• @forgetful Looks like Rose's mom had her at 16 (and then moved to Canada, so her grandma raised her). Hence she had her third child, the 3 yo at 39.
  • @lyu310 oh I didn’t notice of that thanks.
  • @lyu310 I’ve just searched up the name Noemie. It is French. The most foreign name since Miriam Yeung names her Chinese son ‘Torres’....
  • @cutie777 It's Noemie. They've revealed her english name but not chinese.
  • @lyu310 I am in agreement with this. It's fine to educate oneself about nature vs nurture in regards to sexuality, but this way of explaining sexuality can be dangerous. If it is believed that one's environment influences or causes sexual identity, then the logical conclusion would be to try to influence the environment to "fix" homosexuality...which some ppl believe you can. I didn't wake up one day and decided that I want to be queer. It just never occurred to me that marriage was only between men and women. Also, I am not refuting that there are scientific studies that claim that homosexuality can be passed through one's lineage. I don't know about that really. What I do know is that there are families that will not allow their children to marry the one they love because the one they loves has a questionable family medical history i.e. homosexuality and mental illness. That is dangerous and unfortunate.
  • @lyu310 i've heard the theory that sexuality may be fluid. Personally, I've only been attracted to men. I've seem very pretty women but I want to be like them rather than being with one.... Most of the time, I think it's jealousy too just seeing a prettier woman. wanting to pick out the flaws rather than praising. for men on the other side, i can day dream about the ones that i am attracted to all day long like he's prince charming.
  • I'm playing catch up but homosexuality (bisexuality, etc) are all nature not nurture even if you have a few examples to support your nurture claim. When people "find out" they're gay, it doesn't mean they just woke up one day and decide "I'm gay." Do young children automatically think they're straight? Not necessarily, but b/c being straight is the norm and we see that in society, we likely accept that until we can think for ourselves. A child could know he or she is gay early on without rly understanding that feeling. Like I didn't think about boys until i had my first crush in 1st grade. Does that make sense? And if you're talking about people who dealt with trauma and then fall for the other sex (gay to straight, straight to gay), they are probably bisexual. I personally believe sexuality is fluid. I've only dated men but I find myself attracted to women as well. Even if you choose not to date a specific sex, it doesn't mean you're 100% gay or straight (though there are obviously people on both extreme ends).
  • @lyu310 Yeh. Probably more acceptable coming from a girl in early 20s but for a woman who is reaching 40, expect more maturity. It seems a small thing but bit by bit, it adds up and becomes high maintenance. Acting too girly when a mature age is a turnoff just like a older women wearing bright teenage clothes. I understand if there is a lack of education but we now have the internet. How hard will it be to make a quick search online? There are plenty of women members on this site so I understand if they believe the 'seek husband at all time for comfort' philosophy because they are only thinking from their own advantageous viewpoint. My opinion is from the male perspective....
  • @nomad822 I don't rly care about this article, but someone's dog dying and posting about it is not drama queen related. Dogs are family. Done. And I've had many episodes of sleep paralysis throughout my college years b/c I was sleep deprived. I do think as a woman in her late 30s, Gillian should be a little more composed but hey, everyone has a right to his/her opinion. From what I've seen in that new parent reality show, she's pretty moody/easily irritated and he's always trying to make her smile, so how long can he keep doing that? And I don't have the greatest vibes from him as he doesn't seem genuine but hey, who knows. I do wish her well as the media hasn't been kind to her. But she also needs to act her age.
  • @potatochip Agreed, there's totally a double standard. She said she dated over 10 guys; she didn't give any specific details about her love life. No one asked anyone offended or has a negative reaction to read the article - why do certain people care so much? Everyone has a past. If people have any qualms about their partners' past, that speaks a lot about their own insecurities. Like oh, should we erase our past to make you feel better? And over 10 guys is not a big deal; she's in her 40s. I guess math annoys some people, but yea, when you are beautiful and famous, you naturally have more pursuers anyway. What's the big deal? Oh right cuz bozo there couldn't catch anyone so he's mad there's women out there with sexual freedom. I can't. And people don't need to be offended by my comment. It's a general comment and I'm not going to correct myself because a soul finds it offensive.
  • @peachyogurt So (1) you think it's okay to only ban the actress in a controversial movie; (2) you're criticizing her for marrying outside of her ethnicity; (3) you cast judgment on someone for the way he looks. Hmm. Good job. As for people who think the sex scene is real, I'm sorry but you have to be pretty naive to believe that. If you've seen porn vs simulated sex scenes, you would see the difference. It's called acting for a reason ffs.
  • @jimmyszeto Exactly. There are a ton of gold diggers (some hidden) in the entertainment industry, yet they mislabel a hardworking entertainer. Bernice SHOULD be with a rich man - she's successful herself. The media just chooses to hate on certain celebrities (I can't recall who but there's someone else that they're constantly attacking and will call her rude or w/e when she isn't. Just because they don't like her).
  • @lyu310 I really don't think Bernice is a gold digger. She is a hugely ambitious woman who has a strong interest in business which is why people who share common interests are very likely to be businessmen. She isn't like one of those uneducated girls who are aiming well above their level of trying to grab a rich bachelor. Some members of the 'Nonsense Club' might be in this category....
  • Honestly tired of the media labeling her a gold digger when she's worked hard to get where she is today. Learned Chinese (Canto and Mandarin), has 7 dogs of her own, started a wine business, etc. So what if she dates someone with money? It is not the only quality. If she dated a poor man, you would say he is "eating soft rice," so the media will never be satisfied b/c their goal is to cause trouble. Frankly, if this is what being a gold digger is all about, I want to be labeled one too. And she hasn't had THAT many failed relationships. She's had 3 confirmed relationships since joining the industry and had a boyfriend before winning the pageant. And relationships are about two people getting together, so don't treat that news like she should be the one ashamed.
  • @m0m0 I agree. The other day my mom and I were discussing how we (I was really young so I don't remember if I felt the same way) thought Kenneth was downright unattractive when he debuted. I definitely think he's handsome now. He also has a manly aura LOL. Plus, I like him more b/c of The Exorcist's Meter.
  • @killer02 AGAIN, you clearly lack reading comprehension skills. It doesn't matter if they're already paid "enough" in YOUR opinion. If you're doing the same job and some other company wants to hire you for more, you're gonna be smart and take that offer. That's simple logic. I'm pretty sure you'd do the same in your position. So hop off before you explode from a heart attack after finding out how much celebrities make. Peace.
  • @bubbletea Agreed! We judge Grace because she's literally spilling tea on her relationship everywhere she goes. If she stops talking, then we'd have nothing to talk about. It's too easy with her because she won't shut up. I love gossip, but even I'm annoyed for Kevin! @moonknight - We don't know too much about Gillian's relationship with her fiance. I mean, I hope they will last, but the man has a colorful history and it's seems rushed.
  • @anon HAHAHA I agree. I did really enjoy The Exorcist's Meter, so I'll probably give it a try. TEM was my first TVB drama after like a 4 year hiatus because I just gave up on TVB altogether.
  • @llwy12 Wow, thank you for sharing this! I love when there's articles that focus on the less famous (but very important) actors. And I love hearing about their life outside of acting. TVB really needs to cherish veteran actors like him. Whoever is in management needs to get it together because they're not making the best decision when it comes to casting and retaining great people.
  • @killer02 Whether people in the entertainment make too much has nothing to do with your original statement about how these people should be happy where they are. It is NOT their fault that they're in a field where people get overpaid! Maybe blame yourself for watching their shows and paying to see their movies. I guess if you want to demonstrate the power of a consumer, stop supporting them. Forreal - we can be powerful. Look at crap movies like Aloha. People stood their ground and the movie flopped. Maybe think about that before you blame celebrities for being terrible people because a better paid company wants to recruit them. Why so butt-hurt? Maybe you should become a celebrity so you can make more than us and we can judge you for it like you have to them.
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