‘All Rise’ for the wedding extravaganza of the season (and perhaps the year) as Chryseis Tan and Faliq Nasimuddin held their much-anticipated reception, with live performances by Blue and Westlife’s very own Shane Filan!
As our readers may know, Chryseis is the daughter of one of Malaysia’s most prominent tycoons, Tan Sri Vincent Tan, and Faliq is the son of the late founder of the local conglomerate, Naza Group.
This wedding was truly the meeting of two local dynasties, and no expense was spared for the reception.
Through the weekend, Netizens around Malaysia were treated to photos and videos, both professional and amateur, of the wedding reception and its proceedings under the hashtag, #chrysfaliqeverafter
While the food and the deco were obviously top notch and received a lot of love, it was the entertainment that really caught people’s attention.
The pair had brought over popular artist and 90’s heartthrob, Shane Filan from Westlife.
Westlife, of course, were also known for several popular pop hits in the 90’s and the early 2000’s. These include a cover of Billy Joel’s ‘Uptown Girl’, Terry Jacks’ ‘Seasons in the Sun’, ‘Flying Without Wings’, ‘When You’re Looking Like That’, and ‘If I Let You Go’.
They were joined by popular English boy band, Blue, known for their hit songs, ‘One Love’, ‘You Make Me Wanna’, and ‘All Rise’.
Local celebrities and social media influencers were seen having a ball of the time at the wedding itself!
Netizens on Twitter and Instagram had a field day posting, liking, and sharing posts that showcased the performers at the wedding.
— azzy sadiq (@azzysadiq) July 8, 2018
Some described the wedding as a 90’s girl’s dream wedding, while others described it as pure goals AF.
No expense was spared to make the event one for the age, packed with memories the happy couple and their guests would treasure for the rest of their lives.
We at Sevenpie wish the couple a wonderful life of happiness and good fortune!
Also, could you hook us up with Shane Filan’s phone number? Asking for a friend.
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