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Singer keeps mum over wedding plan

Singer keeps mum over wedding plan

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After being rumoured to be dating a big spender, Chhet Sovan Panha is said to be about to marry him.

The 24-year-old singer, who works for Hang Meas Entertainment Company that also owns a TV station, is notorious for her private life, rather than her career as a singer.

Previously, she was rumoured to be in a relationship with a Cambodian-Canadian man who spent thousands of dollars throwing a birthday party for her.

Recently, a source close to her revealed that she is going to marry the man soon.

The singer would not respond to the rumour.

“I cannot say anything. You have to ask my agency first,” she said.

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