Chris Pratt weds Katherine Schwarzenegger, BTS collabs with Charli XCX and more
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Dato' Sri Siti Nurhaliza, Taufik Batisah and Nissa Sabyan unite for a Raya song
The three beloved singers from Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia respectively come together for a very special Hari Raya collaboration with the song 'Ikhlas'. Inspired by theme of togetherness that the Syawal celebration brings, it's also a reminder to "always be grateful for all our blessings, especially during this blessed month", said Dato' Siti. Stream the music video now on Apple Music or YouTube.
Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger are married
After a whirlwind romance that began in June last year, the couple has tied the knot in an intimate ceremony at the luxurious San Ysidro Ranch in Montecito, California on Saturday. They announced their engagement in January this year. Pratt's ex-wife Anna Faris was said to be among the guests. Other celebs in attendance include actor Rob Lowe and Katherine's brothers Patrick and Christopher.
BTS's upcoming mobile game to be released on 26 June
Still in the middle of their wildly successful world tour (including a historic sold-out concert at Wembley), BTS has announced the details for their upcoming mobile game called 'BTS World'. The interactive game will allow fans to "manage" BTS virtually, as well as exclusive content such as never-before-seen photos and video clips created by the members of the boy band. They have also collaborated with Charli XCX on their latest single 'Dream Glow', a track about overcoming obstacles and pursuing dreams. It doubles as a soundtrack for the game and the first part to an OST album that will be released in the future.
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Queer Eye's Antoni Porowski gets a fabulous drag makeover
After slaying in a technicolour silk co-ord by Sies Marjan at the CFDA Awards pink carpet earlier in the week, Antoni proceeds to stun as his fabulous alter-ego, Eva Cado. The avocado-loving chef was given a makeover by RuPaul's Drag Race's Miz Cracker for a special Pride edition of Drag Me, a series on Them's YouTube channel that sees celebrities transformed into drag queens. Antoni also spoke of his fluid sexuality during the makeover: "I think the word that I'm most comfortable is fluid, and it's so shocking to me how that surprises people. Call yourself whatever the hell you want to refer to yourself as! It's not something that should be judged or questioned, but embraced." Hear, hear.