Top Ten Chinese Golden Songs|Lin Jiaqian, Xu Tingkeng and Xie Anqi were not shortlisted for COLLAR and competed for the Female Newcomer Award (19:38) – 20230207 – SHOWBIZ

RTHK’s “Top Ten Chinese Golden Melody Awards Concert” will resume in May this year. RTHK has posted a voting website on its official website, with the theme of “Top Ten Chinese Golden Songs for the 95th Anniversary of Broadcasting”. This year’s voting website There are 6 awards for music fans to vote for, including “Top Ten Chinese Golden Melody Awards”, “Excellent Pop Singer Award”, “Excellent Pop Chinese Song Award”, “Most Promising Male Newcomer Award”, “Most Promising Female Newcomer Award” and the “Global Chinese Supreme Golden Melody Award”, but the shortlist has aroused heated discussions among netizens.

Some netizens discovered that at the Xincheng and Chizha Awards Ceremony, the singer-songwriter Lin Jiaqian, who swept away many awards, was completely absent from the voting list of Chinese golden songs, while Xu Tingkeng, Xie Anqi, Chen Baiyu, Chen Lei and Cen Ninger, etc. Can be shortlisted for the “Excellent Pop Singer Award”, but Aaron Kwok, Chen Xiaodong, Andy Lau, Alan Tam and Ekin Cheng, etc. were shortlisted.

In terms of newcomer awards, the girl group COLLAR had two songs that entered the Chinese song dragon and tiger charts last year and took the top positions, but they were not nominated for the “Most Promising Female Newcomer Award”; as for the “Most Promising Male Newcomer Award” , Wei Junsheng, who just released the new song “The First Fan” earlier, was in time for the last train to compete for the awards.

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