Taiwan’s Cindy Wang Cindy has become a hot fashion icon in China this summer after taking part in the hugely popular reality show Sisters Who Make Waves and eventually winning the grand prize.
Thanks to the show, Wang, who turns 40 on September 5, is experiencing a career resurgence and has attracted the attention of luxury and beauty brands such as Louis Vuitton, Ralph Lauren, Valentino, Sisley, Fresh and Guerlain. increase. Over the past two months, she has graced the covers of Nylon and her August issue of the Chinese edition of InStyle magazine.
Popular songs like “Love You,” “When You,” and “The Peaceful Sea of That Summer,” performed in a contest Wang launched almost 20 years ago, have been played hundreds of millions of times on social media channels. I was. Since his youth, he has brought sweet memories to millions of people in China.
Moreover, immediately after her debut on May 20th with “Sisters Who Make Waves”, a video of a middle-aged man happily dancing to her song in front of the TV became a trend. Chinese version of TikTok.
Many of her fans were struck by her songs about love, growth and letting go at some point in their lives and began to support her, with state media such as CCTV, Xinhua News Agency and People’s Daily quickly calling for unification. The supporting Wang supports her comeback because she is seen as a valuable asset that brings the people of mainland China and those living on opposite sides of the Taiwan Strait closer together in the name of music.
By the competition’s finale, which aired on August 5, she was the country’s newest athlete, following Irene Gu, who took the internet by storm earlier this year after winning three medals for China at the Beijing Winter Olympics. Became a superstar.
Online viewers consider Wan’s commercial value to be very high as most of her fans are now in their 30s and 40s. She is in the spotlight as the face of luxury brands in the Chinese market.
Wang started his career in the entertainment industry in 2003 as a singer. She was dubbed the “Lover Goddess” by the Taiwanese media at the time, and she was one of Mandopop’s three princesses alongside Angela Chang and Rainie Yang. She has managed to stay relatively on top throughout her career despite her disagreements with her record label and gossip about her personal life.
Over a dozen of her songs are considered karaoke must-haves among overseas Chinese around the world.
In its third season, “Sisters Who Make Waves,” 30 female celebrities over the age of 30 compete for the spot of the debut girl group formed in the finals every season.
Many celebrities who had disappeared from the spotlight managed to make a comeback after joining the show, gaining new followers among the younger audience.