Viewership ratings for the 23rd Golden Melody Awards surge, peaking with S.H.E.’s comeback performance
The Golden Melody Awards, Taiwan's equivalent of the Grammy's, was held amidst much fanfare as powerhouse S.H.E. performed as a group after a 19-month hiatus.
Viewership for the glitzy awards show tallied to an impressive 5.3 million or 5.77 percent, the highest in 12 years. S.H.E.'s performance chalked up the highest number of viewers and a 3D tribute to the late Feng Fei-fei came in a close second.
With Selina's first performance after her filming accident and S.H.E.'s powerful performance, the trio hit highs of 8.27 percent viewership ratings or an average of 1.8 million viewers per minute.
Mickey Huang, the host for the awards, humbly attributed the record to the collaborative effort between the Ministry of Culture, the broadcast station and artistes. The first-time host was in high spirits and expressed his gratitude towards everyone's support.
Source: Xin MSN
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