Friday, August 19, 2011
Metro's TWINS 3650 Concert kicked off the night before last celebrating Twins 10th anniversary in the industry. The two changed into many different concert costumes, sang and dance. They performed several of their classics from the last 10 years. Although they didn't perform hot dances with their dancers, instead Twins played with water and poured water on the male dancer to attract the audience.
To contribute to the Hong Kong group singers, Twins also performed classics from other groups, such as AT17's The Best is Yet to Come and Grasshopper's Love You Forever. Charlene Choi said with emotionally: "The road for Hong Kong group singers is difficult to walk! There was one day 10 years ago when we joined EEG, they wanted us to be a group, and we were thinking are you kidding?! Did they want our singing career to end before it even starts?" Gillian Chung said: "That time, many groups couldn't get far, but later work suddenly kept coming, it's rare!" The girls performed Liu Ze Chen's Think of You, emphasizing that they will not give up, which is also the reason why Twins still exists today.
Kenny Kwan and Steven Cheung from the group BOY'Z were Twins' guests that night. BOY'Z and Twins performed Never Change Bad Habits (死性不改). The two thanked Twins for the support they gave them in the past 10 years. Kenny said: "I am very happy to see you all, very grateful that Twins gave us this opportunity to perform here." Steven said: "We and Twins have experienced several years of fierce battles, very happy that they gave us this opportunity!" Near the end of the concert, Twins performed Kite and Wind, Ah Sa was touched by the fans who sang along with them, she said with teary eyes: "I hope in the next countless 10 years, will you all still be with us?"
After the show, Ah Sa claimed they had stage fright and made mistakes in their performance. She said: "It is definitely our problem, we are 'stage fright' girls because we were nervous, and also we had to dance as soon as we appeared on stage." As for the quiet singing voice, was it the speakers' problem? Ah Gil said: "It wasn't a problem for me, but when I got to the catwalk stage, I couldn't hear anything. We already tried our best!"
Kenny said frankly that he was very nervous on stage, it felt like BOY'Z went back to the old days, Steven said: "Before we had immature thoughts, we didn't know what we were doing on stage, but this time we really enjoyed the stage and the sense of satisfaction is hard to describe. I hope there will be more opportunities, the best would be we get our own concert." Asked if they'll react to their company? Kenny said: "Take it step by step, just like our new song Ready To Go. At first when EEG heard the song, they felt it's different from the past, and finally supported us to release the single. It was only when there was pretty good response that EEG decided to shoot a MV. Later, EEG saw my outline for the MV and then said why not we release an album too. Our new album is estimated to release in October." Cally Kwong, Joey Yung and her mother, C All Star, Sa Ba (Ah Sa's father) and many more supported Twins' concert.
Source: Mingpao, The Sun (images)