It's official! Perfect Hong Kong couple Gigi Leung (
The model ex-couple even broke up in a graceful way, stressing that the break-up didn't involve a third party nor hard feelings between them. Some gossip insiders believe distance was the reason for the split, as Leung often travels abroad for work and Cheng spends most of the time playing computer games at home. Others think Cheng's contin-uing close relationship with his previous girlfriend, sexy star Maggie Siu (
Either way, the prince-and-princess-living-happily-ever-after fairly tale has once again, proved unattainable in real life.
After a failed attempt to woo Patty Hou (
When asked to comment on the story, Jay Chou (
According to the Liberty Times, Lau Wai-keung (
Chou exposed his shy side to Jet Li (
At the press conference held to announce the movie's theme song, Li said he was a bit worried to learn that Chou was responsible for the tune, as "his beats are even faster than my kicks."
Li did however express his pleasure at the outcome.
Li also spoke favorably of Chou's directorial talent and asked the Mando-pop king not to forget to cast him in his films when he becomes a director one day.
And his majesty's response? Nervous and almost speechless on meeting with his life-long idol Li, Chou said he would not dare to direct the action hero.
Winning the first place on the Mando-pop bill board in the first month of this year, Wang Lee-hom's (王力宏) new album Unparalleled Hero (蓋世英雄) has already sold 1 million copies across Asia. The key to his success? Apart from his pretty face, Wang creatively combines Chinese traditional music with hip hop beats to create a new fusion style called "chinked-out" music.
As one of Pop Stop's showbiz informers pointed out, "chink" was and is a racial slur referring to Chinese people. By turning the negative connotation upside-down, Wang said the term would be given a new meaning in relation to a musical style that is international and Chinese at the same time.
Judging from the success of Wang's new sound, the word "chink" will soon become a moniker of cool like "taike" has.