Joyce Cheng Yan-yee is a Canadian singer, writer, and actor who was born in Hong Kong on May 30, 1987. She is the daughter of Adam Cheng, a singer/actor, and Lydia Shum, a late Hong Kong comedian.
Cheng has Shanghainese ancestry through her mother’s side and Sze Yup descent through her father. She has been the subject of numerous media articles because of her issues with weight.
She was 226.5 lbs (102kg) when she was young. At the age of 16, Cheng embarked on a rigorous training regimen in an effort to address her weight problems. Her exercise regimen was documented in her book dubbed “My Weight Loss Diary.“
Joyce Cheng Weight Loss
Joyce Cheng recently disclosed that she has lost 20 pounds of weight in just three months, despite originally saying she was done trying to reduce weight.
The then overweight singer worked so hard to reduce her body to an attractive shape.
The singer, who is the offspring of the late actress and comedian Lydia Shum, revealed in a recent interview with “The Popcorn Show” that she was able to lose weight by following a ketogenic diet.
“Many individuals have questioned whether I mind being thin or obese. I wouldn’t mind as much if I weren’t in this line of work, but I really enjoy dressing nicely” She spoke.
Joyce said that although she doesn’t feel that becoming slender will make her particularly attractive, it was difficult for her to purchase clothing when she had her prior form.
“I don’t want to spend the entire day online clothing buying. Not that there is a problem. Personally, I enjoy combining expensive brands with budget options. But when you perform, you must respect the audience and the stage” She spoke.
What is Joyce Cheng Weight?
At her heaviest, Joyce Cheng weighed 230 pounds (104kg) but she has now loss weight. She now looks slender and thin as compare to her early stage photos.
She also admitted that her tight diet and training schedule caused her to feel lightheaded due to low blood sugar.
“Body weight is not a factor in happiness! I won’t live for other people, becoming more at ease in my own skin,” She said.