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Late singer Teresa Teng ‘seems’ on stage in Chinese language countdown live performance

Late singer Teresa Teng ‘seems’ on stage in Chinese language countdown live performance

NANJING – Main tv stations in China held new yr countdown exhibits on Friday (Dec 31), however the one which possible acquired essentially the most consideration was that of Jiangsu Tv.

The station used digital expertise to “revive” late Taiwanese songstress Teresa Teng, as her hologram sang three songs with Chinese language singer Zhou Shen on the present.

Zhou, 29, appeared first on the stage, with a hologram of Teng in a blue cheongsam then rising up slowly to take her place beside him.

They first sang Teng’s traditional track The Story Of A Small City, the theme track of the 1979 film of the identical title.

“Teng” became a crimson costume to carry out her Cantonese track Strolling Down The Highway Of Life with Zhou, who rose to fame after participating within the third season of Chinese language actuality expertise present The Voice Of China in 2014.

Zhou seemed on the hologram infrequently as if he had been actually on stage along with Teng. “Teng” additionally danced to the tune of the second track at one level.

For his or her third and closing track, she became a gray costume and delighted followers by greeting them in Mandarin: “Hiya everybody, I’m Teresa Teng. I’m comfortable to be right here at Jiangsu Tv working with Zhou Shen.”

The duo then stated in unison: “Wishing everybody a contented new yr.”

They wrapped issues up with Zhou’s track Large Fish, from Chinese language animated film Large Fish & Begonia (2016) – a track which the late Teng wouldn’t have sung earlier than.

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