Popular singer Leo Koo Ku-kei was so overwhelmed by the support of enthusiastic fans at his first concert of the year that he burst into tears. Hundreds turned out at the Ko Shan Theatre in To Kwa Wan to hear him deliver his hit songs. The show was organised by Hit Radio 997 as part of its Monthly Super Star promotions. This project is aimed at providing an avenue for promising young singers to further their careers and showcase their material. 'Singing is my favourite hobby,' said Koo, who admitted he was having some doubts about a showbiz career. 'There was no chance at all for me to sing in front of an audience . . . I was frustrated and wondering if I had the courage to develop my singing career.' Koo stressed that he could not have come this far without the support of his family: 'I cordially thank my parents for their painstaking care and my brother's encouragement and support.' Joining Koo on stage were friends and fellow celebrities Lui Yu-yeung, Hacken Lee, Karen Mok and rock band Black Box. Lui and Koo also presented a short play entitled If Life Has One Hour Left.