Fann Wong is a Singaporean model, actress, and singer. She is regarded as one of MediaCorp's top actresses in Singapore's Chinese-language film and TV industry. In 1995, Fann Wong became the first actress to receive three major awards in the same Star Awards: Top 5 Most Popular Female Artiste, Best Actress, and Best Newcomer.
Singaporean politician and former lawyer Halimah Yacob is the eighth and incumbent President of Singapore. She ran for the 2017 presidential election as an independent and won an uncontested election thus becoming the first female President of Singapore. She earlier served as Member of Parliament during 2001-17 as member of People's Action Party and also as parliament Speaker during 2013-17.
Ho Ching is a Singaporean businesswoman and the current director of Temasek Trust. She is married to Lee Hsien Loong, the Prime Minister of Singapore. In 2014, she was inducted into the Singapore Women's Hall of Fame. In 2020, Ho Ching was named in the world's most powerful women list by Forbes magazine.
Fiona Xie is a Singaporean variety show host and actress. From 2001 to 2009, she was a full-time Mediacorp artiste; in 2006, she was named among the Seven Princesses of Mediacorp. In 2018, Fiona Xie landed a role in the American romantic comedy-drama film Crazy Rich Asians, becoming one of the first actresses from Singapore to break into Hollywood.
Rebecca Lim is a Singaporean actress and model. Apart from being a popular actress, Rebecca has also posed for many fashion magazines. Over the course of her career, Rebecca Lim has won several prestigious awards such as Asian Television Awards, ELLE Singapore Awards, and Star Awards.
Rui En is a Singaporean actress who achieved popularity in 2006 when she was named among the Seven Princesses of Mediacorp. The recipient of several Star Awards, Rui En was also honored by the Nanyang Technological University with the prestigious Nanyang Outstanding Young People Award in 2007 for her achievements in the entertainment industry.
Jeanette Aw is a Singaporean actress, writer, filmmaker, and businesswoman. She achieved widespread fame in 2008 when she landed the leading role of Huang Juxiang in the popular drama serial The Little Nyonya. Thanks to her successful television career, Jeanette Aw is regarded as one of the most famous and high-profile celebrities in Singapore.
Josephine Teo is a Singaporean politician and the current Minister for Communications and Information. She is also the current Second Minister for Home Affairs. An influential politician, Josephine Teo has also served as the Minister for Manpower, Minister in the Prime Minister's Office, Minister of State for Finance, and Minister of State for Transport.
Singaporean actress Carrie Wong was discovered through the Singaporean talent-scouting competition Hey Gorgeous where she finished as a runner up in 2013. She has starred in several television dramas, most notably in The Journey: Tumultuous Times, My Friends From Afar, and A Quest to Heal. Wong has so far won seven Top 10 Most Popular Artistes Awards on Star Awards.
Stephanie Sun is a Singaporean singer-songwriter who has achieved immense popularity in the Chinese-speaking world. Over the course of her career, Sun has sold over 30 million records. Stephanie Sun is best known for her debut album Yan Zi and her eighth album Stefanie; both the albums earned her a Golden Melody Award.
Nicole Seah is a Singaporean politician best known for her association with the National Solidarity Party (NSP). She was also a member of the Reform Party and is currently a part of the Workers' Party, an important centre-left political party in Singapore.
Singaporean social-activist and former-politician Raeesah Khan was a member of Workers' Party (WP). She became youngest MP in 14th Parliament of Singapore and first female minority-opposition candidate to be elected to the Parliament. She held office as Sengkang GRC MP from July 2020 till November 2021 when she resigned from WP and Parliament following investigations into lying during parliamentary speeches.
Sun Xueling is a Singaporean politician and the current Minister of State for Home Affairs. She is also the current Minister of State for Social and Family Development. An important politician, Sun Xueling also served as the Minister of State for Education from 27 July 2020 to 12 June 2022.
Indranee Rajah is a Singaporean politician who is currently serving as a Minister in the Prime Minister's Office. She is also the current Second Minister for National Development and the Second Minister for Finance. Indranee Rajah has also served as the Senior Minister of State for Education, Senior Minister of State for Law, and Senior Minister of State for Finance.
Ranjini is a Singaporean actress best known for her work in Indian films, especially the Tamil and Malayalam film industries. Ranjini, who has also appeared in Telugu films, was the leading actress in Kollywood from 1985 to 1992. Apart from appearing in films, Ranjini also judged a couple of beauty pageants in Kerala, India.
Grace Fu is a Singaporean politician and the current Minister for Sustainability and the Environment. An important politician, Fu has also served as the Minister for Culture, Community and Youth, Senior Minister of State for National Development, Senior Minister of State for Education, and Senior Minister of State for the Environment and Water Resources.
Tin Pei Ling is a Singaporean businesswoman and politician. An important member of the People's Action Party (PAP), Tin became the youngest candidate in PAP's history during the 2011 general election. Prior to her political career, Tin Pei Ling worked for popular companies like Ernst & Young.
Gan Siow Huang is a Singaporean politician and the current Minister of State for Education. She is also the current Minister of State for Manpower. Prior to her entry into politics, Gan was an Air Force officer who achieved the brigadier-general rank, becoming the first female officer to hold a general rank in the Armed Forces of Singapore.
Olivia Ong is a Singaporean actress and singer best known for her work in Mandarin Chinese. Ong has also recorded songs in other languages like Japanese, Cantonese, and English. In 2009, she won the Star Award for Best Theme Song for her work in the 2008 drama serial The Little Nyonya.
He Ting Ru is a Singaporean solicitor, lawyer, and politician. Since 10 July 2020, she has been serving as a Member of Parliament for Sengkang GRC. Since 2013, He Ting Ru has also been the Head of Legal and Communications of a company, which in turn oversees legal and communications matters in Europe, Asia, Africa, and North America.
Lee Bee Wah is a Malaysian-born Singaporean former engineer and politician. Lee was a member of the popular People's Action Party (PAP), which has governed the country since its independence from Britain in 1963. Prior to her political career, Lee Bee Wah had established an engineering firm called LBW Consultants LLP, which was acquired by the Meinhardt Group in 2014.