Ariel Lin Joins Daniel Chan's Concert

By M. Grace, August 01, 2018 02:08 AM

Ariel Lin and Daniel Chan(screenshot)

Famous Hong Kong singer Daniel Chan recently held a concert at the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center in Taiwan on July 28. And one of the popular personalities who joined him is the Taiwanese actress and singer Ariel Lin.

Ariel Lin was personally invited by Daniel Chan as his special guest performer for the said concert. The two sang the soundtrack of TV drama "Prince of Lan Ling."

After the performance, Ariel Lin shared that she once joined Daniel's fans club and received his autograph twice.

Daniel Chan also asked family matters to Ariel Lin, including if she has plans to have a baby. The Taiwanese singer and actress replied that she has plans to have her own baby, adding that her parents and grandparents were all present as audience that night.

Aside from Ariel Lin, Daniel Chan's two daughters went to the stage as special guests. Daniel Chan drew laughter from the audience when he kissed his older daughter but then she wiped it off from her face.

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