Monday , June 24 2024

Pop diva Hong Nhung addresses controversy over on-set behavior


Singer Hong Nhung addressed the controversy of resting her feet on pop star My Tam’s sign during a TV show, acknowledging it was careless but not intended to offend.

Pop diva Hong Nhung. Photo from Nhungs Instagram

Pop diva Hong Nhung. Photo from Nhung’s Instagram

But Nhung also said it was understandable if the public was offended by the act.

The veteran singer discussed her controversial act, which happened when she leaned back in her chair and tried to rest while putting her feet up during a shoot of the TV show “Chi Dep Dap Gio Re Song” (Sisters Who Make Waves) on Nov. 24.

Responding to her act, some of the show’s viewers said her behavior was offensive, while others argued she was merely behaving comfortably.

Nhung said even her own father criticized her.

“If I could go back in time, I would never do it again,” she said.

Diva Hong Nhung (C) lies down on her seat and puts her feet on pop singer My Tam’s name tag while shooting a TV show. Photo by Chi Dep Dap Gio Re Song

Diva Hong Nhung (C) lies down on her seat and puts her feet on pop singer My Tam’s name tag while shooting a TV show. Photo by Chi Dep Dap Gio Re Song

Nhung said that as a veteran singer with many years in the entertainment industry under her belt, public criticism doesn’t phase her too much, even if it’s reasonable or justified.

Nhung said she believes her experience can help the show’s other contestants, many of whom are her juniors. She said she also hopes to learn from the youthful energy, spirit and perspective of her younger colleagues.

Born Le Hong Nhung, the 53-year-old diva launched her singing career in the 1980s and rose to stardom after singing songs composed by Vietnamese veteran musicians including Trinh Cong Son, Duong Thu, Tran Tien, Phu Quang, Quoc Trung, and Thanh Tung.

Her most representative albums include “Doan Khuc Thu Ha Noi” (A Short Song For Autumns In Hanoi), “Bai Hat Ru Cho Anh” (The Lullaby For You), “Thuo Bong La Nguoi” (When Bong Was Human).

“Chi Dep Dap Gio Re Song” is the Vietnamese adaptation of the Chinese TV show “Sisters Who Make Waves.” A total of 30 female contestants, all of whom are veteran celebrities, compete against each other in the show to form a seven-member girl group.

Hồng Nhung hát “Fly Me To The Moon”

Diva Hong Nhung sings “Fly Me to the Moon” while competing in the TV show “Chi Dep Dap Gio Re Song.” Video courtesy of Chi Dep Dap Gio Re Song

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