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G.E.M. gets Singapore fans moving

10:07am IST - 01:09

Rising Hong Kong-based pop singer G.E.M. performs her first concert in Singapore. Yiming Woo reports.

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Her name is Gloria Tang, but she's better known by her sparklier stage name, G.E.M -- which stands for Get Everybody Moving. The 23-year-old singer, who's based in Hong Kong, is performing in Singapore for the first time. And because of overwhelming demand, there's going to be three shows instead of one. G.E.M. already sings in Mandarin, English and Cantonese -- but she wants to add more to that list. (SOUNDBITE) (English) HONG KONG POP SINGER, GLORIA TANG, ALSO KNOWN AS G.E.M, SAYING: "Maybe now I have Mandarin song and Cantonese song, but in the future I hope I can explore more of the different, like, opportunities. Maybe I'll learn Korean or maybe - because I just learnt some Singlish - very Shiok." After the show, fans said she definitely lived up to her name. (SOUNDBITE) (English) AUDIENCE MEMBER, SHARNEY, SAYING: "It's really exciting and really gets everybody moving." G.E.M. shot to fame after taking part in a reality singing competition in China last year.

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G.E.M. gets Singapore fans moving

10:07am IST - 01:09

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