The big question on everyone’s lips, of course, is whether or not Quinlivan is allowed to call “Emperor Jay” by his first name.
“I just call him what everyone else does,” she said at a recent promotional event.
When pushed, she admitted that she calls him Jay. Not necessarily a full admission that they are a couple. But only a concubine could probably get away with calling the emperor by his first name.
With all the media scrutiny, it’s hardly surprising that some celebrities aren’t even bothering with relationships. While S.H.E band mates Selina Jen (任家萱) savors her marriage to Richard Chang (張承中) and Ella Chen (陳嘉樺) is set to marry Malaysian cosmetics executive Alvin Lai (賴斯翔), Hebe Tien (田馥甄) told the media that she’s putting her career before romance.
Perhaps Hsiao is putting love on hold because she has been following the soap opera that has become Hu Ying-chen’s (胡盈禎) life since she got involved with plastic surgeon Lee Chin-liang (李進良).
Lee’s list of alleged extra-marital affairs (hostesses and starlets) and sexual impropriety (a Japanese porn star) are too numerous to detail here. Through thick and thin, however, the daughter of entertainer Hu Gua (胡瓜) has stuck by her man. That was until intrepid Apple Daily reporters filmed him on a night out with the mysterious Alison.
Hu Ying-chen called her husband’s behavior “an outrage.”
Afterwards, she moved into her father’s house, according to the United Daily News, and has said that the pair are now separated.
But the surgeon has other, perhaps more serious, problems. Our sister paper the Liberty Times reported that he has just lost an appeal over allegations that he illegally inserted silicone breast implants into a patient. The Taiwan High Court handed him a six-month jail sentence, which can be commuted to a NT$180,000 fine.