Paris and Milan

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Paris and Milan
Genre Comedy-satire
Written by Lim Kar Yee
Directed by 梁美珊
Tan Bee Leng 陈美玲
Starring Patricia Mok
Michelle Tay
Dennis Chew
Ben Yeo
Country of origin Singapore
Original language(s) Mandarin Chinese, with some Singlish dialogue
Producer(s) Lim Kar Yee 林嘉仪
Kang Lay See 江丽丝
Running time approx. 30 min
Original network MediaCorp Channel 8
Original release 2 April 2009
Related shows The Noose
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Paris and Milan (女王本色) is a Singaporean Chinese comedy-satire variety show which aired on Channel 8 in 2009. Relevant issues such as the 2009 flu pandemic, "chopping"[1] and the local education system debates are parodied in the form of skits and scenarios which are fully filmed outdoors.[2]

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Critical reception[edit]

Dennis Chew's character Aunty Lucy was extremely well received by audiences. Previously, Chew was mostly known for being one of YES 933's most popular DJs but the popularity of the character further exposed him to television audiences.[3]

Star Awards Nominations 2010[edit]

Award Nominee Result
Best Variety Show Host Dennis Chew Nominated
Best Variety Programme Paris and Milan Nominated
Best Variety Show Writer Lim Kar Yee Won


  1. ^ "'Choped' seats with tissue, but elderly duo takes seats and tells us not to argue". STOMP. 11 November 2011. Archived from the original on 18 April 2013. 
  2. ^ "When Aunty's really an Uncle". TODAY Online. 25 August 2009. Archived from the original on 6 November 2009. 
  3. ^ "I just want to be myself". AsiaOne. 23 January 2012. 

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