Shirley Kwan (關淑怡)’s 2-day “Philip Stein Your Favorite Shirley Kwan Suk E in Concert 2013” sizzled on its opening night on Saturday, with revealing costumes and exceedingly suggestive sexual dance moves.
Despite claiming to be recuperating from a flu, Shirley was no less sensational in her opening songs where she sang renditions of classics from Anita Mui (梅艷芳), Leslie Cheung (張國榮) and Jackie Cheung (張學友). Looking ravishing in a tube dress and 5-inches heel, she belted out song after song with no sign of letting down.
When Shirley came back on stage after, she was dressed from head to toe in a body-hugging black lace leotard which left little to the imagination but definitely left her fans screaming for more.
Highly Sexual Dance Moves
The climax of the show must belong to the dance Shirley did with a male dancer who was dressed in black lace and high heels. Not only did Shirley allow him to touch her body, including the sensitive parts, they also engaged in an extremely suggestive dance. At one point, the male dancer gyrated against Shirley’s rear erotically. Not wanting to be outdone, Shirley turned and sat on the dancer, her hips swaying side to side. This led the male dancer to bury his face in her chest. Both were so engrossed in their dance that Shirley lost her balance and fell off the stage, bringing along some of the stage props. However, Shirley quickly regained her composure and continued with her performance.
Following that, Shirley engaged in another seductive dance with 8 other male dancers. Afterward, she invited Grasshopper (草蜢) on stage and together, performed a provocative song and dance item. Throughout her performance, Shirley appeared in a slew of revealing outfits, showing off her wild and sexy side.
Friends Giving Moral Support
Close friends such as fellow singers Joey Yung (容祖兒), Wyman Wong (黃偉文), Karen Tong (湯寶如) and sisters Kathy Chow (周汶錡) and Niki Chow (周麗淇) were present to give their support. Alan Tam (譚詠麟) was invited on stage to duet with her, where he rallied the crowd to give Shirley encouragement to continue singing and not suddenly disappear again.
Source: Oriental Daily
This article is written by Karen for JayneStars.com.