06 July 2014 09:00
An emotional homecoming for Stefanie Sun

The homegrown singer put up a strong concert performance despite being down with the cold bug



Stefanie Sun 2014 Kepler World Tour in Singapore (© UnUsUaL Entertainment)
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Text: Joanna Goh
Photos: UnUsUaL Entertainment
Videos: Fiona Lin


Two weeks ago, Stefanie Sun made headlines when she was rushed to the hospital after finishing her 2014 Kepler World Tour concert in Chongqing, China. And tonight, at her inaugural performance in the newly-renovated National Stadium, Stefanie seems to be still recovering from said nasty cold, which, unfortunately, took a toll on her voice mid-way through the 2.5 hours concert.

After opening the concert by performing a rendition of her most iconic hits such as ‘Tian Hei Hei’ (Cloudy Day), ‘Wo Huai Nian De’ (Unforgettable), and ‘Infinite,’ Stefanie called for a water break and jokingly asked the audience, “Do you know what’s in-trend in Singapore right now?”

“It’s the common cold season,” she wisecracked in reply, hinting at her current condition.


Despite feeling under the weather, the local songbird pressed on and sang on – in between swigs of what appears to be bottled chrysanthemum tea – and was propped up by her ever-supportive fans and the audience, who gladly sang along for most parts in the later-half of the concert.

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