Kelly Chen Wai-lam's concert this week didn't end with a bang, thankfully. At about 10pm on Monday, the last night of her Lost in Paradise concerts, some bored or malicious person told police that if Chen went near the audience for handshakes, he would set off a bomb at the coliseum. This information was kept from fans and Chen - concert organisers simply told her the encore had to be cancelled. 'I found it strange when they told me not to shake hands with anyone,' said Chen, 'but fans had their hands out as I was on my way out and I shook them anyway, not knowing. Thank goodness nothing happened'. Celebrity guests including Miriam Yeung Chin-wah, Andy Hui Chi-On, Joey Yung Cho-yi and the Cookies were told about the bomb threat and escorted from the coliseum before the encore. Good thing the bomb threat was a hoax, because if there had been an explosion, the police would have had a lot of explaining to do about why only the 'special people' were notified. Chen had this to say to the prankster: 'Why are you wasting so much time? With the tsunami recently, the world is messed up enough as it is.'