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Tuesday March 7, 2006
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s pop darling Siti Nurhaliza has finally admitted it – there is already someone special in her life.
“Yes, I am seeing someone right now,” she said, in response to questions from the media, which had linked her romantically with a local businessman known only as “Datuk K.”
“You can say I am very happy now. But I am not settling down or making any wedding plans.”
She made the comments during the Breakfast with the Stars event yesterday organised by Star TV in conjunction with the 78th Academy Awards in Los Angeles.
“Do you have anyone special in your life?” asked a reporter.
To this Siti, who was clearly in a happy mood replied: “Yes.”
She, however, declined to elaborate.
Throughout the brief interview, Siti’s short answers were often laced with giggles and laughs.
Siti, who won the Best Dressed award at the Star TV event, looked elegant and glamorous in a gown created by Radzuan Radzwill.
Although she refused to reveal the mystery man who had won her heart, the pop princess’ body language showed she was very much in love.
Over the past year, there has been much talk about the romance between Siti and “Datuk K.”
The nearest that Siti had previously come to admitting that there was someone special in her life was during an awards ceremony at Genting Highlands last week, when she dedicated her Most Popular Female Artiste win to orang yang tersayang (my loved one).
When asked, who was her “loved one”, Siti said: “The person is very significant in my life. Well, it could be a journalist, you know.”
But Siti had tongues wagging during a charity event, also last week, when she and Ace Group chairman Datuk Khalid Mohd Jiwa came in matching outfits.
Khalid wore a purple batik shirt while Siti was glowing in a purple gown complemented by purple orchids in her hair.
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