S.H.E brought concertgoers on an emotional trip down memory lane as they performed their best hits over the past 12 years
Text: Joanna Goh
Photos: HIM International Music & UnUsUaL Entertainment
Videos: Fiona Lin
S.H.E’s songs formed a representative part of our adolescence and growing up years – starting with their first hit ‘Lian Ren Wei Man’ (from 12 years ago) to the likes of ‘Wo Ai Ni’ and ‘Ming Tian De Zi Ji’. 8,000 fans were in attendance to witness Selina Jen, Hebe Tien and Ella Chen’s triumphant return to the stage as a group yesterday, after three years of absence due to Selina’s burn injuries.
It was an emotional night for both fans and the group – in particular, Selina, who was choked up with emotions for a good portion of the night. “Sorry, this is one of the earliest records [of me crying] for this,” said Selina who was a little embarrassed about her tearful breakdown during her solo performance of ‘Meng’, a song she wrote after her recovery from the burn accident in 2010.
She joked while crying; trying her best to regain composure on stage, “Please listen to the CD for the full version of this song,” she said.
Thanking fans for bringing her back to life with their unwavering support, Selina added: “I’ve learned the most important thing is as long as we are alive, we should not give up. Although sometimes I do miss the old Selina, but I cannot not love the Selina [I am] now.”
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