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Couple Tay Kewei, Alfred Sim announce third little one, first live performance collectively

Couple Tay Kewei, Alfred Sim announce third little one, first live performance collectively

SINGAPORE – Married native singers Alfred Sim and Tay Kewei are teaming up for his or her first full-fledged live performance collectively in March.

The present, titled “Re:Delivery” will function reimaginings of their hit songs and new numbers.

The live performance’s title additionally ties in with how Tay is pregnant with their third little one. The couple has two sons – Momo, 4, and Xiao Pian Pian, one.

In a press launch, Tay, 38, stated that she wasfour months pregnant. “I’m feeling extra drained this time, maybe as a result of I’ve two extra youngsters round me. I’m additionally extra nauseous in comparison with earlier than, however I’m in my second trimester now so it’s getting higher”.

Though the couple already know the infant’s gender, they’re protecting it a secret for now.

Tay launched the album Why Do not You Let Go in April 2021 and the one Not Alone in November.

This will probably be singer-actor-host Sim’sfirst ticketed reside live performance.

The 40-year-old stated in the identical launch that he went for a minor operation in the midst of 2021. He didn’t transfer round a lot after that and his weight went from 70kg to 76kg.

He stated: “Once we knew we might be capable of carry out at our very personal live performance, I had no alternative however to begin understanding so I can get into form earlier than the D-day.”

He’s identified for songs comparable to Who Would Have Identified. As a pair, Sim and Tay have sung duets comparable to Love Exist, Thought That and Momo I Love You.

They married in 2015 after courting for nearly 10 years and infrequently share about their household life and parenting recommendations on leisure programmes and social media.

Re:Delivery – Alfred Sim And Tay Kewei ‘Dwell’ In Live performance

The place: Sands Theatre, Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Avenue
When: March 4 and 5, 8pm
Admission: From $78 by way of Sistic (go to Sistic’s web site or name 6348-5555)

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