That’s the name of Robbie Williams’ third solo album, and it seems perfect for this evening.

Ken Lim and the singers

Sean Kingston and Ken Lim share an intimate moment

Tonight, the theme song for the Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games made its premiere on TV. It’s now also the ringtone for my phone. (Ask me nicely if you want it)

UPDATE: You asked for it, here it is… the “Everyone” ringtone
.mp3 (for most phones): DOWNLOAD (843kb)
.m4r (for iPhones):  DOWNLOAD (831kb)

The music video will be playing exclusively on Channel 5, but we’ll let you know as soon as we’re able to share it with you on our YouTube channel, for the rest of you who aren’t in Singapore. But if you’re really impatient, and don’t mind hearing an abridged, “bootleg” version, this one’s for you.

Shortly after, the Singapore women’s table tennis team beat China at the World Team Table Tennis Championships in Moscow.

Eddy Tay, team manager said,  “When we came out, all of us were in tears and they were lost for words. They couldn’t believe (they won)….especially Tianwei. She aspires to be the world champion. I think she’s done it, at the age of 24, and what’s there more to say. I think this is a lifetime thing that will stay with you, and Singapore created history, because in 19 years, no one has beaten them (China).” (Full story on Channel News Asia)

Apart from my persistent running nose, a pretty good Sunday I think.

Stay tuned on Twitter (follow @singapore2010)  for results of the draw for Volleyball (1100hrs GMT+8) and 3-on-3 Basketball (1200hrs GMT +8) later today.

(Sorry for the rather short post. Feeling very woozy from the medication. 😦 )