Hồ Ngọc Hà

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Hồ Ngọc Hà
Ho Ngoc Ha at the 2009 Asia Song Festival 2.jpg
Born
Hồ Ngọc Hà

(1984-11-25) 25 November 1984 (age 34)
Height1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
ChildrenNguyễn Quốc Hưng
Musical career
GenresR&B, blues, soul, pop
Occupation(s)Singer, model
Years active2000-present

Hồ Ngọc Hà (born 25 November 1984)[1][2] is a Vietnamese model, pop singer, actress and entertainer.

She debuted her singing career by releasing the first album titled 24/7 back in 2004. The album was a hit and it helped her to make an appearance in Asia Song Festival in Korea.[3]

As being brand ambassador of Sunsilk, she cooperated with the brand to release new album and later run on tour campaign. Her second album Tìm Lại Giấc Mơ (Finding Dreams) was released in 2010 along with many mini projects which were later released in 2011. At the end of 2011, she released her 6th album named Invincible - Sẽ Mãi Bên Nhau with same title head single.

She won 2 awards among 12 nominations, including Golden Apricot Blossom Award, HTV Award, Green Wave Award, Golden Album, Yan Vpop 20. In April 14, 2012, she won Favorite Female Singer Award with 14.216 votes at HTV Award.[4]

Along her singing career, she was also acting and made appearance in TV dramas such as Hoa Cỏ May, the movies 39 Độ Yêu (39 Degree of Love) and Chiến Dịch Trái Tim Bên Phải (Right Heart Campaign). She has been the brand ambassador of Sunplay, Toshiba, Sony Ericsson, Sunsilk and also an ambassador of music channel YanTV.

Career[edit]

She was born in An Cuu, Hue City but later moved to Quang Binh Province with her parents. She is French-Vietnamese; as her father is French-Vietnamese.[5] Therefore, she owns a nickname as Ho An Tay of which "An" is from her father's name and "Tay" is used to refer his mixed blood. Her parents worked in banking field. When she was 12 years old, she lived apart from family as she was enrolled in piano major[6] at Military Art and Culture College and lived in dormitory instead. When she was 15 years old as her height was already 1,73m, she decided to pursue modelling and gained a few awards such as: runner-up of Ha Noi Supermodel, first prize winner of Vietnam Supermodel and runner-up of Asia's Model Searching competition. In 2003, after moving to Ho Chi Minh City, she made an appearance as being a singer for the first time at Người Đẹp Hát show. Afterward, songwriter Quoc Bao invited her to take part in one song of his upcoming album. Being highly rated from Người Đẹp Hát show and songwriter Quoc Bao altogether, she decided to pursue singing.

In 2001, she was chosen by director Luu Trong Ninh to portray a character in TV drama Hoa Co May, the drama was aired in Saturday Cinema Show on VTV3 at the time. Her first on-screen debut is Huong - an American-Vietnamese girl with tough personality. At that time, she was studying Piano Major at Military Art and Culture College. During this time, she had lots of rumors regarding love. The most infamous one was Huy MC in mid 2014 which led singer Phuong Thanh slapped Ngoc Ha in the name of her friend who is Thu Phuong. However, later in an interview, Phuong Thanh shared that she only warned to do that via model Xuan Lan and it never happened.[7] In 2010, they performed the song Đêm Nghe Tiếng Mưa (Listening to Night Rain) together at Song Ca Cùng Thần Tượng (Duet With Idol) show, their relationship is fine as they often compliment each other on many stages.[8]

She made a breakthrough with the album 24 Giờ 7 Ngày (24 hours 7 days). In the first album ever, she already made her first hit as the song 24 Giờ 7 Ngày (24 Hours 7 Days). However, being a model still prevented her from making much success in music industry, but it was a firm foundation to prove her own position.

2001: Career debut[edit]

In 2001, she was chosen by director Luu Trong Ninh to portray a character in TV drama Hoa Co May, the drama was aired in Saturday Cinema Show on VTV3 at the time. Her first on-screen debut is Huong - an American-Vietnamese girl with tough personality. At that time, she was studying Piano Major at Military Art and Culture College. Although her acting career was short-lived, the audience was still impressed by her.

In 2005, after the release of 39 Độ Yêu (39 Degree of Love) and Chiến Dịch Trái Tim Bên Phải (Right-heart Campaign), she temporarily stopped acting to focus on singing instead.

2004: Debut album 24 Hours 7 Days[edit]

She came to Hanoi and met musician Huy Tuan in order to discuss the implementation of her first album.[9] After that, Huy Tuan began working on her debut album as a producer, which was named as 24 Giờ 7 Ngày (24 Hours 7 Days), which was released in 2004 by Viet Tan Studio.[10] The songs in the album were produced by Tuan and were composed by famous songwriters such as Duc Tri, Nguyen Xinh Xo, Hong Kien, Duong Thu, An Hieu and Huy Tuan.[10] In the album, the song with same name as the title gained a lot of success and was performed by her on various music shows. In spite of much investment, this album did not make much resonance for her because the album was not widely advertised and there was no promotional music video,[10] until her nude "art" photos were posted online; then her name was mentioned everywhere. In addition, that was when feelings emerged between her and musician Duc Tri. Tri is a close friend of musician Huy Tuan, so the album used his song Hôm Nay Anh Đến (Today He Comes). After that, Tuan introduced two acquaintances and their feelings at the time were a great concern of the media.[9]

2005: Và Em Đã Yêu and start acting again.[edit]

She signed a record deal with songwriter Duc Tri's Music Faces Records, they then worked together for her second album following Huy Tuan's advice. Her next album title is Và Em Đã Yêu (And I'm In Love), which was released in June 2005 by Music Faces Records and Phuong Nam Films. The album was well made primarily focusing on Ho Ngoc Ha's strong image. There were 5 songs in the album composed by Phuong Uyen, Ho Quang Minh and Duc Tri, the 5 other songs were her old songs remixed. Two hit songs of the album were Đêm Nghe Tiếng Mưa (Listening to Night Rain) and Và Em Đã Yêu (And I'm In Love) helped Ho Ngoc Ha become well-known afterward.

After the release of second album, she came back to acting in TV drama version of 39 Độ Yêu (39 Degree of Love) consisting 16 episodes - which used to be a 90 minute in length movie that had been released in several Vietnam box office previously. The drama was not as impressive as expected and received lots of negative critics from the audiences. VnExpress said the movie was a "messy magic show" with "terrible cut from the original".[11] Later, she joined the movie title Chiến Dịch Trái Tim Bên Phải (Right Heart Campaign) released in June 10, 2005. On the contrary of 39 Độ Yêu (39 Degree of Love), this movie gained plenty of positive reviews from the audiences, Hoai Nam from Tuoi Tre Newspaper wrote a list of "5 reasons that you should watch Right Heart Campaign"[12] along with many compliments from the audience toward her acting. After this movie, she stopped to focus on singing (it was not until 2015, she made a cameo in the movie Hy Sinh Đời Trai by Tan Beo which was released in August 21, 2015)

2006: Muốn Nói Với Anh and Ảo Ảnh[edit]

Before running her tour in the US, she and other artists together worked on her third album named Muốn Nói Với Anh (I Wanna Tell You). The album was released in December 15, 2006 by Music Faces Records and Galaxy Studio in Vietnam and later on iTunes in the US in December 19, 2016 by Music Faces Records. Huy Tuan and Duc Tri co wrote the album, while Ho Ngoc Ha also wrote the head single herself and two old songs added from last two albums. There were 3 hit songs in this album including Muốn Nói Với Anh (I Wanna Tell You), Giấc Mơ Chỉ Là Giấc Mơ (Dream Is Only Dream) and Đời Bỗng Vui (Life Is Unexpectedly Happy)

During that time, Ho Ngoc Ha and Duc Tuan released an album named Ảo Ảnh (Illusion) which was a collection of classic songs from famous musicians such as Y Van, Van Phung, Ngo Thuy Mien, Pham Manh Cuong, Do Le, Trong Khuong and Huynh Anh. The album was released in Vietnam by Music Faces Records and in the US in October 9, 2006 by Music Published and Pops Worldwide.

2007-2009: Khi Ta Yêu Nhau, The First Single and Và Em Đã Yêu Tour[edit]

In 2007, she recorded her next album Khi Ta Yêu Nhau (When We're In Love) released by Music Faces Records. However, the album wasn't widely advertised and promoted, thus there was no hit in the album, therefore it was considered as a flop of her career. Also in that year, on Sức Sống Mới Show, host Thanh Mai and Trung Dung carried an interview partially regarding her love and career. However, it was said by a source that she had already broken up with Duc Tri for 1 year already.[13] This stirred lots of confusion but she officially made the announcement regarding the rumor as: "Right now, I'm being at the peaceful stage of my life. Lots of people are curious of why I look so happy though I've had gone through a break up recently. But it's my real feeling. I love with all of my heart therefore once I break up, I regret nothing".[14] Years after the official break up, she still kept on working and collaborate with Music Faces Records.

In 2009, she was officially back on stage with the album The First Single after 2-year hiatus. This time especially, Duc Tri wasn't a part of the album's production but by many young musicians such as Duong Khac Linh, Hoang Anh and Hung Lan instead. Many copies were sold and received plenty of positive reviews from the audience. Xin Hãy Thứ Tha (My Apology) featuring rapper Suboi is considered one of the best songs of her career. She performed the English version of Xin Hãy Thứ Tha named My Apology at Asia Song Festival in Korea.[3]

According to Korean audience, this is the first time ever Vietnam representative defeated other Asian opponents due to her charming look. She was compared with My Tam and Ho Quynh Huong who joined last years.

At that time, she became brand ambassador of Sunsilk Vietnam. In order to promote Sunsilk and her album, she ran Và Em Đã Yêu Tour across Vietnam starting in September 2009. The ticket was sold by exchanging Sunsilk shampoo containers for ticket in return.[15] The tour started from September 27, 2009 in Ho Chi Minh City to October 10, 2009 in Can Tho, along with many guest artists such as Dam Vinh Hung, Dan Truong, Phan Dinh Tung, Quang Vinh, Pham Anh Khoa, Cao Thai Son, Lam Truong and Nguyen Vu.[16] Và Em Đã Yêu show was live on HTV7 and Sunsilk's official website.[16]

2010-early 2011: Having baby and come back[edit]

In mid 2010, it was rumored that Ho Ngoc Ha was being pregnant with businessman Nguyen Quoc Cuong. She admitted to be pregnant shortly afterward, regarding the father's identity of the baby which she avoided mentioning on the news, however she hoped Cuong would be a responsible father and husband for her and her baby.[17] Lots of sources said that Ho Ngoc Ha dated Cuong for money and fortune[17] since Cuong is widely known as the son of the successful businesswoman Nguyen Thi Nhu Loan, one of the richest businesswomen in Vietnam with trillion billion Vietnam Dong worth of property. Following this incident, it was revealed that she used to get married at the age of 16.

After giving birth, she came back with her new album titled Tìm Lại Giấc Mơ (Finding Dreams) in 2010. She recorded the album while being pregnant[11] and the release was made right after giving birth. This was the first album without Duc Tri's anticipation and also the last album released by Music Faces Records, Duc Tri openly supported her departure and shared his thought accordingly as: "It's totally normal when she leaves. Personally, the most important thing is what remains between those who stay and those who leave".[11] The album was released in Vietnam in July 10, 2011 and in July 21, 2011 in the US on iTunes. The album included songs written by songwriters Nguyen Hong Thuan, Quoc An, Hoang Anh, Duong Khac Linh and Hoang Huy Long. Especially, Thêm Một Lần Vỡ Tan (One More Break Up) was composed and written by Ho Ngoc Ha herself. However, the song was shown to allegedly have lots of resemblances with Kylie Minogue's Red Blooded Woman.[18] Speaking of this incident, she said that two songs were completely different, thus she wasn't responsible for the final production and remix whatsoever.[19]

In the promotion for the new album, she continuously cooperated with Sunsilk to hold a small show Tìm Lại Giấc Mơ in 2010, with same guest artists like the previous show but this time, V-Music band and Ha Anh Tuan were newly added.

Ho Ngoc Ha and V-Music band partnered up for their album Ngày Hạnh Phúc (Happy Day) released in August 2010 in Vietnam; August 2 on iTunes. This was her second duet album and the first song without the production of Duc Tri and Music Faces Records, the third time collaboration with Viet Tan Studio. Nikkon was the sponsor of this album.

2011: Invincible[edit]

Until mid 2011, she released two new singles Sao Ta Lặng Im (Why We Keep Silence) (written and composed by Nguyen Hong Thuan) and Nỗi Nhớ Đầy Vơi (Nonstop Missing) (featuring Noo Phuoc Thinh) which both made remarkable moves on various music charts. Shortly afterward, the ballad single Một Lần Cuối Thôi (Last Time) was released as an opening for her sixth album Invincible - Sẽ Mãi Bên Nhau (Forever Together) which was scheduled to be released at the end of 2011. This album was the collaboration between her, Duong Khac Linh and Thanh Bui significantly working on R&B, album's master was done in Studio Syd (Australia) by Lenon Zervos (this studio has previously worked with Lady Gaga, Kanye West, U2...). The head single Invincible was filmed in Hollywood Studio, USA which was her most invested music video of all times, the plot of the music video was generated by Ha herself in which she portrayed an alien coming back to Earth in order to rescue her lover from the enemy. Danny Do directed the music video but a lot said that this video resembled Katy Perry's ET. The second single Từ Ngày Anh Đi (The Day You Went Away) (composed by Nguyen Hoang Duy) was exclusively aired on YanTV. The director was Tran Dinh Hien who had had lots of awards, in this video she portrayed Egyptian Queen Cleopatra, this is a unique portray and also the first time show up in Vietnamese music industry.

Her 2011 live concert occurred on December 15 at Lan Anh Club - Ho Chi Minh City. This was the biggest liveshow of her 8-year career and directed by Viet Tu. The budget was officially announced as 5 billion Vietnam Dong. In the liveshow, she performed lots of her songs and at the same time satisfied the audience with her well prepared performances. 25 songs were included in the liveshow which impressed the audience greatly.

The liveshow was nominated at Devotion Award 2011 in April 2012.

2012: The Voice's Coach and The Second Single[edit]

Following multiple successes throughout the years, Ho Ngoc Ha and V.Music band released a new project I Love You. I Love You is the collection of 8 songs about love composed by: Nguyen Hong Thuan, Quoc An, Phuc Bo, Phuong Uyen and Kien Tran.

Vietnam was the second country that was allowed to air The Voice after Korea. The judge included Dam Vinh Hung, Ho Ngoc Ha, Thu Minh and Tran Lap. In order to become one of the judges, she had spent lots of time and effort, also had a small vocal cord surgery.

In 2012, she won Favorite Female Singer award at HTV Award.

She is also the judge of Centaur Dance Showdown - an international dance competition. She was invited to the show where Vietnam team competed with other teams from different countries, along with Singaporean hip hop dancer Sheikh Haikel and famous Japanese breakdancer Katsuyuki Ishikawa.[20]

In September 2012, while being a judge of The Voice Vietnam, she surprisingly released a new single Đắn Đo (Wondering) including two songs Đắn Đo (Wondering) (composed by Phuong Uyen) and Chôn Giấu Một Tình Yêu (Hidden Love) (featuring Le Quyen) composed by Luong Bang Quang. Beside, Runaway was also attached in the single which is the English version of the song Mãi Mãi Về Sau.

She shared her thought about this single as: "Life is colorful and youth is dreamy, however when you grow up, simplicity is the most important thing in life. With this single, I want to present that simplicity with foremost depth within. From music video to CD design, which should be touching towards everyone. Hopefully the audience will have chance to discover themselves, get to know new things, who knows if they could find themselves in my songs. Don't walk in the same path of emotions and music genres".[21]

Đắn Đo (Wondering) was chosen to be head single. Before the release, Ha and her team kept revealing sneak peek of the song which made it appear on top search. However, the audience was somewhat disappointed once it was officially released due to its unique rhythm and lyrics. Ha herself claimed that Đắn Đo (Wondering) is not a catchy song and it needs time. She shared: "Lots of people wonder why I've chosen difficult paths this time, instead of the same old style; personally thinking, being safe in music is boring".[22]

2013: Got To Dance judge[edit]

Ho Ngoc Ha had a catwalk with supermodel Thanh Hang in an enormous dress inspired by poisonous mushroom designed by Cong Tri, in 11th Đẹp Fashion Show. She was a judge of Got To Dance along with dander Alfredo Torres, Vietnamese-American hip hop dancer Dumbo and dance choreographer Tran Ly Ly. She was the face of Samsung and many other commercials.

In August 5, 2013, at Asian Music Stars Show held by China's CCTV with the participation of many singers from 10 countries and regions, she performed live two songs Runaway (Mãi Mãi Về Sau) and Hãy Thứ Tha Cho Em (Please Forgive Me).

In August 12, 2013, Hãy Thứ Tha Cho Em (composed by Duong Khac Linh, written by Hoang Huy Long) and Giấu Anh Vào Nỗi Nhớ (Keep You In My Thought) (Chau Dang Khoa) were released in two different music styles. Her unique voice was concentrated with nice dance choreography and her perfect figure. There were three music videos in three different styles for this song, which had hardly happened in Vietnam music industry. In the making of these versions, she and 50 people crew kept working in 4 days at several studios in District 2 & 9 (Ho Chi Minh City) for 15 different sets, 12 uniquely designed costumes and 1 month for post production. At 16th Green Waves Award, she won "Single of the Year" Award for Hãy Thứ Tha Cho Em and Top 10 Favorite Singers.

2014: X Factor and Ho Ngoc Ha Live Concert 2014[edit]

In May 12, 2014, she released the album Mối Tình Xưa (Old Love) which was inspired by classic genre from 10 years ago. The album included 11 songs composed by Duc Tri, Nguyen Hong Thuan, Chau Dang Khoa, Pham Toan Thang,...with classic love song vibe. "It could be said that I use these 11 songs to tell a story about my 10 year including career, love and failure" - she shared.

She got a deal to be a judge of X Factor's first season in Vietnam. Despite poor rating, she still contributed her best and became the most favorite judge among the jury. She also gave a hand to help Giang Hong Ngoc win the top prize. At the same time, she released the music video for My Baby (composed by Do Hieu).

In November 20, 2014, her Live Concert was held in Gem Center, Saigon. Talking about this liveshow, she revealed to be performing musical play. Her 8 hits were linked together to make a 40 minute long emotional musical story with powerful and beautiful choreography by John Huy Tran and Ngoc Tu. She even decided to invite John-Paul "JP" San Pedro - a famous American dancer and choreographer who used to work with Janet Jackson, Jennifer Lopez, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Miley Cyrus,...to be a part of this liveshow. Live Concert 2014 was the milestone of her 10-year singing career.

2015-2016: Love Songs and The Face Vietnam[edit]

After teasing behind-the-scene photos, the producer of the movie Hy Sinh Đời Trai continued to reveal more detail about the movie. Along with Tran Bao Son, director Luu Huynh's new movie was greatly contributed by 30 artists in plenty different fields, including Ly Hung, Phuoc Sang, Binh Minh, Than Thuy Ha, Dinh Y Nhung, Tuyen Map, Andrea Aybar, Cat Phuong,...among the cast, "King of the Box Office" Thai Hoa and "Queen of Entertainment" Ho Ngoc Ha were announced to be participating in the movie. She originally debuted as a model-actress and become well known by TV drama Hoa Co May and the movie 39 Độ Yêu (39 Degrees of Love) in 2000s. After switching to singing, she had never come back to acting. In Hy Sinh Đời Trai, her role was a cameo.

At the end of April 2016, she officially became one of three coaches of The Face Vietnam with Miss Universe Vietnam Pham Huong and Miss Ao Dai Lan Khue. Her team member Phi Phuong Anh won the first prize.

After releasing two singles Destiny and What is Love? with Tội Lỗi (Guilty). In May 2016, after a big tabloids targeting at her personal life, she held Love Songs concert in Ho Chi Minh City, which marked her first ever appearance after big scandal of being a "third wheel". Several months later, Love Songs concert was held in Da Nang and Ha Noi; Houston, San Diego, San Jose, Denver, Dallas, Atlanta (America) and Australia, with another 4 concerts in Europe. Later, Love Song - Cả Một Trời Thương Nhớ concert was held in August 22, 2017 at Gem Center.

2017-present[edit]

She has dated actor Kim Ly ever since, after tabloids about her divorce with ex-husband Nguyen Quoc Cuong, being a third wheel with businessman Chu Dang Khoa and the rivalry with singer-actress Minh Hang in The Face Vietnam.[23] In 2018, she released her cosmetic line named M.O.I.

Artistic[edit]

Style of performance[edit]

In an interview, she said that after seeing Beyonce performing in Bangkok, Thailand, she began to "learn Beyonce's performing style" and shared that Beyonce is "my favorite artist that I look up to".[24]

Zing Music Award 2012 awarded her "Singer of The Year". Her dance choreography at Asian Song Festival 2009 was so impressive.

Image and Fashion Icon[edit]

Ho Ngoc Ha used to be considered one of new generation divas and indeed was nominated for Vietnam Diva - 2005 New Generation. However, she withdrew her name from the list herself saying "she hasn't greatly contributed anything".[25]

She was named "Queen of Advertisement" when lots of brands and companies chose her to be the face for their brands. YanTV Channel had her as their ambassador.

Personal life[edit]

In April 21, 2001, at the age of 16, she was assumed to get married and even pregnant with a businessman in Ha Noi.[26] The marriage was short-lived due to disagreement from the mother-in-law. On 20 April 2010, Hà confirmed in an interview that she was pregnant.[27][better source needed] The father, Nguyễn Quốc Cường, more commonly known as "Cường dollar", is said to be one of the richest men in Vietnam, though she prefers to keep quiet about their relationship. "I never wanted to talk to the press about Cường. If my lover was not Cường, there would have never been this kind of manhunt. But this is normal curiosity, and nobody knows the truth better than me. I've got a stable career and at the age of 26, I have the right enter a new chapter of my life," she has stated.[28] She has also stated that the two have no plans for marriage. On 21 June 2010, Hồ Ngọc Hà gave birth to a baby boy, named Nguyễn Quốc Hưng, via caesarean section.[29] In Lunar New Year 2012, she and Cường had to submit the fine for not wearing helmets.[30]

In 2015, despite of not divorcing Nguyen Quoc Cuong,[31] she was rumored as the third wheel with businessman Chu Dang Khoa and his wife.[32][33] As the result, everyone began to boycott her. In first 6-month report of 2015, Ho Ngoc Ha wasn't included in Nguyen Quoc Cuong's relation.[34]

In 2017, she has officially dated Kim Ly after the break up with Chu Dang Khoa.

Charity activity[edit]

She is well known to be one who always takes part in many charity activities. She donated money for 20 families living under unfortunate condition in Hoa Hiep Nam Ward, which was up to 50 million VND in total.[35] In October 2009, she released a booklet named Những Khoảnh Khắc Của Hồ Ngọc Hà (Ho Ngoc Ha's Moments), until February next year, all the booklets were sold for 30 million VND. Especially in 2009, while being a guest at the auction Tết Làm Điều Hay (Doing Great Things In Tet), she auctioned the 72 year old golden apricot blossom named "Long Dáng Nghinh Xuân", however she didn't win. On her official website, she and her fanclub later donated 30 million VND from the sale of previous booklet release. In early 2011, she and other singers participated in the show Tổ Ấm Ngày Xuân by Citizen Committee of Ho Chi Minh City and Bureau of Ho Chi Minh City at Tao Đàn Park. At the show, she gave away 200 presents and 400 lucky money envelopes for orphans and children living in unfortunate condition in Ho Chi Minh City. For being wholeheartedly devoted in society and charity activities, she was also rewarded with an honorary from Citizen Committee of Ho Chi Minh City.[36] Later, she and other artists together held the show Ngày Hạnh Phúc (Happy Day) with the consulting from journalist Ngô Bá Lục from vnMedia in March 8, 2011. The organization of Ngày Hạnh Phúc (Happy Day) released an official statement on the website as those who would be able to receive their gifts would be "lottery sellers, cleaning workers, street vendors, casual labors, homeless children, trash collectors,...families that living under the bridges or bus stops. Those won't be certainly confirmed but based on on-site evaluation from the volunteers".

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Albums[edit]

Singles[edit]

Performances[edit]

Year Title Sponsor Venues Notes
2009 Tour: "I fall in love" (VÀ EM ĐÃ YÊU) Sunsilk universities in Ho Chi Minh City, Ha Noi Capital, Da Nang City, Da Lat City, Can Tho City, Hai Phong City. 35,000 attendees
2010 Liveshow: "Find A Dream " (Tìm lại giấc mơ) Sunsilk, YAN TV, HTV (HCM Television) Ho Chi Minh City, Ha Noi Capital 12,000 attendees
2011 Liveshow: Hồ Ngọc Hà live concert 2011 Sunsilk, YAN TV, HNH productions. Ho Chi Minh City Production cost: 5 billion đồng
2014 Liveshow: Hồ Ngọc Hà live concert 2014 HNH productions, GALA Nhạc Việt, Sunsilk, YAN TV, 38 Flower, Zing Mp3, Ashley Furniture, Khơ Thị, VP Bank, M. Ho Chi Minh City 2,000 attendees
2014 -2015 Tour: Hồ Ngọc Hà tour xuyên Việt Sunsilk, Con Gà Trống, LAVIE, VIETJET AIR, GALA Nhạc Việt, HNH productions, OPPO. universities in Ho Chi Minh City, Ha Noi Capital, Da Nang City, Can Tho City. 5,000 - 10,000 attendees per night
2016 Live show: Love Songs (Tình Ca) GALA Nhạc Việt, HNH productions, OPPO. Ho Chi Minh City, Ha Noi Capital 800-1,000 attendees per night

Awards[edit]

Years Awards
2000
  • II Super model HaNoi
2001
  • I Vietnam Super model
2002
  • II Asian Model Search
2003
  • Favorite model, Fashion club
2005
  • Best new artist, the 8th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
2006
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), the 9th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
2007
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), the 10th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Singer of the Year Contribution Award, The Thao & Van Hoa (Sport & Culture) newspaper
  • Best Album, Gold Album music awards (for "To tell you")
2008
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), the 11th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Best Album, Gold Album music awards (for "When We Love Each Other")
  • Best style, Mot magazine
  • Top 3 Best Female Artist, the 2nd HTV Awards (HCMC Television Network)
2009
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), the 12th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Artist of the year, the 12th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Top 3 Best Female Artist, the 3rd HTV Awards (HCMC Television Network)
  • Best Female Artist, the 3rd HTV Awards (HCMC Television Network)
  • Friendly Artist, the 3rd HTV Awards (HCMC Television Network)
  • Best style, Mot magazine
2010
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), the 13th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), the 1st Zing music awards
  • Top 10 song of the year, the 1st Zing music awards
  • Best style, the 1st Zing music awards
  • Best style, Mot magazine
2011
  • II Best Activity Generating Brand Volume, Promotion Marketing Award of Asia - PMAA
  • Best Music Video, the 1st YAN VPOP 20 Awards (YAN TV)
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), the 14th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Album of the year, the 14th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Concert of the year Contribution Award, The Thao & Van Hoa (Sport & Culture) newspaper
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), The 17th Golden Apricot Award, Working Class magazine
  • Best Female Artist, The 17th Golden Apricot Award, Working Class magazine
  • Top 10 song of the year, the 2nd Zing music awards
  • Top 10 music video of the year, the 2nd Zing music awards
  • Top 10 album of the year, the 2nd Zing music awards
2012
  • Top 3 Best Female Artist, the 6th HTV Awards (HCMC Television Network)
  • Best Female Artist, the 6th HTV Awards (HCMC Television Network)
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), the 15th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Album of the year, the 15th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), The 18th Golden Apricot Award, Working Class magazine
  • Best Female Artist, The 18th Golden Apricot Award, Working Class magazine
  • Best Female Artist, the 2nd YAN VPOP 20 Awards (YAN TV)
  • Artist of the year, Ngoisao.net
  • Artist of the year, the 3rd Zing music awards
  • Best music video, the 3rd Zing music awards
2013
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), the 16th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Single of the years, the 16th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Best artist (top 20 finalist), the 3rd YAN VPOP 20 awards (YAN TV)
  • Top 3 Artist of the year, the 4th Zing music awards
  • Top 10 Best music video, the 4th Zing music awards
2014
  • Nominees Best Southeast Asian Artist, The 20th MTV Europe Music Awards (MTV EMA)
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), the 17th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Album of the year, the 17th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Artist of the year, the 5th Zing music awards
  • Album of the year, the 5th Zing music awards
  • Artist of the year, thebox.vn
  • Best artist, YOA (Yan Online Awards)
2015
  • Best dressed of the night, Elle Style awards Vietnam
  • Best style female singer of the year, Elle Style awards Vietnam
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), the 18th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Best artist (top 20 finalist), the 5th YAN VPOP 20 awards (YAN TV)
  • Contribution Award, the 5th YAN VPOP 20 awards (YAN TV)
  • Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, the 6th Zing music awards
  • Top music video, the 6th Zing music awards
  • Top song "Destiny", VIET NAM TOP HITS
  • Top song "Tội lỗi", VIET NAM TOP HITS
  • Top song "Em đi tìm anh", VIET NAM TOP HITS
  • Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, VIET NAM TOP HITS
  • Top 5 best artist of the year, VIET NAM TOP HITS
  • Top 5 music project of the year, VIET NAM TOP HITS
2016
  • Contribution Award, CMG Fitness & Entertainment Award
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), the 19th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Album of the year, the 19th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Artist of the year, the 7th Zing music awards
  • Album of the year, the 7th Zing music awards
  • Best artist (top 20 finalist), the 6th YAN VPOP 20 awards (YAN TV)

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