Moses Chan "Blushes" In Response to Aimee Chan's Pregnancy Rumor
Moses Chan and Aimee Chan have been dating for two years. Recently it was widely rumored Aimee withdrew from the June martial arts TVB series Cold Mountain Hidden Dragon because she's pregnant and is spending her maternity leave in Canada.
Regarding to the rumor that Moses is ready to accompany his girlfriend to Canada to meet her parents and marry her, Moses responded last night: "Thank you for the blessings. Wait until I actually do get married! I will announce if there is good news."
Since Aimee attended the Slow Boat Home promotion on May 8th, she "disappeared" from the public. Last week, she suddenly withdrew from the new series in June, Cold Mountain Hidden Dragon, because of "personal reasons". Producer Marco Law expressed she's heading back overseas to handle her personal matters. It was rumored Aimee and Moses are getting married in Canada. Earlier Moses responded: "I'm not telling you! If I'm getting married, I will let you know, but I want my personal space too. I won't be sharing every step of the way with everyone."
Yesterday it was rumored Aimee is pregnant and because Cold Mountain Hidden Dragon is a martial arts series, she won't be able to do the action scenes, so she turned it down and is heading back to Canada to await for labor. TVB executive Virgina Lok responded to the rumor. She expressed she is not sure, she will have to find out first. As to the 'lightning marriage' rumor, Miss Lok is unsure. She disclosed Aimee mentioned she had some family issues and wants to request leave to go back to Canada, but Moses is staying in HK. If the rumor is true, Moses would have definitely accompanied Aimee to Canada. It was said Aimee initially took 3 weeks off, but then she extended it to the rest of the year, is Aimee taking maternity leave? Miss Lok did not respond to the question, but she said: "If the rumor is true, then we will have to congratulate them. Moses is a person who has plans for the future and he's at a marriageable age. Aimee is a very good [girlfriend], they're very matching and the audience accepts them."
Preparing for Marriage
Yesterday Moses was on a radio interview and disclosed his wish to start a family: "My life is not perfect yet because I still haven't started my own family. At a young age, I thought I would be married with kids before age 30, but that still did not happen. Nowadays, I value family a lot more, I'm working hard for the future and must really love the person besides me." Asked if he's preparing now? Moses said honestly: "I really am preparing!" He repeated that comment twice. The "Coffee Prince" is ready to be a father. However despite his love for coffee, he will not allow his future son to drink coffee while still at a young age. He is only allowed to drink "babyccino"!
On WhatsApp, the reporter asked Moses: "Then are you going to marry Aimee in June first and then tell us the good news of Aimee's pregnancy?! If she's pregnant, don't let her drink coffee! Tell Aimee to drink babyccino first! =P" Moses responded with a "blushing" emoticon.
TVB Admits Miscalculated 'Bullet Brain' & 'Beauty At War'
TVB's low-rated series has been a hot topic as of late. TVB Assistant General Manager Peter Au Wai Lam met the press yesterday to explain the reason for Bullet Brain and Beauty At War's low ratings. He admitted the low ratings really was surprising. "In the past, the audience have mentioned TVB series lacked creativity, and our colleagues also hoped for something new in the productions. Bullet Brain and Beauty At War were produced using different techniques, but the ratings have not been ideal. The crew will have to reflect on this downfall."
New Attempt Comes with Consequence
Mr. Au believed the audience felt "lost" because they didn't understand the first two episodes, and there are some people who were making judgements, "don't understand it", based on the rumors rather than actually watching the series for themselves. Learning from this experience, will the crew reflect on whether they were being too ambitious? Mr. Au expressed: "Any new attempt comes with consequences. In the future, we'll keep the production to a balance. When Heaven Burns also had low ratings, but it was later regarded as a 'god-level' series. Perhaps the production of this series was too rushed."
Last Minute Scripts Cause Impact on Artists
As for Sheren Tang having difficulty tolerating the 'zero script' system, Mr. Au said: "Sheren's maintained her standards. Last minute scripts are inevitable in the TV and film world because everyone is pursuing perfection. But, I propose having a complete script before the filming begins. No script does indeed cause an impact on the artists." The low ratings triggered the audience scolding at the artists, Mr. Au understands the low ratings disappointed colleagues, "Everyone speak up, should let it go and move forward."
Same Artists in the 3 Current Series
When speaking of the tight supply/demand on artists? Mr. Au said: "The artists each have a different mentality. Those who lack patience would want to go out and work elsewhere. At this stage, we need new faces. The artists with expiring contracts, we can collaborate with them in a different way, such as signing a per-series contract with them to maintain the relationship." He admitted the reason why we're seeing the same artists appear in two or three of the current broadcasting series is because there is indeed a shortage of artists: "In the past year, there are issues with the broadcast schedule arrangements. Changes are necessary in order to prevent it from happening again." Mr. Au explained TVB will do better on their series in the future.
Kristal Tin "Hums" to an Opportunity to Launch Her First Solo Album
Yesterday Kristal Tin, Priscilla Wong, Roger Kwok, Evergreen Mak, Grace Wong, Whitney Hui, Cheung Wing Hong and the rest of the TVB series Tongue Sword Courtroom held an end-of-filming dinner. It was said Kristal Tin felt displeased because TVB gave Priscilla more screen time and thus the two were rumored on bad terms. Last night at the dinner, Kristal and Priscilla were the center of attention, but the two were chatting happily and taking pictures together, proving that they are not on bad terms. Kristal posted a photo of her and Priscilla on Weibo: "Fate will bring us back together! Add oil!" Priscilla replied: "I am grateful to have met you. Ah Tin, (Kristal) I really want to collaborate with you again!"
Kristal was in a wonderful mood, she revealed she'll be taking two months off after this to complete something big in her life. Actually Kristal is just talking about launching her first solo album. Kristal won this opportunity because one day she was humming her way into the TVB makeup room, someone captured her humming and uploaded it on the internet, which was then spotted by record company owner Paco Wong. He took initiative, contacted Kristal to ask whether she's interested in launching her very own album. Kristal said: "I'll be recording 10 songs this time, just recording covers of my favorite male singers' old songs. I don't have any new songs. (Will you be singing your husband Chapman To's songs?) He only has two songs, and their offensive too. If I make a cover of his songs, then he'll just be suffering in shame! (Your husband doing the photo shoot for the album cover?) I hope to ask my husband to participate too!"
Priscilla Reflect on Her Past, Will Not Mention "6.4" Again
Recently an 1999 episode of RTHK's Hong Kong Connection circulated online (watch here). At the time, 17 year old Priscilla Wong was interviewed and she talked about her "6.4 feelings" (referring to the June Fourth Incident of 1989) on the show. Priscilla said: "I don't regret talking about it. At the time, I was very honest and didn't think it would broadcast again! When one gets older, their views changes. (Is it because you're an artist now, and don't want to talk about politics?) Not related, I'm just afraid it would impact others. (Worried this might hinder your opportunities in Mainland?) No fear, that was said when I was barely 17 years old. I was still a kid. Watching myself again now, I thought it was very funny!" Netizens responded to Priscilla's comment "when one gets older, their views changes." Netizens urged her not to "betray your former self" and named her "Goddess of Democracy". Priscilla said on Weibo: "My middle school teacher anxiously asked me, what does it mean when someone gets older, their views changes? I said, when one gets older they learn to keep their views, beliefs and commitments in their hearts and not to hang it on the side of their mouth. Honestly, I am a little hurt. I felt heartbroken that year. Today allow me to put it all in my heart, don't talk about it, please?"
Gillian Chung's 10 Month Relationship with Mr. K is Game Over
Gillian Chung and her Korean boyfriend (Mr. K) officially broke up earlier this month! This means game over on their 10 months relationship! Yesterday afternoon, a reader discovered Ah Sa and Ah Gil removed Mr. K from their list of following on Weibo, which then triggered the break up rumor. Reporters contacted both girls, Ah Sa's assistant expressed Ah Sa is currently resting and will not comment. Their manager Mani Fok said "no comment" via WeChat. The not-admitting-not-denying attitude signals that there must be an issue.
It was understood, Ah Gil still introduced Mr. K as her boyfriend a month ago, but because they're both busy people, they didn't have the time to go on dates and the interest rapidly declined. The couple eventually ended in a peaceful break up. To avoid dragging the relationship, Ah Gil just removed Mr. K from her Weibo list of following.
Girls′ Generation (SNSD) may be taking a break from the Korean music scene, but Korea′s representative girl group is proving it still knows how to have fun.
SNSD released its PV for Love & Girls ahead of the release of its seventh Japanese single album of the same name.
The video featured 1,000 girls from the ages of 10-20 to create a setting similar to a flash mob. This is the first time SNSD has featured such a large crowd in a video, straying away from the traditional staged SM videos.
SNSD′s seventh Japanese album will be released on June 19. The girl group wrapped up its Girls′ Generation 2nd Japan Arena Tour in Osaka in April and will be focusing on its 2013 Girls′ Generation World Tour Girls & Peace in June.