In May 2011, G.E.M. became the youngest female artist to hold solo concerts at the Hong Kong Coliseum when she took to the prestigious stage at the age of 19. These landmark concerts also kicked off her Get Everybody Moving 2011 world tour, which brought her to Australia in August, back in Hong Kong for a second leg in September, Guangzhou and Macau in October, a limited theatrical run in Hong Kong in November, and Canada in December. The pop sensation was in top form and she spared no effort to entertain her audiences, bringing the house down with a string of hit songs and hot dances. Now the unforgettable concert is released on Blu-ray, and it's time you put that live G.E.M. in your collection!
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Have you watched G.E.M Tang - Get Everybody Moving Concert 2011 yet? What did you think about it?