Golden Bell Awards winner Butterfly Chien releases debut album

Xu Fei China Plus Published: 2017-12-23 15:50:56
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Butterfly Chien, a host on popular television show 100% Entertainment, has showcased her talent for singing by releasing a six-track album titled Black Butterfly.

Butterfly Chien promotes her new album on December 21, 2017 in Beijing. [Photo provided to China Plus]

Butterfly Chien promotes her new album on December 21, 2017 in Beijing. [Photo provided to China Plus]

Show Luo, Butterfly's co-host on 100% Entertainment, arrived in Beijing from Taiwan to help promote the new album.

The pair clinched the award for Best Host for a Variety Show during the 52nd Golden Bell Awards in September.

Singer, actor, and television show host Show Luo (right) attends a promotional event in Beijing for his co-host Butterfly Chien (left). Butterfly Chien showcased her talents as a singer by releasing an album on December 21, 2017. [Photo provided to China Plus]

Singer, actor, and television show host Show Luo (right) attends a promotional event in Beijing for his co-host Butterfly Chien (left). Butterfly Chien showcased her talents as a singer by releasing an album on December 21, 2017. [Photo provided to China Plus]

Earlier, the CEO of Creativity Entertainment Ltd., Show Luo, announced that 700 thousand yuan has been invested in helping Chien arrange her first-ever solo concert in Taipei.

Butterfly Chien is the first artist to be signed by Shuo Luo’s Creativity Entertainment Ltd.

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