Queenzy Cheng Cause of death, age, net worth, husband, children, illness

Queenzy Cheng

Queenzy Cheng in full, Cheng Koon Si was a Malaysian actress and singer who died on 28 November 2023.

Queenzy Cheng was famous for releasing Chinese New Year albums over the last two decades, both as a solo artist and as a member of the girl group M-Girls.

She also performed across other genres, from classical music to musical theatre and pop.

Queenzy Cheng
Queenzy Cheng died suddenly on 28 November 2023, She was 37.

Queenzy Cheng Cause of death

Queenzy Cheng died suddenly while filming a video production on 28 November 2023.

The cause of death has not been officially confirmed, but some sources have speculated that she suffered a heart attack or a stroke due to overwork and stress.

Her fans and fellow celebrities have expressed their shock and grief over her untimely passing.

She will be remembered for her talent and charisma as a singer and actress.

 

Queenzy Cheng Age

Queenzy Cheng was 37 years old when she died on 28 November 2023. She was born on 26 February 1986 in Kangar, Perlis, Malaysia.

Her musical career began when she was five, performing solo in a relative’s wedding reception. She gradually transformed into an artiste, launching her debut at the age of eight.

Famous for releasing Chinese New Year albums over the last two decades, Queenzy also performed across other genres, from classical music to musical theatre and pop.

Queenzy Cheng

Following her success of her albums, Queenzy collectively formed M-Girls in 2001 with three other emerging artistes; Angeline Khoo, Cass Chin and Crystal Ong.

The M-Girls’ debut album and subsequent releases won multiple awards, and M-Girls was quickly dubbed the S.H.E of Malaysia.

Their albums were not only the fastest-selling albums in the history of Malaysian Chinese New Year albums, but also in the Asian region. To date, M-Girls have released more than 17 albums.

In 2017, Queenzy collaborated with Taiwanese model Tom Chang to release the single titled “Don’t Be Shy”. The single was recorded in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and filmed in Taipei, Taiwan.

On 9 October 2017, Queenzy announced on her Facebook page that she would be releasing her 2018 Chinese New Year album solo, since M-Girls were taking a break. She also invited her fans to participate by submitting their lyrics to be part of that year’s album.

Queenzy revealed that she was releasing the 2018 You Are The Best! album with guest celebrities including Wei Wei and Tedd Chan on 15 November 2017.

In 2018, Queenzy collaborated with Crystal Ong to reproduce an online single similar to their 1995 album (Double Stars Bring Luck).

They reproduced the song (Lucky Fortune) with almost identical costumes, composition and filming methods.

On 15 October 2018, Queenzy announced that she would release her album Queenzy and Friends in 2019 with guest celebrities including Chan, Veron Lin as well as PongPong, Jeii Pong, and Gaston Pong .

Queenzy Cheng

Queenzy Cheng Net worth

Queenzy Cheng’s net worth is estimated to be between $1 million and $5 million.

Queenzy Cheng Husband

Queenzy Cheng was not married at the time of her death. She did not have a husband.

Queenzy Cheng Children

Queenzy Cheng had no children. She was not married at the time of her death. She did not have a husband or any children.

Queenzy Cheng Illness

Queenzy Cheng died suddenly on 28 November 2023 while filming a video production.

The cause of her death has not been officially announced, but some sources have speculated that she might have suffered from a heart attack or a stroke. She was 37 years old.

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