Coco Lee (李玟) and her billionaire hubby Bruce Rockowitz spend $20 million on their century wedding celebrations on Thursday and Friday in Hong Kong.
Half of that, around $10 million, is spent on six-star hotel accommodations and ticket fares for 300 friends and relatives.Around $3 million is spent on private jets to fly international superstars, including Oprah Winfrey and Jennifer Lopez.
Their wedding rings are worth nearly $3 million but the couple refused to disclose the brand.Other expenditures include $330,000 on hiring a PR company to prepare the wedding, over $33,000 on her Vera Wang wedding gown, and $1 million of jewelry sponsored by Piaget.
The two-day celebrations started on Thursday evening when the couple held a Jewish ceremony at the Sky 100 Observation Deck.Bruno Mars, Alicia Keys and Ne-Yo were invited to perform at the ceremony and the wedding party.
Coco Lee (Chinese: 李玟; pinyin: Lǐ Wén), born on 17 January 1975, also known by her official English name as Ferren Lee, is a Hong Kong Chinese pop singer, songwriter, record producer and actress born to a Chinese Malaysian father and a Hong Kong Chinese mother. Coco Lee is the only Asian artist to have multiple top-three singles in the MTV Asia Hitlist. “Do You Want My Love” also entered the US music charts. Her first full-length English album was Just No Other Way. Coco Lee speaks Cantonese, Mandarin Chinese and English fluently.
Coco Lee is the first and only Chinese person to perform in the Oscars, singing the Academy Award nominee for Best Original Song, “A Love Before Time”, from the movie Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, in the 73rd Academy Awards in Los Angeles.Coco Lee provided the voice of Mulan in the Mandarin version of Disney’s animated feature of the same name.In 2001, Asia Weekly magazine named Coco Lee as one of the most powerful people in Asia on their Power 50 list.