Come 31 Dec 2011, Universal Studios Singapore will launch its first-ever full-scale parade, the Hollywood Dreams!
With magnificent and intricately detailed floats, special effects, dancers, a custom musical score and some fan-favourite characters from throughout Universal Studios Singapore, Hollywood Dreams promises to excite guests of all ages – not forgetting usher in the new year in grandeur.
Running through five of the park’s seven zones, the parade route is approximately 30 minutes long and gives each guest about a 10 minute viewing experience of the procession. The all-new parade will also be accompanied by a cast of over 100 performers.
Brace yourself for a spectacle as the parade marches once a day on Fridays, Saturdays and selected holidays, and will be included with regular theme park admission. Stay tuned for more!
1 Dec 2011, CNA
SINGAPORE: The ComChest TrueHearts 2011 charity show, held at the Marina Bay Sands’ Event Plaza on Sunday, raised a total of S$3.63 million for the 300,000 beneficiaries of the 70 charities supported by the Community Chest.
Numerous local and overseas celebrities performed at the event, which also aims to increase youth engagement in charitable causes.
Rising stars Ian Fang, Kimberly Chia, Romeo Tan and Adeline Lim presented a spectacular K-pop dance segment, while actor Andie Chen performed alongside Community Chest beneficiaries from Students Care Service (Yishun SYNC programme) to put up a high-energy street dance performance.
Jemma Rix and Suzie Mathers from the Broadway hit musical “Wicked” also shared the stage for the first time, and gave a mesmerising performance during the ComChest TrueHearts 2011 charity show.
Other performers that night include Taiwan singer Aska Yang and Hong Kong showbiz veterans Michelle Yim as well as Ha Yu.
The show may be over, but those who wish to donate can still do so as telepoll lines will remain open till December 7.
Members of the public can call the following numbers to make a donation.
1900-112 8805 for a S$5 donation
1900-112 8820 for a S$20 donation
1900-112 8850 for a S$50 donation
1900-112 8800 for an S$88 donation