Show Luo, Rainie Yang, TWINS among GCMA attendees

Show Luo, Rainie Yang, TWINS among GCMA attendees

5 Oct – More and more famous entertainers are announced to be joining The Global Chinese Music Awards 2012 (GCMA 2012), the biggest Mandopop event to be held in Singapore.

According to Asian Crunch website, on 2 October, co-organiser of the said awards - popular radio station Y.E.S. 93.3FM revealed that among the biggest names in the Chinese music that will be attending this November include Taiwan's Show Luo and Rainie Yang, Cantopop duo TWINS and pop diva Joey Yung.

Meanwhile, Kit Chan, Tanya Chua, A-Do and Olivia Ong will also be among Singapore's very own performers that will be attending the event.

The radio station also stated that the number of stars attending and performing is still growing and the final list will only be released at the end of October.

The 2012 Global Chinese Music Awards is joint collaboration between seven Chinese music radio stations – Radio Beijing, Radio Guangdong, Radio Television Hong Kong, Shanghai Pop 101, Taiwan POP FM91.7, Malaysia Star RFM988 and Singapore's Y.E.S.93.3FM and will be held this year at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on 2 November.

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