When Coldplay held its Music Of The Spheres World Tour concert at the KL's National Stadium Bukit Jalil on Nov 22, it broke a local record held by Datuk Seri Siti Nurhaliza for 19 years.
That night, the British band performed in front of 75,000 fans.
Previously, the Malaysian icon had the highest number of attendees with 70,000 fans at her 2004 Siti Nurhaliza Fantasia Tour concert held at the same venue.
But not one to back down, Siti had hinted at the possibility of organising another large-scale concert at the National Stadium Bukit Jalil, with more than 75,000 attendees gathered.
The 44-year-old hoped that this concert might become a reality before she retires from her singing career.
She shared this on X, formerly known as Twitter, on Tuesday (Nov 28): "... Will it become a reality or not?
"If I want to do it at the National Stadium Bukit Jalil again, it might be before I retire. I want it to be the most beautiful memory for everyone.”
In the comments section, the fans were excited at the idea of Siti holding a concert of that scale once again.
At the same time, some fans were more concerned about her talking about retiring from the industry.
"Don't talk about retirement anymore. We are not ready to lose Siti...,” wrote a fan
"Noo... Don't retire. We still want to see Siti Nurhaliza sing,” wrote another.