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Friday, November 5, 2010

Gillian Chung Hints Ronald Cheng Cheated

Lately it is reported Charlene Choi (Ah Sa) and Ronald Cheng are not legally divorced yet because Ronald wanted to get back with his ex. The report seems to blame the divorce to Ah Sa. As for the incident, Ah Sa's good sister Gillian Chung (Ah Gill) and manager Mani Fok commented on Weibo to speak for Ah Sa.

"No need to get mad, facts speak louder than words!," Mani wrote.

Then Ah Gill commented later. "You did what you can for the good of you both by not telling the reason for the divorce. It's not your fault."

Her comment totally hints Ronald has done something to cause the marriage to fall apart. Knowing she said something she should not said, Ah Gill immediately removed the comment from Weibo.

Yesterday she appeared at Metro radio and she expressed she does not want to talk about the incident anymore. "I just don't think it's fair for Ah Sa, that's it," she said, "You can't trust everything others said."

She denied Ah Sa told her to remove her initial comment and it is just she wants to avoid troubles.

Ah Sa and Ronald announced their divorce in March this year, stating it will be better for them both. They secretly got married in 2006 and had been hiding their marriage since then until a magazine exposed it all.

Source: Weibo / By: KAY @ Kay's Entertainment

Aaron Yan & Serena Fang's Bed Scene Makes Director Blush

Idol drama "Gloomy Salad Days" (also known as "Death Girl") ended filming lately. Ending nearly half a year of filming, female lead Serena Fang expressed she feels empty; but male lead Aaron Yan optimistically said ending is for another start off. He hopes to have different sparks next time collaborating again.

In the dinner party, director Chou Mei Ling exposed Aaron and Serena's "bed scene" made her blush. If she did not have to mind about TV restriction, the scene is absolutely over PG-13. She expressed these young actors intend to look for breakthroughs, but there are not many suitable projects for them and they end up being just plain idols.

Aaron is the one who is said the most idolized. But director Chou praised his acting is getting better and better. As for Serena, who gets rashes every time she puts on her death girl outfit, director Chou believed she is able to bear everything.

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

Miss Chinese International 2010 Results


Miss Chinese International Pageant 2010 was held in Tianjin last night. The 24 contestants were dressed in sexy evening furred dress, many of them had a boost-in-chest effect, very eye catching. Among them, #6 Toby Chan (HK), #11 Maisie Tran (Montreal), #16 (Melanie Lu) and #18 Cindy Chang (Toronto) were the sexiest. During the questioning part, #14 Cynthia Vuong (Seattle) had stage fright and repeated "I Hope" 5 times and still couldn't answer the question. The MC, Carol Cheng had to help her explain.

During the swimwear part, Liu Xuan led the contestants out and announced that #5 Lu Bai (Foshan) won "Miss Friendship" and #7 Belle Theng (Kuala Lumpur) won "Miss Oriental Charm".

The guest judge Sonjia Kwok dressed carefully, wearing a sexy deep V long dress, stealing Kate Tsui's black slanted dress. The two were once rumored to be on bad terms, but last night they generously took a photo together, revealing their good friendship. Raymond Lam and Leo Ku were the guest performers.

Miss Chinese International 2010: Eliza Sam (Vancouver, Canada) (#19)
1st Runner Up: Belle Theng (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) (#7)
2nd Runner Up: Candy Chang (Toronto, Canada) (#18)

Miss Friendship: Lu Bai (Foshan, China) (#5)
Miss Oriental Charm: Belle Theng (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) ( #7)

Source: Mingpao / Translation: aZnangel @ AEU

Raymond Lam Teary Eyes After Getting Note of Encouragement From Mrs. Fong

Since producer Lawrence Wong said Raymond Lam led the box office to do poorly and basically said that he can't support the market, Raymond has not responded because he's been working in Mainland. Last night, Raymond was one of the guest performers at the Miss Chinese International Pageant 2010 held in Tianjin. Accompanied by TVB executive Virgina Lok, Raymond meets the media and responded to the news for the first time.

Raymond said that he has not seen the reports, but it was only this year that he stepped into the film scene, so he is willing to accept all comments and promises to continue his hard work. He said: "I was never upset. I found out about the news because someone told me, but comments and evaluations from my seniors will help me think where I need to improve." Later, Miss Lok handed Raymond a book, where there was a note personally written by 6th Aunt (Mona Fong) attached inside. The note read: "Have no fear of gossips, favorable criticisms are acclaimed, continue to achieve better results." Seeing his boss's support for him, Raymond had teary eyes on the spot.

Speaking of this year's popular discussions on Moses Chan and Wayne Lai battling for TV King, Raymond frankly said that every year he looks at it like something normal. Though he has been in the industry for more than 10 years, but there are many TVB seniors around, as a junior he only needs to focus on his own part. He said: "Mrs. Fong sent me a note of encouragement, I really felt surprised, didn't know how to react, I couldn't believe that she notices my work. Before many seniors said they bleed TVB's blood, now I finally understand, having such a good boss watching over me and being so understanding, my competitive heart really came back! Ask me if I have confidence to win the award? I say yes I do!"

Miss Lok expressed that she intends to urge her artists and colleagues to quit drinking. As for Lawrence Wong exposing the inside story within the company while drunk, she said: "It's only called the inside story if it's true. (The truth comes out after drinking!) It's not true. (Was Mrs. Fong upset?) I report everything that happens in the company to her weekly, she understands what's going on. The incident that happened that day I only knew after reading the paper. I had to calm down and look at it a second time, not emotional, not angered, just felt that it's a huge problem."

Source: Oriental Daily / Translation: aZnangel @ AEU


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