The Veronicas are finally here in Singapore officially as part of the All That Matters/Music Matters Live event happening this week!! It has only been 10 years and meeting them in 2 other countries previously that they’re finally here in Singapore to perform a short set!!
Jessica and Lisa were pretty surprised when I called them and asked them to sign my CD sleeves. They were even more surprised when they realised that we’ve been there since 2006 when they remembered about the previous times we met them (in Bangkok in 2006 and in Sydney in 2012).
It was very nice to see how The Veronicas were still the same after all these years; their personalities never really changed. Older and wiser for sure, but they’re still the same 2 girls that we met 10 years ago.
So after all the selfies and everything, I had to ask The Veronicas the 1 question which I’ve been so curious about. Both of them eat organic and gluten-free, so I was wondering what they were eating in Singapore since most of the food available here wouldn’t be healthy enough judging by what they usually eat.
And from there, we veered off to other topics and just stood in the middle of the pavement chatting for about 5 minutes. LOL. Then The Veronicas asked if we’d like to walk with them and hang for a bit and since we didn’t really have anything else planned (except to catch pokémons lol), we’re like, “Sure! Why not?”
We ended up accompanying The Veronicas for almost 2 hours while they shopped (and also acted like their local friends to ensure that they don’t end up paying the foreigner/tourist price). Fun times. Hahaha.
Anyway, I can’t wait to watch The Veronicas tomorrow, 12 September 2016 10.00 pm (SG), at Millian tomorrow!!! The wait for a proper performance with the full band was only 10 years. And The Veronicas let us help pick the set list!! Hehe.
Can’t wait!! See you all there!!
2 thoughts on “SPOTTED: The Veronicas in Singapore 2016”
Oh my gosh. You hung out with them for 2 hours?! Lucky!! What did they say about food in Singapore?
Yeah… almost 2 hours. 🙂 They agreed that the food here is a lot oilier than what they’re used to and they do find it challenging to find something they can eat given how they’re all organic and vegan/vegetarian now.