Stefanie Sun did not collapse after gig in China, assures fans on Weibo she is okay

Stefanie Sun did not collapse after gig in China, assures fans on Weibo she is okay
Her manager said that the photos circulating online were from the surveillance system feed of the hospital, which he calls "mei you liang xin" (without conscience). Sun had to be carried at one point as the emergency department of the hospital had a flight of stairs.

SINGAPORE - Her manager of six years, Mr Wayne Cao, stresses that Sun, 35, had made her own way off the stage and into a waiting car to return to the hotel after the gig. In fact, she posted on Weibo at 10.58pm that night after performing more than 30 songs in front of some 50,000 fans: "(thumbs up emoticon) Chongqing. (I have no voice left.. haha)"


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She has posted on Weibo on Monday morning: "Slept the whole day, I'm back to life! I hadn't recovered fully from the flu I had, so there was no perfect ending (for the concert). I have made everyone worry. Today I can return home to see my baby! So happy."

Earlier in June, Stefanie revealed on her micro-blog that she had been down with a serious flu for five days. After resting for two weeks, she still had not recovered but insisted on going ahead with her show.

Stefanie performed more than thirty songs on stage, singing and dancing in front of 50,000 fans for three hours. 

When her concert ended, Stefanie still interacted with fans on her micro-blog, writing: "Chongqing, I have no voice now! Haha."

Her fans expressed concern after photos of her looking frail and being pushed in a wheelchair were circulated online after the concert. Reports stated that Sun had fainted and had to be carried by a crew member.

However, her manager has assured fans that Stefanie is recovering and doing well. "She's doing well and everyone, please don't worry," he said.


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