Chinese reality show Sisters Who Make Waves unveils third season line-up

(From left) Fiona Sit, Cyndi Wang and Myolie Wu are participants of the third season of Sisters Who Make Waves. PHOTOS: FIONA SIT/WEIBO, CYNDI WANG/WEIBO, MYOLIE WU/WEIBO

CHANGSHA - Popular Chinese reality television series Sisters Who Make Waves has unveiled the line-up for its third season.

One of the biggest names on the list is Korean-American singer-actress Jessica Jung, 33, a member of K-pop group Girls' Generation who left the group in 2014. She has since launched solo EPs, ventured into acting and written two novels.

Chinese singer Na Ying, 54, who won season 2, and actress Ning Jing, 50, who won season 1, will also return to the show, which featured 30 female celebrities aged over 30 vying to form a girl group, the organisers announced on Tuesday (May 17).

Other famous names in the third season are singers Charlene Choi, 39, and Gillian Chung, 41, of Hong Kong pop duo Twins, who just celebrated their 21st anniversary in show business.

Also taking part are Taiwanese singers Cyndi Wang, 39, and Valen Hsu, 47.

Wang is famous for songs such as Cyndi Loves You (2004) and Honey (2005) and for starring in Taiwanese idol dramas such as Heaven's Robe (2004) and Momo Love (2009).

Hsu is known for songs such as Sea Of Tears (1996), The Clouds Know? (1996) and Sunlight Airport (1997).

Hong Kong actress Myolie Wu, 42, who has starred in TVB dramas such as Triumph In The Skies (2003) and Wars Of In-Laws (2005), is also on the list.

She will be joined by Hong Kong singer Fiona Sit, 40, Taiwanese actress Amber Kuo, 36, and Taiwanese TV host Liu Han-ya, 43.

Chinese actress Wu Jinyan, 31, who played consort Wei Yingluo in popular Chinese period drama Story Of Yanxi Palace (2018), is also on the list.

There is also an athlete taking part in Sisters Who Make Waves - Chinese aerial skier Xu Mengtao, 31, who won China's first Olympic gold medal in the women's aerials at the Beijing Winter Olympics in February.

The third season of Sisters Who Make Waves is scheduled to be aired on the Mango TV app every Friday from May 20.

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