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Thursday, August 26, 2010

Bernice Liu Won't Watch Moses Chan and Charmaine Sheh Flirt With Each Other

Bernice Liu and Michelle Wai attended to FUJIFILM beauty event yesterday. In order to match with the event, they wore orange dresses. But to mourn for the dead in the Philippine hostage crisis, Irene Wong attended in a black dress.

Bernice has been busy filming series and practicing dance and kungfu for an event this Saturday. She lost some weight because of her busy schedule and even her dress didn't fit her. She said: "Because the organization required us to wear orange clothes. I went to buy it offhand but it didn't have my size and there wasn't time to fix it." Because she didn't tape important areas, she had to constantly take deep breaths to avoid exposing.

Asked whether she watched rumored boyfriend Moses Chan and Charmaine Sheh's new series "Can't Buy Me Love," Bernice said she wants to watch it but she has been busy. Whether because she doesn't want to see Moses and Charmaine flirt with each other? Bernice denied: "Actually, it's suitable to watch comedies at this time."

Source: Mingpao / Translation: KAY @ Kay's Entertainment

'Monga' Replaces 'Hear Me' to Compete in the Academy Awards

Taiwanese movie "Hear Me" (聽說) was picked to represent Taiwan to compete in the 83rd Academy Awards 'Best Foreign Film.' However, it became disqualified because its release date isn't in the required time period. After the Government Information Office held another meeting, they decided to replace it with "Monga" (艋舺). Actors and staff from "Monga" are very excited. But director Doze Niu calmly said: "It's more important for us to film this movie as good as we can. As for other things, would only respect and appreciate them. Maybe be happy when we are able to get nominated."

Mark Chao is unsuitable to appear too happy because his movie replaced good friend Ivy Chen's movie. He said embarrassingly: "I feel bad for 'Hear Me' too. But that's not something I can decide at." Just returned Taiwan from England, Rhydian Vaughan said happily: "Last summer, we were filming in the sun, blood, and sweat. Today, hearing this good news, brothers, it's worth it!" Producer of "Monga" Li Lie Ping also said calmly: "Not much feelings about it. To me, 'Monga' is the past. The new film I'm filming is the present."

Source: China Times / Translation: KAY @ Kay's Entertainment

Sharon Chan Has A Bratty Personality, Into Her Character Anytime

Sharon Chan plays a bratty princess new series and said she rarely play this type of character. But in reality she actually has a boy personality. So this time she is just playing herself, even has less NG as usual.

Rarely perform in a comedy, Sharon plays a bratty princess in "Can't Buy Me Love" and in the end she is kicked out from the palace and has to be a common person. She disclosed she took some time to prepare to perform the feeling of 'falling from heaven to hell': "Because it was fun playing with Charmaine, Fala, and Linda, but in one scene, I had to focus emotions and remember my scripts when I received it. I also told company to film my part at the end, wait until I'm into my character."

Talked about playing a bratty character, Sharon said it wasn't hard to her: "Always argue with Charmaine in the series, it wasn't hard, because I was just being myself. Same with Charmaine. So less NG!" Although the series has a starry cast, but there weren't any rumors and disputes. Sharon said during filming, it was when Kara Hui won 'Best Supporting Actress' and 'Best Actress,' making all actors continued to work hard. Kara was happy to share her acting experiences."

As for another veteran actor Susan Tse, Sharon expressed Susan said she looks like her daughter, so the two got along well, Sharon said: "Sometimes during filming, I didn't know how to perform, I would call Susan to ask her. She was good enough to get to work an hour earlier to teaching, making me very touched."

Source: Oriental Daily / Translation: KAY @ Kay's Entertainment

Cheryl Yang Shows Off Her Back in 'Zhong Wu Yen'

Netziens have been hoping Cheryl Yang can show some skin in TTV/SETTV's "Zhong Wu Yen." In this week's episode, the drama listens to viewers and Cheryl would show off her back. In order to prevent exposing, she put four layers of protection on her body.

When filming commercials in the past, Cheryl also showed her back, but usually she is facing the camera. This time facing Chris Wu, she first put on pasties, Nubra, then a layer of tape on her NuBra, lastly using her hands to cover her breasts. She joked: "This is perfectly safe!"

Source: UDN / Translation: KAY @ Kay's Entertainment


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