Taiwan music label HiM confirmed on Wednesday that Brunei-born actor-singer Wu Chun has decided to leave popular Taiwanese boy band Fahrenheit.
“Wu Chun expressed earlier this year that he ‘had no interest in singing and hoped to focus on acting’.
“HiM tried to persuade him and assured him better projects are being planned, in the hopes of keeping Wu Chun in the group.”
“But Wu Chun still decided to leave the group in the end,” said HiM in a statement.
“We respect his decision and wish him all the best in his future endeavours.”
The music label stressed that Fahrenheit, which debuted as a foursome in 2006, will continue to perform and release albums, albeit as a trio.
Brunei born pop star Wu Chun will be leaving Taiwanese pop group Fahrenheit. The star has confirmed that he will not be renewing his contract with Fahrenheit’s agency.
His contract is officially over, but he is expected to continue with Fahrenheit’s current activities, including a concert tour and endorsement deals which will last until May 2011.
It’s reported that Wu has planned to focus more on acting in future.
A screen cut from movie Butterfly Lovers starring Hong Kong actress Charlene Choi and Brunei born star Wu Zun, with the actor showing his muscles while filming one of the scenes…
The movie will premier in early October 2008.
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