Elva Hsiao warns ‘something big about to happen,’ draws concerns

Taiwan singer Elva Hsiao announced that something big is about to happen. (Courtesy of Elva Hsiao's management company)

TAIPEI (The China Post) — Taiwan singer Elva Hsiao (蕭亞軒) warned that something big is about to happen in a post to her Weibo account on Tuesday night, sparking concerns among her fans. 

“Something big is going to happen,” she wrote. “But sooner or later, it is not good news.” She added: “I hope you understand my friend.”

“Something big is going to happen,” she wrote. “But sooner or later, it is not good news.” She added: “I hope you understand my friend.”(Courtesy of Weibo)

The unexpected post has led many to express concerns about her condition and twisted relationship with Taiwan’s showbiz industry.

The 40-year-old singer confirmed her relationship with 25-year-old boyfriend Justin Huang (黃皓) earlier this year. She released a new album last November after she had vanished from stages for two years due to an unspecified illness. 

The 40-year-old singer admitted her relationship with her 25-year-old boyfriend Justin Huang (黃皓,left) and released a new album last November. (Courtesy of Facebook/Elva Hsiao)

The couple is featured in one of her newly-released music videos, “In a Heartbeat.”

In April, the singer posted an image of her traumatic head injury and stitches at a hospital to Instagram, leaving her fans concerned about her well-being.

Since being signed to a record deal in 1998 after competing in a singing competition, Hsiao has gone on to release fourteen studio albums and has achieved great commercial success within the Mandopop music industry.

Hsiao was once recognized as one of the four most popular female singers in the Chinese-speaking music scene.