FB Photo Album of S’pore Celebrities in the 80s & 90s Caused Many People to Feel Old All of a Sudden

Every 90s kid in Singapore would know this is

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Or this lady

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After all, they’re the previous generation in the Singapore entertainment scene and have entertained us throughout the days and nights when we thought YouTube was the name of a swimming school in Singapore.

Most who have watched them in their prime would be in their thirties to forties now.

And most who love them would probably feel old after seeing a recently uploaded Facebook album of your favourite stars…when they were young.

FB Photo Album of S’pore Celebrities in the 80s & 90s Caused Many People to Feel Old All of a Sudden

Facebook page RTS, SBC, TCS and Mediacorp artistes seem keen on bringing back the good old memories of Singapore’s entertainment scene.

Besides videos that’ll bring back the “good old days”, they also make it a point to upload photos of favourite celebrities when they were young.

Here is a couple that’ll make you feel every year of your age.

Chen Liping

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Young people today would probably know her as the lover of Romeo Tan.

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But 90s kids? Aiyoyo Teacher.

Image: Facebook (RTS, SBC, TCS and Mediacorp artistes)

Yup, if you can sing along to this song:

You’re an auntie or uncle liao.

Li Nanxing

Li Nanxing isn’t an unknown name to young people today. After all, he’s the pseudo best friend of Vicky Zhao.

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And he’s the anti-scam ambassador who was used to scam people:

But for us 90s (or 80s) kids? We remember him as the fresh-face wu zun of Singapore:

Image: Facebook (RTS, SBC, TCS and Mediacorp artistes)

Cue The Unbeatables theme song:


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Hong Hui Fang

The last (high-profile) incident that Singapore celebrity Hong Hui Fang was embroiled in was back in 2018.


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But before she became the mother-in-law of her own husband in a TV drama and a mother in real life, she was the dream girl of every young man in Singapore.

Image: Facebook (RTS, SBC, TCS and Mediacorp artistes)

Yup.

Hall Of Fame

Now, most of the images only show our favourite actors and actresses of yesterday grow old and weary.

But there are a few who looks better the more they age.


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Zheng Geping

The husband of Hong Hui Fang (mentioned above), this is how he looked like back in 1990.

Image: Facebook (RTS, SBC, TCS and Mediacorp artistes)
Image: Facebook (RTS, SBC, TCS and Mediacorp artistes)

And here’s how he looks like now.

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Chen Han Wei

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BigBoy2000: Wait, this dude has been around for 50 years?! How does he maintain?

SmallBoy1986: That’s the wrong question, my young padawan. The question is…how does he age so well?!

Image: Facebook (RTS, SBC, TCS and Mediacorp artistes)

I guess we will never know.


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Want to go down your own memory lane even more? You can check out the full album here.

Reader Bao: Wait, what about Jack Neo? It doesn’t make sense that you put him at the top and leave him out completely.

Ohhh, true. Here you go:

Image: Facebook (RTS, SBC, TCS and Mediacorp artistes)
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