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TV host worries for career after job loss

TV host worries for career after job loss

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Singer Chan Sophany is looking for a new job at a TV station after her career as a host at SEATV came to an end and her hairdressing business closed down.

The 35-year-old and her singer boyfriend Zono shocked the entertainment industry when they eloped eight years ago.

The couple had been living in an apartment near the stadium where they opened a hair dressing business.

Now the love birds are living separately.

“I decided to move to my mother’s,” she said. “Now I’m looking for a job at a new TV station because I don’t want me and my child to depend solely on husband’s income."

Even though the singer admits having a fight with her husband and his family, she said, “I think it is a simple matter of a couple and in-laws. I don’t care because my husband still assures me that he loves me and my daughter.”

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