On January 6, Show Luo (羅志祥) finally completed his three-day concert in Taiwan’s Taipei Dome, the first stop for his Over the Limit World Live Tour. With four sold-out shows already under its belt, Show’s Over the Limit World Live Tour has grossed over 120 million TWD.
Vicious incest rumors concerning Show and his mother have recently been circulating around the Taiwanese media. At the after-party press conference of his concert, Show exclaimed, “I really don’t care what the rumor says, but I really want to educate those who say I am incestuous, because those people really don’t know what ‘love’ means!”
Show then turned to his mother, who was standing beside at the time, and kissed her on the lips.
Show also apologized to his mother for his “menstrual” behavior in the past month. He explained that the pressure of performing well for the concert had given him mood swings. He formally apologized to his mother at the press conference, and hugged her tightly.
The singer-actor also revealed that in order to maintain his physique and energy for the concert, he ate nothing but his mother’s chicken soup in the last three days. In the months leading up to the Taipei concert, Show dropped from 77 to 67 kilograms. Show disclosed that his manager wanted him to keep up with his current figure, but Show shook his head and said, “No way. It’s too hard. Right now, I just want to eat well!”
Show, who is named as the hottest celebrity of 2012 in Taiwan, was slammed for releasing multiple repackaged editions of his latest album. Claims were made that Show and his music label, Gold Typhoon, were digging a “money pit” with the fans’ money.
Show’s Taipei concert was also accused for cheating more money off from fans. Show reassured, “I am not a singer who cheats money from fans! I want to have everyone see my talents and hard work. I sing live! I don’t cheat.”
Asked if Show plans to set up a new challenge for his next concert, Show said honestly, “The next challenge I should do is the 48-hour sleep challenge.”
Show’s next stop for the his Over the Limit tour is Hong Kong, which will be held at the Hong Kong Coliseum from January 18 to 21.