Rainie Yang Leads the Parade of TW-stars Paying Visit to Alien Huang’s Memorial on the First Day of Service

I can’t fault the hordes of media stationed outside the memorial location for deceased singer-actor Alien Huang (Xiao Gui), it’s the biggest entertainment news on the island and remains such a shocker. Alien was confirmed to have passed from a massive heartache brought on by aortic dissection, when there is a fatal tear in his heart aorta. He was friends with basically everyone in TW-ent from the veterans to the newbies so many many people paid a visit on the first day of his memorial service. I expect those not here to come in the coming days. Going in solemn and coming out teary eyed was everyone present including ex-girlfriend and still bestie Rainie Yang, also high school classmate Tiffany Ann Hsu, Janine Chang, married couple Xiu Jie Ke and Alyssia Chia, Kid, Ming Dao, Tony Yang, Blackie and his wife, Gui Gui (Wu Ying Jie), married couple Kun Da and Alice Ke, and even disgraced star Show Luo showed up after hours when the media was gone so as to not cause a distraction. I expect even more stars to arrive in the coming days including Ruby Lin and Wallace Huo (who already sent a giant flower arrangement), Joe Cheng, Bolin Chen, Gwei Lun Mei and more are all friends and/or worked with Xiao Gui in his nearly 20 years in the industry.


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Rainie Yang Leads the Parade of TW-stars Paying Visit to Alien Huang’s Memorial on the First Day of Service — 4 Comments

  1. I still can’t believe Xiao Gui isn’t here anymore. I can feel how good of a person he was by reading the messages everyone has left him. Show Luo probably feels bad and regretful for freezing him out and not forgiving him for something he wasn’t really at fault with, now he doesn’t have a chance anymore to do that.

      • Show overheard one of his friends’ conversation with Xiao Gui. This friend said that the girls who like Show don’t really have any qualities (氣質) and then according to Show Xiao Gui then added the word shallow (膚淺). Xiao Gui said that he was only joking though.

  2. It’s occasions like this that make media seem bad. Celebrities are people too and they’re clearing grieving not looking for a photo-op. There should be some level of respect for the dead and those dealing with loss.

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