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| Sunday, December 23, 2007




Recently an "artiste asking price list" was posted on http://www.xinhua.org/. Jacky Cheung and Andy Lau were ranked top with an asking price of more than $700,000. When reporters went to check out the prices, it shows that this list of about 80-90% accurate.


From the surface, Jacky Cheung, Andy Lau, Jay Chou, Jolin Tsai were asking for $700,000 and above, some show promoters said that these prices can be lowered, take Andy for example, when he attend some show promoter's activities, if he was to sing 2 songs, it would be $1000,000 and above whereas Rain who is Korea first-line artist had to considered "international traveling cost" and his accommodation, it should be asking more than $1000,000. The show promoter think that it's really difficult to invite Hong Kong artistes as they don't attend whatsoever activities, he said: "Andy Lau always asked for a high price for us to bargain, if it's for CTV, it would need at least $100,000 to move him."


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