Never mind breakfast in bed or lunch at a fancy restaurant. Local actress Zoe Tay celebrated her Mother’s Day in style at the hottest ticket in town: the Blackpink gig.
On Sunday, the 55-year-old star joined tens of thousands of fans at the National Stadium for the second concert held by the South Korean girl group in Singapore.
Tay shared a carousel of photographs on Instagram late on Sunday night and wrote: “My Mother’s Day… Great concert.”
One of the snaps shows her holding a bouquet of flowers while hugging two unidentified young boys, presumably two of her three sons with husband Philip Chionh.
Tay also took some photos with fellow local actors, including Zhai Siming and Jeremy Chan.
Zhai, 26, wrote on Instagram: “Thank you Ah Jie (big sister) for the super last minute invite to (the Blackpink) concert.”
Also seen in the celebrity group shots was actress Tay Ying, who had attended the first Blackpink concert on Saturday. “Say what? Day two? How (do) you like that,” the 27-year-old wrote on Instagram.
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Even as local celebrities were spotted at the two shows, one Blackpink member was seen out and about in Singapore over the weekend.
A video posted on TikTok showed Thai singer Lisa, 26, at The Seagrill bistro in Changi Beach Park on Saturday night after the concert.
In a comment on the video, one netizen said: “I think that’s her dad’s (brother’s) restaurant.”
The netizen could have been referring to the brother of Lisa’s stepfather, Switzerland-born chef Marco Bruschweiler.
In an AsiaOne report, her dinner companions included local talent manager Leonard Lim, chief executive of entertainment agency Wild Entertainment Group.
Mr Lim shared a snap of himself with Lisa on his Instagram account on Sunday, raving that she was “one of the most talented, kindest and down to earth (people).”
This article originally appeared in the Straits Times.