Aaron Kwok Fu-shing is back in the news again. The dancer-turned-singer has made it known his next big goal is to do a Broadway-style stage musical. At a Nokia phone event on Thursday, the 40-year-old, who recently signed a deal reportedly worth as much as HK$50 million to join Richard Li Tzar-kai's entertainment arm Music Nation, said his new company was likely to try to do an Asian version of The Phantom of the Opera in the near future. Excitedly, Kwok revealed that discussions were under way. 'The Phantom of the Opera is on our list,' said the singer. 'I love the story and the music very much. Yet if we finally decide to do it, we have to make a lot of changes, like adding more dancing elements and translating it into Chinese.' Another possibility, he said, was to write an original play on his own. 'Whatever it is, it must be a romantic love story. As a singer, to do a musical has always been my dream, and I hope to realise it before my 45th birthday.' Call us cynical if you like, but we just don't see a facially scarred phantom with a beauty product endorsement deal.