• So this is BS because my posts are waiting for moderation now... @jayne do something please. A lot of recent posts are hung up the black hole. Very annoying...
  • @jayne I looked at photos of her online and still didn't see what the protruding teeth was all about. they looked fine to me, not like Charmaine Sheh's teeth (she put veneers on so her teeth is actually way too forward to cover her mouth sometimes.) maybe it's one of those things where you need to see her on camera to know what the protruding teeth is all about.
  • @jayne true i think she's actually quite pretty, especially by western standards. though i've noticed in all images of her, even the ones from the side, her teeth are actually quite straight! like they actually lay flat, not in the stereotypical protruding way; think she just has an overbite. omg, but did you see kelly ng on pageant night? went from girl next door to total smokeshow; completely blew me away! idk about hollywood for her though; more attractive, successful, talented, and HUMBLE asians have failed, doubt she'll have what it takes
  • @jayne she does have a good body and smilely eyes. If she just fix her teeth will be much better. Edelweiss was awful!!!
  • I actually think Juliette Louie is quite pretty, especially from the front angle where her teeth look less protruding. She has pretty eyes and a good figure. But she needs her photos to be taken from certain angles with the right smile to highlight her looks. For example, she looks a lot prettier in the bottom group photo with the other winners. Since Miss Hong Kong yielded some very memorable beauties in the past, it is a big title to live up to. I found Edelweiss Cheung, Kayi Cheung, and Mok Ho Yan to be even less remarkable. Btw, this year's pageant didn't really have standout beauties. The press' favorite was Kelly Ng, but I felt Juliette is on par with Kelly's looks. In her latest interview, Juliette said she is interested to develop her career in Hollywood. She plans to fulfill her one-year obligations as Miss HK, before looking to Hollywood. Guess she is not interested in becoming a TVB actress.
  • @jayne I'm with you, Jayne. it makes me feel a bit uncomfortable to see this only because I've been conditioned to think that there's a clear distinction between kids/teenagers/adults. cheek kisses or hugs will forever be in vogue, but lip kisses are a bit out there for my taste.
  • Congrats to Eric Li, although it is sad to hear that he has left TVB.
  • @jayne then i would say to the conservative "fans" to grow up. it says more about the fans themselfs how narrow minded they are. as long as they are not french kissing then its ok.
  • I think it's okay to kiss kids on the lips when they are little. But as they grow up into teenagers, it's probably better to kiss on the cheeks. Showing affection can be done in different ways. Aside from the actual kiss on the lips, Joseph and his daughter's embrace looks very tight and romantic, which may make more conservative fans uncomfortable.
  • @hetieshou Susanna Au Yeung was perfectly cast as Wong Yung / Huang Rong due to her looks and charisma. Actually in the 80s, Rebecca Chan was a pretty wooden actress; she became a lot better in her later acting career.
  • @jayne Yes Susanna was the best mature Huang Rong ever. I heard that Rebecca Chan was the first choice but did not want to play that role so they asked Susanna instead. I think that was a good move and Rebecca really missed out. She will be forever loved and remembered.
  • Susanna Au Yeung was very charismatic in "Return of the Condor Heroes". She portrayed her character's wit and intelligence very well, perhaps better than any other actress as the mature Wong Yung. It is very sad to learn of her death.
  • @jayne I hope you understand how the original title is just plain wrong. It isn't just ambiguous. Mistakes are understandable. Purposedly mislead isn't. I'm not accusing either, just making a statement. Anyways, good work and prompt response!
  • @bubbletea Apples and oranges here. Title and article. We said the TITLE was misleading NOT the ARTICLE itself. Since @jayne had fixed the title, now both title and article match to say it's only a rumor that Mike He was forced. Regardless, before the change, it still was wrong. /peace
  • The original title, "Mike He Revealed to Have Been 'Forced to Marry Girlfriend" was meant to say that someone revealed this gossip, but it is understandable that the wording may be misleading and imply that he revealed the development instead. The title of the article was revised to avoid any misunderstanding.
  • Congrats to Grace Wong! The wedding looks lovely and heartfelt! Can't wait for the larger wedding banquet in Hong Kong. Linda Chung and Leanne Li will likely be the bridesmaids again. Christine Kuo and Eliza Sam may also be part of the bridal party. Looks like Christine Kuo's wedding will be around the corner!
  • I hope Elaine is able to help Etta pull out of her suicidal state. There are so many cuts on Etta's wrist, as if Etta had continuously cut her wrist many times over the past few months. There are some faded scars behind the bright red marks too. Elaine and Etta's relationship seem very fragile. They seem to get along fine one day, but Etta has already reported her mother to the police twice. I hope they work things out and that Etta makes better choices from now on, to give more happiness to her mother and herself.
  • @jayne maybe ruco's mum asked her if she plans to have kids right after marriage? the atmosphere does look rather tense. ruco's mum doesn't look young.
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