We knew that Chow Yun-fat had to have a good reason for not attending Friday's huge Crossing Borders Fund-raising Show, which saw more than 150 artists perform in aid of tsunami victims. 'He is working on a western movie and has a new hairstyle,' said Chow's wife, Jasmine Tan Hui-lian. She did not specify which movie, but CitySeen believes it could be Disney's sequel to Pirates of the Caribbean, starring Johnny Depp. 'It's specified in the contract that he mustn't expose his hairstyle before the movie is out, so he couldn't make it to the show,' she said. However, Chow has made donations to the tsunami victims and is auctioning a signed black-and-white picture for fund-raising purposes. He wasn't the only one to suffer a hair crisis over the show. Organiser Eric Tsang Chi-wai told CitySeen he had been concerned that his quirky, blond hairstyle, designed for his TVB show Super Trio Continues, would not be suitable for the occasion. 'It didn't match the solemn and mourning atmosphere, so I just had it all cut off,' said Tsang, whose yawns betrayed the long hours he spent working on the Crossing Borders show.