Joey Yung, Wilfred Lau Didn’t Break Up After All

Joey Yung (容祖兒) and Wilfred Lau (劉浩龍) are officially back together after a rumored breakup in March. With Joey’s career more successful than Wilfred, the couple faced outside pressure and hit a rocky bump earlier this year. But apparently, all is well again as the couple was spotted having dinner together last night.

When asked whether she had broken up with Wilfred in March, Joey was cautious in her response and only said, “I don’t want to say too much.” Perhaps the couple was still working through issues at the time and Joey found it more appropriate to be open-ended in her responses, as it is not easy to walk away from their five-year relationship.

There were signs that Joey and Wilfred’s relationship improved in April, when she showed up to root for Wilfred’s April concert. Some even wondered if the pair had pulled a publicity stunt to gain attention for Wilfred’s concert. For Joey’s birthday celebration last week, Wilfred was among the many guests, including Charlene Choi (蔡卓妍), Yumiko Cheng (鄭希怡), and Nicholas Tse (謝霆鋒) who attended.

Last night, Joey and Wilfred were seen having dinner at an Italian restaurant with a three-star Michelin rating. Having dinner for over two hours, Joey and Wilfred were in deep conversation the entire time.

Leaving at 11 p.m., Joey was seen stepping out of the restaurant with a big smile on her face. Although they were initially walking closely together, the couple immediately separated when they saw reporters. Quickly boarding Joey’s car, her driver dropped off Joey at her home first before driving Wilfred home.


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  1. They are just liars when use the media to make themselves relevant every once in a while since they have no appeal….

    1. @jimmyszeto IDK maybe they DID break up and are now back together. Was the turn out of his concerts greatly improved/effected I wonder?

      Anywayd, many yesterday’s celebs have done worse stunts and said bigger lies than this child-play broke up news. Though it’s a little refreshing imo since it’s break-up and not the typical, omg they’re dating/hooking up with on screen co-star buzz lol.

      1. @jjwong @jimmyszeto I’m still of the opinion that it was a publicity stunt. I don’t know the numbers for Wilfred’s concert but for sure there was some impact as it made people aware of his concert who otherwise probably would not have known (since, well, let’s face it, he’s just not popular so highly doubt most people who wasn’t already a fan would seek out his concert information on their own). Speaking from personal experience, I actually didn’t know about his concert until those breakup rumors started surfacing and the media of course started focusing their attention on it. Some media outlets even printed the seating chart for his concert and did a mini-analysis of sorts showing the different tier tickets and how many were being sold. Supplemented with all that were various interviews with both Joey and Wilfred, with Wilfred’s response consistently being along the lines of not wanting to respond because he wanted to focus his efforts on his concert instead (basically constant mention of “his concert”). I don’t think it would be a stretch to say that if it weren’t for those rumors, pretty sure the media wouldn’t have given him the time of day….

      2. @llwy12
        Based on the way they answered the questions from the press it looked like they wanted people to suspect they had broken up but didn’t want to confirm they broke up because that would be outright lying. Joey is probably doing all she can to help Wilfred narrow the wealth and popularity gap. Let’s just say Wilfred won’t be the next Nick Cheung or Max Zhang anytime soon…..

      3. @jimmyszeto @llwy12 I honestly don’t know nor don’t think I’ve heard of a Wilfred’s songs. If this was a publicity stunt, kudos to them for playing game. Hope it was worth it at the end. At least it didn’t impact a 3rd party. Lol.

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