One of the programs of the night include a game that involved everyone in the audience. Each table was given a task to collect a few items such as a Samsung handphone, a driver’s license, a man’s belt, a high heel shoe… and has to bring the collectibles to the stage by a male and a female. The four pairs who got to the stage first would get an ang pow (red packet) from the bride & groom. They then had to perform a dance with the accompanied music of cha-cha, twist, etc. The loudness of the audience applause would determine who wins the grand prize. It was quite a fun arrangement where everyone had a good laugh. The way Desmond interacted with people was effortless, he managed to set off their sporting self when he asked them questions. His choice of words was witty and most of the time comical. He spoke in Cantonese that night.
|Jan 2015 (Review provided to wedresearch via email)
We wanted William Lee but he was already booked therefore we engaged Desmond. Kinda worried about choosing him at first since there weren’t many reviews about him (compared to William) but he exceeded my expectations. Desmond knows his job well and great in engaging the audience. He was funny too.
Languages/ Dialect (Fluency): Chinese/Cantonese great, English side was alright for us. Price: RM3k
Rates: RM3000 (2015)