Monday, November 08, 2010
The night before, Ekin Cheng, Kay Tse and Justin Lo held the Metro's Love and The City Concert in Asia World Expo. Once Ekin appeared, the entire venue got very enthusiastic and high. In the mist of the high atmosphere, Ekin acted like the 'dance king' and started dancing as he sang, when he sang fast song Speed, he shouted out to the audience: "Let's shake together!" and made a 360 degree turn. Later he shouted so much he started losing his voice and "lost his voice with speed" after performing Speed. He exposed: "Actually I am seriously ill." Later, he appears on stage again with Kay and other singers for group singing. As he sang, the softer his voice got, looke like he's about to lose his voice.
First time singing on stage with her idol Ekin, Kay frankly said that during rehearsal she was so nervous that she didn't dare to look straight at Ekin. Asked if her husband Louis Cheung was jealous? She laughed: "He loves Ekin too, he even told me to call him 'big brother' for him." She later danced and sang on stage with Justin Lo.
Justin had argument with girlfriend, confesses love during concert
Also, Justin expressed his love to his girlfriend during concert, performing his new song Saranghae (In Korean it means: I Love You). He also exposed that he had an argument with his girlfriend earlier: "It's difficult to argue a long-distance phone call, she hung on me, you can't even refute back if you wanted to. Called her more than 10 times and it still went to voicemail." He even said that he'll be sending this video clip for his girlfriend to watch later.
Afterwards, Ekin expressed that he got a serious flu, and had held back his power during rehearsal, he joked: "I already expected my voice would die on me." Speaking of Ekin's Hong Kong Coliseum concert that happened earlier this year in March and had to 'shake' against Faye Wong who was holding her concert at Asia-World Expo that same month? He said: "Not that coincidental right, even so, it doesn't matter. That time, we just celebrated new years, everyone used their red envelope money to buy tickets to the concerts."
Source: Oriental Daily
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