• @eleven It’s the entertainment industry. If you watch a pageant, are you telling me you will have the opinion that everyone are pretty and talented? People are judged and commented on appearance and talent by viewers. What right do me and you have in educating others? It’s their parent’s responsibility.
  • @jimmyszeto That's why we should educate people to stop bullying and also think before they speak/comment. Just saying "that's how life is" is just a dumb excuse for nothing to change.
  • @eleven You might not like it but the average person reading an article will not be concerned enough in thinking deeply into the life and mental state of a celebrity unless they are a die hard fan. They will just read the article and leave or just read the article and make a comment quickly on what they have seen and leave. Understand that you have got those weight comments and it won’t feel good. Relatives always comment on weight and height especially the chinese. I’ve been on the overweight side most of my life and have heard all sorts of nicknames. Even ‘fatboy’ nicknames behind my back and directly from family friends and relatives. It does not feel good and people are going to make comments on what they see. In recent years, I have stayed off carbohydrates such as rice and pasta because i have never enjoyed these comments.
  • @jimmyszeto Just because celebrities understand, does not mean it's okay. Don't make excuses for disgusting behaviour. Also, while there is no evidence this was due to hormonal imbalance, to gain so much weight in such a short time suggests problems with physical or mental health. We could be more concerned about her health rather than criticise her look. Both my father and I have had hormonal imbalances in the past - my father always felt hungry and weak and had to eat 7-8 meals per day. I lost 10kg went down a few sizes but I got many comments from people saying that I've "fattened up".
  • @eleven I don’t agree with fat shaming but there isn’t any evidence to support or not support the medical problems which has caused the fluctuations in weight. Celebrities probably understand that they will receive positive and negative comments. It won’t be all one-way traffic...
  • @eleven I'm glad Thai celebs don't follow the Asian trend. They all look nice and healthy.
  • @eleven exactly. I was going to say the same thing.... It's no wonder why Asian celebs go stick thin. All this fat shaming smh
  • WOW, I am actually appalled by the comments here, calling her a "pork chop" and accusing her of being "lazy". It literally says in the title that she is suffering from hormonal imbalance. Why in 2021 are we still fat-shaming people with MEDICAL problems!?
  • @eleven omg yes! I noticed the same thing.... I was watching because it made it seem Joey and Bobby are the main characters. But it's really bugging me how it's more about Jeanie.
  • Not impressed so far, it would have been okay if it was a low budget series, but for 2 TV kings, this is just disappointing. This series actually centres around Jeanie which is disappointing as the character she plays isn't particularly interesting or likeable. Why does the writer think that 30-year-old gangsters do not know how to use apps, and why is Jeanie working at a shoddy delivery place and struggling for money if she is an app developer? Can we just skip all the Jeanie stuff and solve some crimes now...
  • It's good to see TVB invest in "young blood". I'm interested to see how TVB promots them. Karl is the most questionalble person here for me. He hasn't had much acting oppertunities (and hasn't stood out for me). He hosting is also average imo. Tbh the scripts are what TVB need the most improvment on. These actors will mature and improve only if they have the right oppertunity to.
  • Deffo not "Armed Reaction" but still entertaining enough. Jessica is definitely the one who holds up the series - I really enjoy watching her in a light-hearted role instead of her usual tough look. It feels more similar to D.I.E except without the supernatural elements and comedy is aimed at a slightly more mature audience. Waiting to see what Joyce will do when she returns to the series.
  • @luye I actually didn't mind her in Airport Strickers because that was her character and she did pull it off. But I didn't really like her in Learning Curve either.
  • @eleven I'd like to see how Sisley performs in comedy as well because I dislike her in Airport Strikers & The Learning Curve of a Warlord, where she constantly had no emotions/resting face
  • Wow so Wong-Cho-Lam is what it takes for TVB to do a historical drama. I'm not a big fan of Wong Cho Lam's comedy, it's quite in-your-face for my liking (I'm probably too used to British humour). Oh ffs Sisley and Owen again. As much as I like this duo, I hope they do something different. They basically play the same character every time. Happy to know the Sisley is trying out a comedy. If she can pull it off it might turn down the controversy of her win.
  • Well I feel like she's getting harsh treatment. When compared to her predecessors, then yes she is not ready. She hasn't shown much versatility. But compared to the the nominees this year, her win can be justified. This is unlike Natalie's controversial win as she were Jessica, Nancy, Nina and Ali. IMO I think Katy is a more versatile actress but for some reason the characters she plays are not the most likable. Not sure it it's her lack of charisma or the poorly written roles.
  • @eleven I'm happy that TVB is finally giving awards to green leaves bc most of their acting is better than leads. Yes, there were many Best Non-Drama awards. Many of the shows were covid related, such as news reporting in areas impacted by covid. So maybe TVB wants to reward their staff's hard work during these difficult times. I agree that Brutally Young is better than Al Cappuccino.
  • LMAO this has got to be the funniest, most ridiculous award ever. It definitely wins points for entertainment value, I'm rolling on the floor! Al Cappuccino as best drama with zero plot! HKLS won best short drama, beating no one as nothing else was nominated! - tbf Vincent did a great job with the character and deserves the win, despide winning before as the same character (lol). - Sisley impressed me with her character and I also enjoyed her in AS and LW3. I still feel like Mandy is a more versatile actress, but I agree she didn't amaze me this year. Ali is the most deserving of BA though - Cash was a great character. - Fine with Owen winning fav character, didn't watch HKLS so can't judge Katy. - I'm okay with Winkie and Brian, but not sure how I feel about Angel. - REALLY surprised that Jason Pai won - TVB doesn't have a good history with awarding old green leaves. - Best Non-Drama seems to be everything lol Hmm maybe not as controversial as I thought. Just sad that DBZ or BY didn't get any awards...
  • @bubbles23 Well dunno if it counts since these were not direct sequels but Wayne in Rosy Business' as well as Roger Kwok as "Ah Wong" are basically the same character in a different setting.
  • @eleven Mandy is tie with Priscilla to me. She was good in Swipe Tap Love.
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