• @gnomageddon agree. I thought she was filming and he was only part of the cast.
  • @gnomageddon the criticism was hardly constructive, but nasty and rude not unlike schoolyard-type bullying. what's worse is blaming the victim for defending himself.
  • Looked at her ig and found that post... he's an actor and director but seems like also just a friend. Bernice looks fabulous and very fit. Hope she finds her Mr. Right soon.
  • @gnomageddon LOL....hahha I was gonna say something about this user for a while now - @jingxi2943. haaha OMG All he/she knows is #beautiful couple#cute actress#can't wait to watch#. Yeah, it gets redundant & annoying to read. Positive reviews? Yeah sure more like can't write full sentences? haha
  • I've also noticed his aging looks the past year or two. He has a big wrinkle between his brows and his foundation is too heavy. I use to find him attractive but he is not aging well. I read his post and all was well until he blew up at the end. Artists are people too and nobody likes to be criticized but he should work on his EQ especially given he is a public figure and rely on his looks and image for a living. Just let people say whatever they need to say. But also be open to constructive criticism. If so many people are saying it, there must be an ounce of truth to it. He should use that to better himself but try hard not to let that stuff get to him.
  • @gnomageddon yes it gets so annoying after a while, and I began to wonder is it jaynestars "get" this person to give positive comments to the articles
  • @seriously called them out a few articles back* I mean
  • @hayden lol I thought it was just me getting annoyed. Makes me feel like debbie downer or such a hater every time I read their comment... like ughhh... why does this person ALWAYS have something positive to say? And their comments are always just a couple words of praise yet somehow, I'm irked. Lol can't help it. It's just not normal to be that way. I believe @seriously called them out a few articles too and I got a good chuckle lol. @jingxi2943 not to be a hater or anything but can you make more substantial comments for a change? Are you even real?? lol Or don't mind me. Keep on keeping on whatever floats your super positive boat. Maybe I just need to get off my grumpy ride lol.
  • @gnomageddon I agree, time is more important than money because you cannot get back time vs you can always make money
  • @mi520 It keeps going on for years because the media keep asking and Vincent and Yoyo keep giving (ever so slightly) so this cycle keeps going. No means no. Of course paparazzi will keep trying but if you insist on never feeding them, they will have nothing to write about pertaining to this. If they keep nudging you, and you finally give brief cryptic responses again, you've fallen into their trap and they'll start writing again because you gave them something. They can't write when there's no response.
  • @gnomageddon no. they've done that before. They just find other things to write and come back again. It's been going on like that for years.
  • I agree with her saying if she is spending her hard earning money, how is she considered materialistic? But if she dates someone just for their wealth or accept expensive gifts just because then that's what I would consider materialistic of a gold digger. Not sure which one she is and what she does but nothing wrong with spending your own hard earned money. If that's all she does then it's understandable that she would be offended and labeled as such. And if we were to talk about who she mingles with, she's a celebrity... it's normal for them to come into contact with those who are rich and powerful. Not sure how upset she really is about being labeled like this, but if she really is letting it get to her, she needs to work on her EQ more. The press will write whatever they want to write.
  • @skyblue I think you mean it the other way around right..
  • Agree with his words on money. Funny thing is most people who are wealthy (except those born into wealth) spend most of their time chasing money. But then they work so much to make all that money, that they don't have time for family or for themselves. What is the point of being rich if you can't enjoy it and you neglect everything and everyone else? Money is a basic necessity but it doesn't equate to happiness, definitely spot on.
  • @hayden I was literally about to say the same thing!! lol He definitely is not aging well. He looks gaunt and dehydrated.
  • Of all those nominated for 2020, Sisley's performance in LM2 was deserving of her win. Not saying her acting skills is great in general but we have to look at individual performance. Mandy was boring as Madam G and almost all characters she plays. Ali was good as Cash but Cash's character wasn't really special, and her acting in it was of normal caliber for her skills. Katy in HK Love Stories was good but it wasn't outstanding. Priscilla's performance in her series showed big improvements but still not BA level. Sometimes you have a good actor but a poor script or character will not ever yield you an award. Or you can have a good character but poor acting skills will not give you any awards either. Sisley's character as Dino was explosive especially the last few episodes when her character shifted from being the annoying legal assistant to becoming her own. Only then do you realize how drastically different Dino was and how she truly embodied that character from start to finish. I think she still has a lot of room to grow as an actor, but her win was well deserved for the competition against her competitors last year.
  • @gnomageddon I haven't seen the show, but knowing she was pregnant when she was in it, I bet she was more emotional than normal. So in that case, it should be easier to get into character, just like how Kevin Cheng infamously told Grace Chan to reference her emotional moments when pregnant in her acting in the future lol. It's definitely a possibility that she got an advantage there...
  • Smh. Mental illness is real. When you have been blessed in life to be born with a silver spoon, the downside to that is often times you lose grip with reality and any sense of normalcy.
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