Just su­per!

Justin Lo treats Malaysian fans to a splash­ing good time.

The Star Malaysia - Star2 - - MUSIC - By SETO KIT YAN sky­seto@thes­tar.com.my

JUSTIN Lo sure knows how to have fun. The Malaysian leg of his Around The World Tour was a fun and quirky show which cul­mi­nated in a splash­ing beach party!

The Can­topop singing sen­sa­tion ser­e­naded his way into more than 7,000 Malaysian hearts at Sun­way La­goon Surf Beach, Petaling Jaya, Se­lan­gor, on Satur­day night when he clev­erly turned his hit song Erica into a song for Malaysia, Truly Asia.

Com­ment­ing on the ti­tle of his con­cert, which was or­gan­ised by Galaxy, Lo of­fered: “I de­cided to call this show the Around The World Tour be­cause I want to take the op­por­tu­nity to en­ter­tain you with dif­fer­ent mu­sic gen­res from around the world.”

Lo­cal singer Alvin Chong served as the open­ing act, while the Hong Kong-based band was led by vet­eran gui­tarist Pal Sin and com­prised renowned Hong Kong drum­mer Jun Kung and Jerald Chan (of Hong Kong mu­si­cal duo Swing) do­ing the pro­gram­ming, as well as a cer­tain Mrs Chan who ap­peared in a Panda out­fit singing Eury­th­mics’ Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This).

To­gether with his guest per­form­ers, Lo en­ter­tained fans with over 30 songs in Can­tonese and English dur­ing the three-hour-long show.

Mak­ing his grand en­trance in a flashy top hat and a tuxedo, Lo, who re­cently shifted base from Hong Kong to Bei­jing, kept fans singing along to his own pop­u­lar hits like B.O.K, Vo­lar, Kong, Nam Yan KTV ( Men’s KTV), Meng Ngang (Hard Life), Hou Yan (Good Guy), Hung Dei Jin (Stuck On You) and Ngo Yau Gam Yat (I Got It Go­ing For My­self).

Wow­ing the en­thu­si­as­tic crowd with his pow­er­ful vo­cals, the 35year-old singer also paid trib­ute to the King of Pop Michael Jack­son and Can­topop su­per­star Les­lie Che­ung with im­per­son­ations of both.

Lo sounded eeriely like Che­ung when he sang the late singer’s hit Nong Ching Mat Yi.

Lo, who was born in New York,

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