Taiwanese singer, Jolin Tsai, stunned the crowd after the performer performed a racy rendition of her hit single, "Play," for the crowd of the Mnet Asian Music Awards 2015 held in Hong Kong. The artist took the stage clad in a sexy black dress and knee-high boots alongside a group of male dancers.
"Play" was first released as a single a little over a year ago and is included in her 13th studio album. However, the hit song which was dubbed by Time Magazine as 2014's Best Pop Music Video has taken a fresh new form with Tsai's sexy dance number on stage.
In addition to performing, Tsai also won the Best Asian Artist Award Mandarin category in the same night, according to K Music.
The Asian dance queen recently ended her world tour with a final performance in Taiwan last month where she kicked off the string of concerts that took her all over Asia. Her most recent album also titled "Play" won the Best mandarin Album of the Year from the Golden Melody Awards in Taiwan prior to her heart-stopping MAMA performance. reported CNTV.
Meanwhile, fellow Taiwanese artist Chou Tsuyu and her band won the "Best New Female Artist Award" this year.
South Korean groups, BIGBANG and EXO, were the biggest winners of the night each taking home four trophies.
International superstar, Psy, hosted the awards show last week, switching from English to Korean to Chinese to cater towards the growing diversity of audiences as MAMA becomes more widely popular around Asia. The show was also broadcasted around the world for non-Asian viewers, according to KPop Starz.