British and American Idols heat up H-Artistry

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British and American Idols heat up H-Artistry

VietNamNet Bridge – The H-Artistry show at Hanoi’s Quan Ngua Sports Palace on June 16, was very hot with the voices of David Cook, Alexandra Burke and Thanh Bui.

American, British Idols arrive in Vietnam for H-Artistry

American and British Idols to perform in Vietnam

The show attracted thousands of people, including many Vietnamese beauty queens and celebrities.

Celebrities on the red carpet before the show:

Vietnamese American singer Thanh Bui

Alexandra Burke

David Cook

The three artists pose together

Miss Vietnam World 2007, Ngo Phuong Lan (middle).

Ngo Phuong Lan.

Miss Vietnam Universe runner-up, Vo Hoang Yen (red) and Miss Vietnam 2006 Mai Phuong Thuy.

Miss Vietnam 2004, Nguyen Thi Huyen.

Miss Vietnam Ethnic runner up, Truong Thi May and TV host Anh Tuan.

Actress Ngo Thanh Van

Miss Vietnam 2008, Thuy Dung

Thuy Dung and Miss Vietnam World 2010 Diem Huong.

Beauty queen Duong Thuy Linh

Model Pham Thuy Duong

Miss Vietnam runners-up, Ngoc Oanh and Thuy Van (red).

Model Ngoc Quyen

Model Truc Diem

Vietnam Idol 2010 runner-up, Van Mai Huong

Singer Tung Duong

Singer Duc Tuan

Singer Ngoc Khue

DJ Tri Minh

The show in pictures:

Vietnamese American singer Thanh Bui opens the show by “Quiet Love”, with piano.

He is the only one who gets off the stage to shake hand with fans.

Alexandra Burke appears after Thanh Bui’s first song. She performs

two songs “Broken Heels” and “All Night Long.”

Burk dances very sexily, making the audiences excited.

Miss Vietnam, Mai Phuong Thuy; Miss Vietnam Universe runner-up, Vo Hoang

Yen; actress Ngo Thanh Van and model Ngoc Quyen stand up to cheer Burke.

Burke finishes her show by her hit “Bad Boys”.

Fans call the name of David Cook before he appears on the stage.

The American Idol brings his band to Vietnam this time. He begins with “Declaration”.

Guitar plays an important role in Cook’s show.

After the first song, he said in Vietnamese “Xin chao Viet Nam” (Hello Vietnam).

David Cook and Alexandra Burke sing a duet “Rolling in the Deep” to close the show.


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