I can’t imagine there is any TW-drama viewer out there thinking it’ll be a great idea for Aaron Yan to pair up with Tia Li for a drama. Well, let me step back and say that I don’t know how it’s possible to even think it’s a great idea for Tia Li to keep acting in dramas in the first place. The girl has one facial expression that passes for every emotion under the sun. Out of the three Dream Girls, only Puff Guo can passably act due to a natural effervescent charm and the ability to actual move her facial muscles once in awhile while reciting lines of dialogue. With Puff’s star blasting through the roof last year, in no small part due to the raging success of her onscreen pairing with Aaron Yan in the SETTV Friday night drama Just You, she’s apparently gotten too busy to even move up through the SETTV ranks. The network wanted to reunite Puff and Aaron and give them the most coveted Sunday night drama time slot for the upcoming drama to follow the currently airing turd Deja Vu with Yao Yuan Hao, Mandy Wei, and Jenna Wang. Due to Puff’s packed to the gills schedule which includes filming We Got Married Global Edition season 2 with Heechul of Super Junior, she’s had to pass on this plumb leading lady role but her agency doesn’t want the chance to fall to another actress so has managed to replace Puff with her group mate Tia. This will be Tia’s first leading lady role in a Taiwan drama, though last year she already netted her first leading lady role in China filming a collaboration TW-C drama called Tao Nu Lang (淘女郎 Tao Girl) with fellow TW-stars Lin Yo Wei and James Wen. I don’t dislike Tia because she’s rather harmless to watch but it’s undeniable that she’s a really really bad actress. The upcoming Aaron-Tia drama has the literal Chinese title of Falling in Love With Two of Me (愛上兩個我) and the only synopsis available is that Aaron plays a guy with dual personalities. He’s a cold arrogant businessman by day, a warm house husband type by night. That’s basically smushing his character and Puff’s character in JY together, right? The drama starts filming in two weeks with a scheduled end of March premiere. On one hand I’m glad Deja Vu is toddling off to the great drama abyss in the sky, but on the other hand I’m not feeling a potential drama crack coming up unless Tia magically learns how to act.