• So pit of curiosity, does HK only have 1 plastic surgeon and 1 stylist?? Everyone is start looking the same. Linda's nose in earlier article reminded me of Tavia. Then now Tavia's hairstyle is similar to Charmaine's recent article. In this onec both Tavia and Ron have that pointy, heartshape cheekbones and chin. @_@ Or is it every docs and stylists have 1 template that they reuse over and over and over and over like an assembly line...?...
  • @funnlim I agree that her hairstyle here looked much much better. It gave it volume. Her flat boring bob-ish was dated. Though IDK how old this pic is; assuming it was during the Harmonie event and that happened most recent. Side note: @jayne, it'll be great if we have caption and date of pic eh? Since pics on some articles are dated or stocked. Just a suggestion :D
  • @funnlim How is having baby #2 rectifies her lost time with baby #1?
  • @jemnze IKR?!?! Also, what's so ambiguous about their answers? They bluntly said they're not a couple and are now just in the dating stage. Everyone starts out get to know, goes on a few dates and then makes it official (if they're compatible). No biggies. Papz are making it way more "juicy" then it really is xD
  • OMG, when will they stop these adaptations? These stories have been milked to deeeeeeeath. At least, breath some fresh and bold air like change era to modern instead just new actors.
  • @lam86 i didn't know Tse won. I agree that he's not a good actor, nor is he good looking imo. I'm indifferent about Jacky Chan. At least Jacky's fights/actions are entertaining. He has that talent going for him. I highly doubt Tony is going to pay back those owned episode. How long has it been? O_o Out of that list, Francis is the only one I find legitimately have true acting chop. Gordon at least does put an effort of being good; so kudos on that.
  • @jjwong If nicholas tse can win it 5-6 years ago, why not gordon lam to be nominated? nicholas tse for me his acting more useless lo just that got the look only. Jackie chan his acting more excellent la but never win any. Its about luck also sometimes. But tony leung or francis ng will nail it this time. Leung acting more greatly. Leung still owes TVB a drama, hope he will pay it back very soon!
  • @afan202 Agree that timing is crucial when it comes to relationship. However, it's not just for a guy. Women are too sensitive to the right timing. Moka might not want to start a family for all we know. (Pls spare me the, ofc she's ready since a baby will be her lifetime meal ticket. I know there's validity to that claim; I just simply don't care either way. Only commented as an example or generalization if you well.)
  • This does seem like a hacked incident. It has "scam" written all over. (Unless she has asked fan for money before, then this her m.o.) One must be pretty bitter to believed and called her "deployable." Then turn around to write an article to scold her xD Media and their funny reports.
  • @llwy12 Yes, this has digressed to an "eff you media" string of replies lol. On that note, it's true that the media can and have break or make someone. However, is the media the way they are because of the audience? If we audience chose not to believe or chase this crap then wouldn't media have to change their way. Then again, the media has conditioned many of us to like and chase this kind of reporting. This is like, does the chicken or egg come first? XD
  • @jjwong You’re welcome! :-) Yea, I agree that this discussion is more a “rant” about HK media and their actions rather than about Bernice per se (in other words, could’ve been any other actress in her same situation). To me, this is just another example of how the HK media can be biased and wrong and yet another reminder for those of us who “follow” entertainment news to not just take stuff we read/hear/see at face value (though unfortunately, many people still do). Personally, I try to take the “does it make sense to me?” approach and if something sounds off, then the credibility of that piece of news goes down in my book (though as I've said before, ALL news -- entertainment news especially-- should be read with a grain of salt). Of course, none of us will ever know with 100% certainty the truth about what goes on with most of these celebrities and I don’t think anyone is really expecting to know, but in a way, that is why these types of actions by the media bother me, especially in the context of how much power the media has to “make or break” someone (be it celebrity, public figure, or ordinary person) with what they relay to the public. At the end of the day, it's a personal pet peeve I have with the media...
  • @coralie @vyvy I agree. She surely put a foot in her mouth and came off as classless. The only part I didn't cringe is the quote that I had posted up above xD
  • @llwy12 Appreciate the extra info. @orchid123 I'm neither a fan nor a hater of Bernice. I don't "think highly of her" nor do I care about her break up with Moses. I think her as another person in entertainment or this sort of status. I would've still made the same spill if this where any other actress or celebs. This article is just strictly speculation and has no fact. As @llwy12 confirmed, claims in this article are bogus. It's just unfair for her to have this sort of news. Then again, one can argue any exposure is good exposure or this kind of shiz is what sells. This just doesn't sit well with me since I believe it further fuels the bias in the media and fortify/prolong the bias mentality in society. Anyways, peace out!
  • @jjwong Because men with money won't date a celeb for fame. They would date a fellow socialite or some rich family's daughter for prominence and social standing. Celebs date rich men for social standing. No one sees Celebs as improvement of their social standing unless they are of lesser standing.
  • "If my boyfriend has money, why would that automatically mean that I want his money? Why can’t you say that he wants my fame?" CONCUR!!!
  • I agree with you @jjwong. Shirley is actually a good example to compare to Joel, since both cheated on their significant others. The double standard exists, and women are the ones with the disadvantage when it comes to image/cheating. @funnlim I called Joel scum and I meant it. He cheated on his wife/divorced her because he thought he reeled in a big fish (Florinda), so he deserves that name. The media treated him nicely. He didn't get much backlash, even though his good friends Christine Ng and Sharon Chan did voice their disappointment. I think they have made up since. He was frozen by TVB during his fling, but once he was ready to work, they were happy to welcome him back. The same cannot be said for Shirley. She did decide to go to Mainland for work, but come on, do we really think TVB was going to give her jobs anyway? (Pretty sure for the short time she was with TVB post-incident, they assigned her to variety shows.) I don't care if Bernice has a "sponsor." Speculation is dangerous without proof. And most of my criticism stems from a few years ago when the Alastair Lam incident happened. She was seen with him in a car, and the media had a field day because that meant she was cheating on Moses Chan. Well, they had already broken up, but Moses thought it was the perfect opportunity to play victim. When the media asked for his opinion, he did not stand up for Bernice. Instead, he said "the past is the past." Why couldn't he say they weren't together anymore, so her life was none of his business?! I guess when the media is on your side, you want to milk it for all it's worth. That's the main reason Bernice left TVB. Why would she want to stay with a company who didn't have her back?? They were on Moses's side. It doesn't matter if she has a wealthy boyfriend or not. She has money herself so that wouldn't be surprising. She's been in the industry for 16 years now. If she was a gold digger, she could've done it long ago. Instead, she has her own business. If she has found a wealthy boyfriend now, good for her! But the media has been cruel to her once and they're doing the same thing. When they come out with actual photos and a name of this man, I will be content. All I ask is for these despicable reporters to prove their claims.
  • @funnlim I think we’re talking over each other’s head, i.e. comparing apples and oranges. I’m not saying having a “sponsorship” or a career after a high profile is a bad nor a thing to look down upon. (I don’t think @lyu310 is saying that either.) The double standard is that when an actress does it, the media burns her at the stake; but when an actor does it, it’s hardly any mentioning or portraying he’s not “even worthy to a dog.” In Bernice case, it can’t even be confirmed that she does have a “sponsor.” Yet the media is already throwing stones and casting fires automatically. Even you are already assuming she does have a sponsor because she’s a pretty ACTRESS and needs maintenance. In Joel case, it was pretty obvious that he dumped/divorced his wife to go after the heiress (regardless of cheating or not). His actions spoke loudly. Yet he had hardly any articles, news, paps, written badly of him and his character. Like I said, I’m not against having a sugar daddy/mommy, each to their own. I’m more bothered by the fact that media likes to attack on female more and let the male slides. It’s not a double standard “that man has to earn a living while woman finds a sponsor.” This is a stigma, looking through a tinted glasses if you will. People think that’s how it’s supposed to be or how it is. However, woman CAN and DOES earn a living (Bernice might be doing so, but media is just portraying her otherwise.) Man can find a “sponsor” (Joel definitely did). I’m not condemning marrying/dating rich (or to be more PC, finding a sponsorship); I’m condemning media/society judging male vs female for the same action. Point in case, will TVB going to give Shirley the same chance that they had given Joel? (Assuming Shirley does want to come back, act and has a career in TVB again, etc.) My gut said, eff no... That's my last 2 cents on this matter. Peace out :)
  • @jjwong Yes! Joel Chan is the perfect example of scum. But even after his breakup with socialite Florinda, he was able to pick up his career. How is that fair?! The double standard female celebrities face, especially in Asia, is ridiculous. Like how can this reporter write all about her business and how she's doing well, AND THEN somehow claim she's living lavishly due to a made up wealthy boyfriend? It takes a very high EQ to be a star. I would not be able to handle the BS they have to face on a daily basis.
  • @jjwong I don't think KM Is high maintenance. He seems like a down to earth guy but yes, he's just a talker and seems boring. I feel there's something off about him too........like he enjoys these rumours of being romantically linked but eventually we know that there's actually nothing going on......which gives me the impression that they're all smokescreens.
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