Paul Foster and Oli Pettigrew, were spotted partying on Saturday night at Johnnie Walker Circuit Lounge, where guests were treated to acrobatic performances and fashion creations.
JOHN MARTIN AND TABOO AT AMBER LOUNGE
Vocalist for electronic group Swedish House Mafia, John Martin, belted out hits such as Don't You Worry Child while partying at Amber Lounge over the weekend.
Another artist who appeared was Taboo from Black Eyed Peas. He was slated to perform at the 1 World Music Festival, but ended up turning up the heat at Amber Lounge with the group's hit song, I Gotta Feeling.
BIEBER BRINGS GRANDPA TO TOWN
Canadian pop sensation Justin Bieber arrived yesterday afternoon ahead of his F1 show tonight, which will mark the end of the event.
Besides his gaggle of back-up dancers and musicians, the 19-year-old's step-grandfather, Bruce Dale, was also spotted at the airport posing for photos with fans.
On Twitter, Bieber simply wrote: "And it begins. Singapore. #BELIEVETOUR"
KAREN LIM AND VICTORIA BARKER