• @oystergirl Interesting theory. I heard beautiful people don't look for other beautiful people because they don't want to compete lol. plus when they know they're beautiful, usually that comes with entitlement attitudes, which neither attractive partner would want to accede. there's also the theory that beautiful people are super insecure on the inside because they always wonder if they're worth anything outside of their looks. So that makes it easy for douchebags to take advantage by targeting these vulnerabilities. I want to say the latter is how this guy got Carman...but then again, he was rich too when they got together.
  • @mi520 Agreed. There are ways to stay in contact and be present, so to speak, if he wanted to be. But it looks like he hasn't made the effort...
  • @potatochip yup; not as important as work. but to be fair, workaholics don't even have time for themselves. It's always work, work and more work. when they don't even care for their own needs, what else can't they sacrifice? it's a mental illness IMO. they may not recognize they're losing the bigger picture for the short term goal. maybe it stems from financial insecurities he had when he was a kid.
  • @wm2017 Yes, I'm a die-hard Vincent fan. Knew he wouldn't disappoint in his latest series. I had my hesitations regarding the producer, but I'm now hooked to his drama. Hope the momentum keeps going. Vincent Wong FTW!
  • @coralie It's 1000% true. No matter what profession you will always find asszz suckerszz that are moving ahead than honest hardworking individuals. Sad but true.
  • @coralie and he's her first love as well?...how lucky is he? haha lol
  • @coralie That's why rich people throw parties all the time. It's really about who you know to get the job done
  • @m0m0 once a nurse told me that if she were to select any doctor, she would never choose the head of the department lol. i asked her why, and she said the people in upper management are always the one who don't know their sh!t, but great at networking lol. i believe her, 100%.
  • @coralie I once read that very attractive people typically end up with those who are comparatively less good looking because they already feel fulfilled in that regard. They look for other areas of compensation. I do think that Carman was, by far, the best looking LDG. She has prominent, deep set eyes and a chiseled facial structure which probably attribute to her rapid aging. Those with sharper, more defined features tend to look more mature. As for experiencing motherhood, she could always opt for adoption. Her initial reluctance towards raising a child as a single parent was a valid concern, since countless studies show that children who grow up in nuclear families are generally more socially & emotionally well adjusted. That's not to say that a single parent couldn't raise a perfectly normal child, but it isn't ideal.
  • @m0m0 yes, but in addition, no mushu, no music & a gloomy backdrop. and not sure how politically sympathetic americans are, but lead actress is certainly no friend to Westernized Asians everywhere. so right now, as far as hollywood goes, her inclusion compromised the movie. in china, that might not be the case, but if the storyline sucks (or lead actress acting sucks - both possible), this means box office draw will be lowered, too. let's not forget this is also an American film. in summary, this movie is destined to see a ton of controversy and most of it bad.
  • Personally, I don't see anything wrong with grand gesture appreciative gifts for delivering children. Yeah, pregnancy is natural for women, but doesn't mean it's pleasant. The pregnancy itself is a real PITA.
  • Of all the husbands that beautiful celebrities have selected, I still stand by my opinion that Carman selected the worst one. He already wasn't attractive, to begin with, but when she's next to him, the contrast is so great that she made him fugly. I think she should thank god they didn't have children.
  • Parts of this article is clearly biased. Shirley was not on top of her game and at her peak when the scandal broke. In fact, I thought her career was dwindling as her acting hasn't improved at all since she debuted and her roles were drying up. Then came the expose regarding her and Gregory's split. The whole HK understood what she did, I don't know why she still needs to skirt the issue. However, with that being said, I think despite everything that happened to her, she has bravely moved forward to raise her daughter on her own and pretty successfully, too. I think she's gotten a lot prettier since leaving TVB, but that might be due to PSing skills and more makeup in general. So she's winning the game of life, even if she had setbacks along the way.
  • Hahaha lol so wild. Why not throw some panties! Now THAT will really get the crowd going.
  • @diana80 oh a bit harsh. i think her candor is refreshing, even if it's a bit brash sometimes. she's 'teep dey'/down to earth as hkers like to call her. i mean, let's not pretend these celebrities are in showbiz for the fame. most of them are in ebiz for the money, which also comes from sponsorships. she's just more open and real about it.
  • i always thought it was a loss to see eric go. i thought he was rather handsome and he wasn't a bad actor either. TVB just never gave him a chance. hope that his semi-guest star return will prompt tvb to give him different roles to play now instead of the villain all the time. just like timothy tse -- he's an amazing versatile actor, but overlooked after so many years.
  • @msxie0714 Oh, I know. But I question the quality of the production when FBB's involved (or, was.) Her choices in dramas are always OTT and draggy AF.
  • @coralie agree! It's all about metabolism. Two people can eat the same amount of food but one person can gain a lot more weight than the other
  • @coralie exactly! Honestly, people can say HK is part of China, and all that other stuff. But the two cultures & societies are so different. Things have changed. And HK has more freedom. For ex., things that are censored in China arent censored in HK. Death penalty is legal in China. Something like Tiananmen Square massacre wouldnt happen in HK.
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