Singer Ah Moon Does Not Intend To Gain Popularity From Her Fashionable Dresses

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Ah Moon

Singer Ah Moon was temporarily banned to entertain due to her fashion dress in Grand Royal music concert.

Ah Moon

She was invited to Grand Royal event. Organizer asked her to come to back stage to change her dress during she is singing on stage. Then he showed her the newspaper about she is banned. She did not know anything about it and she does not have time to read newspaper. She just selected that dress will match with song and performance. She did not intend to gain popularity from dressing. Although audiences accepted her dress, some people could not accept fashionable dress. Some audiences even did not notice on her dress.

Ah Moon

Ah Moon

In that event, she is the first singer to perform and she was asked by organizer to come to back stage after singing one song. Turn of Singe Zwel Pyae who released “International Heart Broken Day” music album is after her. She continued her singing after changed her dress and she let the audiences know that she changed her dress. It was nuisance because audiences got lies. She planned to sing four songs. She was permitted to sing only three songs in reality and she even did not know about it. In the future, she will look only the face of audiences and she won’t care anything. She learnt as lesson and she will ratiocinate about her dress before event. She also does apology to audiences. She likes the dressing of Hollywood singers so that she dressed like that.
Ah Moon

Ah Moon

Ah Moon

She planned to release her “The Love You Give” DVD music album on time but it was late because one of the song “In Your Dream” song was banned by censor due to her kneel was revealed during shooting at beach in Los Angeles, United States. Ah Moon was leader of “Me and Ma Girl” music band and they stand in foreign country until early 2012. One of their songs “Mingalapar” is popular in foreign country. Her group returns to country with the special permission of President U Thein Sein for the Myanmar people from foreign countries.
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