The fallout from the battle of the boobs being waged by sex kittens Shushu (舒舒) and Yaoyao (瑤瑤), real name Kuo Shu-yao (郭書瑤), continues this week with Next Magazine (壹周刊) entering into extended speculation about how Shushu, real name Tseng
Ya-ling (曾雅鈴), obtained her 32E bazookas.
The National Communications Commission (NCC) had voiced its disapproval when the pair gave a comprehensive rundown of their cha-chas on national television.
Seeing as young men across the country seem to have achieved unrivalled levels of excitement from watching Shushu get to grips with a pneumatic drill while wearing a sexy workman’s outfit and low-slung tank top in an ad for the Internet role-playing game Prophecy Online (預言Online), Next’s line of inquiry appears immaterial.
Whether Shushu’s turn in the advertisement is more or less sexually suggestive than rival Yaoyao’s now infamous ad for Kill Online (殺Online) — in which her breasts are shown swaying as she straddles an undulating exercise machine — is open to question, but both have been pulled from public broadcast for the present. Shushu’s ad has been taken down from buses.
Fortunately, for those bent, in the spirit of objective research, on determining the relative merits of Shushu and Yaoyao’s ads for themselves, they are still available on YouTube.
Yaoyao’s agent has accused Shushu of being a cheap knockoff of the original jug jiggler, but Next magazine helpfully quotes Shushu’s agent rebuffing allegations of breast enhancement.
“I’ve felt her tits, and they’re soft, not hard,” the unnamed agent is quoted as saying.
The maelstrom of publicity has seen Shushu lose a contract to open the season for the Uni-President Lions. Yaoyao opened the season for the La New Bears on March 29.
Yaoyao has responded to the brouhaha by saying that she will now keep her woofers under wraps and work on cultivating a cute and vivacious image.
This does not, however, preclude the publication of a photo album later this year in which Yaoyao dons nurse and sailor costumes.
“As to how much cleavage will be shown, we’ll keep that to a minimum,” her agent is quoted as saying. “You can’t really specify the number of inches of cleavage shown in the contract.”
Staying with the theme of exhibitionists, a new face is likely to capture major paparazzi attention if the reported relationship between porn star Maria Ozawa and local actor Bryant Chang (張睿家) takes off.
Ozawa, who visited Taiwan to attend Spring Scream last weekend, has a role in Invitation Only (絕命派對), billed as Taiwan’s first slasher horror film.
Chang has a starring role in the film, which is scheduled for release on April 17.
The star of such hardcore fare as Shemale Orgy Gangbang Rape and Enema Clyster Large Jet Best Collection for Japan’s DAS porn production house, Ozawa’s visit was much anticipated, and according to Next, super-stud Ethan Ruan (阮經天) had publicly expressed an interest in meeting her.
The magazine quoted Ruan as stating that he hoped his girlfriend would not be jealous, but there were things Ozawa could do that his girlfriend couldn’t.
Ruan reportedly got a slap on the wrist from his handlers at SetTV (三立) for making inappropriate comments and any meeting between the two was nixed.
In response to the publication of photos showing Chang and Ozawa getting up close and personal, the porn star would not commit herself beyond saying that Chang was a nice boy who was very considerate.
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