Ella Declines Getting Wu Chun to Teach Malay Songs

from the left: Ella, Selina, Hebe

Ella Declines Getting Wu Chun to Teach Malay Songs

During the press conference, Ella appeared “almost expressionless” and unhappy throughout. Despite Selina and Hebe tried to keep talking about happy matters animatedly, Ella did not seem to be influenced by them. There would even be times when she turned slightly away, seemingly deep in her own thoughts.

Shortly, when reporters asked if Ella was still very affected by the media’s malign of the unhappiness with [Down With Love]’s Director, Ella just said, “Everything’s fine.” This puts a stop to further questions on the topic.

Nonetheless when sharing on their concert, Ella is still very professional in promoting. She shared that the concert promises a visual treat for all, be it in costumes or contents of the programmes. There will be new breakthroughs for all of them. Meanwhile seldom seen in dresses, Ella will also be wearing a dress during the opening of the concert to showcase her femininity and dances in heels. Ella shared that she is full of admiration for female artistes who could do dances on heels. Hearing this, Selina and Hebe immediately looked proud and arrogant, causing a funny sight. This concert is organized by Galaxy Entertainment and sponsored by Hotlink.

Dare Not Challenge Malay Songs

S.H.E once sang a Cantonese song for their Hong Kong concert to the delight of Hong Kong fans, hence reporters asked if they planned to sing a Malay song for Malaysian fans.

Ella answered frankly, “This is a big challenge!” Being frequent guests of Malaysia, the trio is already very familiar with Malay greetings. Ella already showcased her flair when she said, “Tuan-Tuan dan Puan-Puan, Terima Kasih, Aku Cinta Pada Mu*(vaguely translated as “Ladies & Gentlemen”, “Thank you” and “I love you”)” and even sang a few lines of “Selamat Hari Jadi (Happy Birthday), and Rasa Sayang…”. But when it comes to singing a complete Malay song for their concert in Malaysia, the trio felt that it is probably mission impossible. The host of the event then suggested to Ella that she could look to Wu Chun for lessons and she asked in return, “Doesn’t Wu Chun speaks Brunei language instead?” It was only then she realized that the Brunei’s Malay and Malaysia’s Malay are fairly similar. Then Ella declined the suggestion by saying, “Wu Chun should be very busy.”


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