Kay Tse back in TVB music programme

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11 Jul - Due to the dispute between the Hong Kong Recording Industry Alliance (HKRIA) and TVB, former Universal Music singer Kay Tse has not been seen on TVB for over two years.

Few days ago, Kay Tse has finally made her reappearance on TVB in a blessing ceremony for TVB's musical programme named "Jade Singers Red and White Battle".

She revealed that she had gone through the contracting process with the company and she is very glad to be back in TVB. "I appreciate my participation in the said musical programme this time", she added.

Soon after Kay stepped back into TVB, many of TVB staffs and colleagues asked for her autographs. When the reporter asked for her future plans, she said she hopes to make more public appearances for other local television stations.

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