• @bubbletea Ooo can you share what you know about the family? I haven't heard anything about the family, but there's been sooo much news about these two, IDK how she can deal with the negativity, especially if she has a mental illness.
  • This Ho, ho family is one messed up family. Goes to show that money does not buy happiness. Anyone who gets involved with that family seems to become curseds, unhappy and blighted. Sounds just like the British Royal Family, jewelry, property and money but nothing else.
  • Ww@hannah Thanks. I am just so sick and tired of everyone putting Gillian down. She deserves a second chance . She was treated like crap not that long ago by a getting ugly pretty boy ido who thinks she is beneath him. His life is filled with so much immorality but he has avoided the scandals. The women always get punished. The chinese men refuse to date her and netizens complain that Gillian would not date chinese or HK men. Then her collegues shun her or avoid her because they think they are better than her. This arrogant clown who harassed Gillian better learn that you can't hide your true colors or your sick life forever. He should learn from his fellow countryman and celeb, who also is married and has kids. He supposedly has a scandal free life, but HIV don't lie. No one should disrespect Gillian because of the computer incident, especially the ebiz folk. Time has a way of exposing buried skeletons. Just ask the ask the tall, HIV singer, or Harvey Wienstien. Give GC a chance
  • I don't know which is worse, Gillian's singing or her acting. However, the poor girl has been through a lot and has not had much luck with love. She is constantly criticised for chosing non chinese boyfriends. HELLO??. The chinese men refuse to date her. Yes she was part of the unfortunate scandal that was not her fault. It was not. These people who judge her and ostracise her better be worthy of living in glass houses. I wish Gillian well with this latest relationship.
  • Sometimes men admire a woman for more than a beautiful face. Some women are blessed with a beautiful face but are so devious, calculating, malicious and downright manipulative that they are what men want to run away from. Then they are pretty face women who are as dull as a doornail and thick as a plank. Anyone knows any woman like that?, haha wink, wink. Some women are not pretty but can attract men like flies. They can liven up a room like a beacon and command the attention of handsome, educated, well spoken rich men. One such woman was Wallis Simpson. The dashing, handsome rich king of the commonwealth and England gave up the throne to marry this plain American divorcee when he could have had his pick from an European princess, or someone from the aristocracy. Just goes to show. For the record, Crystal Fung is not hard on the eyes at all. Very attractive woman indeed.
  • @lilworth Brenda is a decent actress. Not the best, but also not the worst. Anyone is better than ABB or Motor Mouth Grace Chan. Brenda was engaged to Miley Cyrus's brother, yes, so what. Robert DeNiro also dates outside his race. That does not mean he hates his race. It is just like a friend of mine. He is so skinny but loves his women with some serious meat on their bones. It is who someone is romantically attracted to. There is a very pretty idol boy and his "girlfriend", or beard of a few years , is so fricking ugly that she is fugly, or ugly for a living. Maybe he is attracted to ugly women. It all adds up to preference, or whatever turns a person on.
  • @happybi Hi yourself. Hope you and the family are doing well.
  • @bubbletea I know right? I’m glad you’re agree with me too.
  • @bubbletea Well, at least she did not say villain roles can be some one like Eddie Murphy. That will really go over well. LOL!
  • @msxie0714 @bubbletea Brenda Song is actually half Hmong/Miao and half Thai. I also think her darker complexion is more fitting for Mulan compared to LYF.
  • @bubbletea On the other side of the coin, there’s also LYF’s reputation for being “box office poison” since all of her past movies tanked. So looks like this could go one of two ways: either Disney helps raise her out of “box office poison” status and propels her to super stardom or she drags the movie down with her. My guess is that it will be the former, since this is Disney after all, so there will be a guaranteed audience to some extent... Btw, regarding the discussion about whether the actress bears a resemblance to Mulan — supposedly one of the other actresses who “auditioned” for the role (one of the 1000 candidates) was British-Taiwanese actress Judy Hu Ting Ting whom people say actually looks like Mulan (I’m assuming they mean the original Disney animated version of Mulan)...she also has experience filming in Hollywood (she was in one of the Bridget Jones movies and a bunch of other smaller films), but Disney picked LYF over her, I’m assuming because of the star quality piece (since all her roles were minor in the films she was in). Maybe Disney isn’t really looking for someone who can act...either that or they aren’t aware of the fact that LYF isn’t a good actress. Like the rest of Hollywood, Disney most likely doesn’t have much in depth knowledge of the Chinese entertainment industry...
  • @funnlim Your last sentence in the above comment comes across as not so nice, IMHP. There are villian roles for chinese actors too, just saying.
  • @happybi Hi happybi, Yup, agree with you. This would not go down well with the chinese community. I will see what the film has to offer as a live production.
  • @cutie777 I can see your point. Brenda also has the required skills and looks to play the part.
  • @llwy12 I am not too impressed with LYF's acting skills, but who knows, she might pleasantly surprise us with this live adaptation of Mulan. Based on the required criteria for the film, her ability to speak english and her martial arts skills are spot on. Her acting skills, however, does leave a lot to be desired. It is great to see a chinese born chinese actress getting the coveted role in a Hollywood made film. It is a step up the ladder for chinese artists. i too agree that Brenda Song would have made a good Mulan. She was born in the States, but is of chinese heritage, she speaks english and has a black belt in taekwondo, not to mention, she has the dark skin that is in sync with the original Mulan character from the Disney adaptation of the film.
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