Tony Leung Chiu-wai says he would rather act than sing on stage, but he still took the mic at the April 1 Miss You Miss Leslie memorial concert for the singer-actress Leslie 'Gor Gor' Cheung Kwok-wing. The 45-year-old star of 60 films (right) drew applause when he crooned his late friend and co-star's 1983 hit The Wind Continues to Blow, but the concert's music director, singer Jacky Cheung Hok-yau, says he had never seen Leung so nervous before his act. 'Tony kept calling me up days before the concert,' he says. 'I could tell he was so nervous because he hadn't been calling me for such a long time. He said he worried that he wouldn't be able sing as well as Gor Gor, I told him no one could and there was nothing to worry about.' Leung says singing is a rare challenge. 'I don't go to karaoke,' he says. 'The last time I sang was a couple of years ago when I performed at Gor Gor's [memorial] concert [in 2003]. I only sing once in a few years.' But Leung says he and Gor Gor had been friends since their 1997 filming of Wong Kar-wai's Happy Together and he'd sing in her memory again. 'It's meaningful and a good way to commemorate a friend, even if it may kill more of my brain cells,' he says.