Kay Tse's win-win deal to reborn on TVB next month, Tuesday June 12, 2012
Jun 12 2012, 09:53 PM
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Source: Oriental Daily
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Kay Tse's win-win deal to reborn on TVB next month
In 2009, Kay Tse was evilly influenced by the whole TVB and Universal (HKRIA) royalty disputes, and hasn't been on TVB for two years. Her popularity rapidly fell as a result. Now that Universal finally freed her, and joined Fala Chen's record company "Stars Shine", she can finally reborn on TVB. According to sources, Kay's comeback show will happen on July 7th, where she participates in the TVB Jade's Red and White Battle.
It was said after Kay and Universal 'broke up', record companies Star Entertainment, Gold Label and AMusic all approached her, but Kay eventually decided for Stars Shine because the company was able to pay her the same Pop Queen salary for a two year contract. That means, it is likely she got an initial payment of nearly HK$2 million. Stars Shine's "invisible boss" Fala Chen (her boyfriend Sit Sai Hang, Neway Prince, is rumored as Stars Shine's secret owner), it was said she became a singer just for fun and for the convenience of her earning extra income through stage performances. Despite that, Stars Shine is clearly planning to heavily promote Kay to become the big sister of the company, therefore most of the resources are placed on her.
Yesterday, Kay's manager frankly expressed Stars Shine is one of the companies Kay is considering. As for Kay's comeback appearance on TVB Jade's Red and White Battle? He said: "For now, I have no comment. (Want to break the ice with TVB?) If both sides are sincere, of course we hope for opportunities to collaborate." Stars Shine's executive Herman Ho, was asked about Kay joining the company. He said: "Of course we are considering to sign her!"
Joyce Cheng, who is also a Stars Shine artist, loudly praised that its good Kay's joining her company as a Big Sister: "I'm happy there are more and more people in our company. I've seen and chatted with Kay before at events. She pays a lot of attention to my songs and likes my music. I'm not afraid of competition." Joyce's contract expires next year, but she frankly expressed the chances of her renewing the contract is very high: "My company treats me well and gave me a lot of opportunities. It's not good to keep switching companies."
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