During a recent event, the singer revealed that Alex would visit nightclubs at least four times a week and said that he would give their son junk food. It was the among the top 20 best-selling albums in Taiwan in 2001. According to our records, Kelly Chen is possibly single. She held 12 shows in Hong Kong in July, named "Kelly Dynacarnival World Tour, Hong Kong" (陳慧琳飛天舞會演唱會). A month after the initial launch, there were over 3 million downloads and, to date, the accumulated figure is over 6 million.

30 Sep – Hong Kong singer Kelly Chen will be celebrating her third anniversary with husband Alex Lau on 2 October. The couple married in 2008, and currently enjoy an idyllic life with their two sons. At the TVB 8 Awards Presentation Chen took home three awards for "Hope" including the Song Award, World's Most Popular Cantonese Song, and Most Well-Liked Female Singer in mainland China. She released her Cantonese album Ask Kelly that February.

1999 and 2000: Starring in the television drama Don't Be a Cry Baby with Japanese star Kyoko Fukada and performing two concerts in Fukuoka, Japan in 1999, Chen increased her Japanese fanbase.

Her film debut was in 1995, in Whatever Will Be, Will Be (仙樂飄飄, Xian Yue Piao Piao, literally Heavenly Music Floating in the Air). "Wind, Flower, Snow" is a very popular song in Hong Kong.

Kelly also explained her initial "complaint" that Alex was feeding their son with junk food.

music, With Greenpeace, she has made commercials to promote awareness of environmental protection in 2006.[7]. Besides the world tour, Chen performed 10 concerts for school children in Taiwan. Chen went to North America, where she performed concerts in Chicago, Atlantic City, Los Angeles and Toronto all as a part of her world tour in May. She later toured China where she performed in Guangzhou, Huizhou, Zhongshan, Chengdu, Shanghai and Beijing. She has been spokesman of many top well-known brands. Since Kelly’s workload is quite busy, it is difficult to be a one-hundred percent responsible mother. 1996: Chen released her first Mandarin language album, I Don't Think So (我不以為), in, Taiwan, Malaysia, and Singapore, which sold over 150,000. She was appointed as the "Pass-it-On" Ambassador by the Hong Kong Red Cross and attend its Christmas campaign to visit the John. She was appointed a Hong Kong Goodwill Ambassador in 1998. She was an ambassador for the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC).[9]. Kelly Chen Wai Lam’s son, Chace is already ten months old. "Alex doesn't have the time to see Chace much, so Chace would stick close to me. [4], Chen speaks fluent Cantonese, and in various degrees of fluency, Mandarin, Japanese, and English.

She was also voted "CCTV Most Popular Female Singer " (第七屆中央電視台音樂電視大賽港澳臺及海外華語歌壇最受歡迎女歌手) by forty-five million Chinese people in 2004. She gave birth to a 6.5-lb second baby boy, Riley Lau, on 21 March 2012. In 2005, her song "Hope" (希望) from the Korean TV series Dae Jang Geum (大長今) was popular in Hong Kong and mainland China. [5], In 1994, while still a student at Parsons The New School for Design, Chen made two commercials, one for Shanghai Beer and one for the Bank of Hong Kong. Chen gave birth to her second baby boy on 21 March 2012 weighing 6.5-pound. For for male actor, see, Learn how and when to remove this template message, Independent Commission Against Corruption, The Boys' and Girls' Clubs Association of Hong Kong, A Chinese Ghost Story: The Tsui Hark Animation, "Louis Koo is 2014's highest-earning celebrity", "Kelly Chen weds long-time love in lavish ceremony worthy of a Canto-pop dream", Chen shown in Innovation Entrepreneur website, "Kelly Announces Her Marriage During Concert. However, rumours are surfacing that the couple's marriage might be a bit shaky, according to a report on XinMSN's website. Chen had promised that if the number of downloads were to go over 10 million, she will distribute the earnings to the staff. Chen donated $600,000 for the 2008 Sichuan earthquake. It was ranked at 98th best-selling movie in 2006 in Japan's box office history.

Chen boosted her status as a Chinese pop music diva in Asia entertainment industry. Besides performing her Dynacarnival concert in Hong Kong, Chen travelled to Sydney and Melbourne, Australia to perform. "A couple needs to accommodate each other's habits, since they live together.

Chen soon took her "Dynacarnival" to North America by performing in Atlantic City, Toronto and San Francisco.

[8] That same year, she was invited to represent Hong Kong to attend the ABU Prizes – Presentation & Special Concert in the NHK Hall in Tokyo. Chen was later appointed by the Hong Kong Girl Guides Association as "Girl Guides Millennium Goodwill Ambassador", which led her to visit Inner Mongolia to investigate the way young children were living and the health and food services they were receiving.