Lin Xiawei Denies Plastic Surgery; Kenneth Ma No Chance to Work in China
Rising star, Lin Xiawei (林夏薇) replaced Aimee Chan (陳茵媺) in Cold Mountain, Hidden Dragon (寒山潛龍) as one of the leads in the drama. Looking more beautiful recently with a much sharper chin and nose, speculations rose that she had gone under the knife.
While recording for the variety program Big Fun Hong Kong Free D <千奇百趣Free D> last week, reporters spotted Xiawei and asked her about the changes to her face. When asked if she has done plastic surgery, Xiawei replied that she has just changed her makeup artist and now uses a new method to improve her features. Apart from that, she said she has lost some weight due to the shooting of the new marital arts drama. She denied receiving plastic surgery.
Asked if she is afraid that people said she used the same surgeon as her cousin, Raymond Lam (林峯), she stressed that all along her chin has been sharp, in fact she hopes her chin to be slightly rounder and feels that at the moment, she does not need anything to be done. She does not mind if people said she has done enhancements to her face, and feels happy that people think she is prettier.
Kenneth Ma (馬國明) who was also in the studio for the same variety program, explained why he participated in this game show. He believes that his reactions are slow and he is a boring person so to participate in Super Trio <獎門人> series may end up ruining the mood of the show instead.
Many TVB male artists are rumored to be compensated highly in mainland China. Kenneth said that he has not received any arrangements from TVB to act in mainland China. Within three years, there were six to seven productions inviting him to film, but because of other work commitments, he missed the opportunities. “No heartache, I have been in this industry for so many years, I understand that if it’s yours it will be yours, it cannot be forced. The entertainment industry is very unique. Perhaps in the future there will be a role that elevate my status and asking fees, so there is no heartache now. I believe in a bit of fate as well. I hope that although there is no chance to film in mainland China, I can be like Wayne Lai (黎耀祥), and appear in many advertisements.”
Source: Ming Pao
This article is written by Jennifer for JayneStars.com.