He loves his K-pop babes

He loves his K-pop babes
Show Luo, Taiwanese singer-actor-host, dubbed Mandopop's Dance King.

Over the past six months, he repeatedly denied accusations that he copied K-pop superstar G-Dragon's blond hairstyle.

But one thing's for sure - Show Luo loves his Korean female celebrities.

In fact, the 34-year-old flamboyant Taiwanese singer-actor-host, dubbed Mandopop's Dance King, adores them so much he is already working with another K-pop babe less than a year after his collaborations with Brown Eyed Girls' sultry maknae (Korean for youngest member) Ga-in.

"Which K-pop female star do I want to work with next? I don't know. Actually, there's one I'm working with right now but I have to keep her identity a secret," Luo teased in an e-mail interview with M.

"I'm very happy that I had the opportunity to learn more about the K-pop industry when I did a cameo for Ga-in's video."

Luo was referring to Ga-in's latest music video Truth Or Dare, which features a faux documentary style and candid interviews with himself as well as K-pop personalities Jo Kwon and IU.

Before Truth Or Dare, Ga-in, 26, appeared as a guest star in the video of Luo's hit Mandarin club banger Cast The Net Of Love. But he stressed that he is not biased towards Korean beauties.

"Of course I'm open to working with my fellow Taiwanese female artistes, or artistes from other parts of Asia too," said Luo.

"So long as they can bring forth fresh chemistry between us, they are more than welcome to work with me."

Local fans of his groovy dance anthems One Man Show, Count Me In and My Queen would be elated to know that he's bringing his Over The Limit: Dance Soul Returns World Live Tour to the Singapore Indoor Stadium next month.

While the concert is billed as an "encore presentation" of his show here last March, Luo promises "new, exciting elements".

"I dare say that 90 per cent of my upcoming concert is entirely different from last year's, be it the stage design or costumes," he said.

"Musically, we also made sure that there is more depth to the content of the concert this time round."

This article was published on April 23 in The New Paper.

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