The current cheating scandal in C-ent with married Li Xiao Lu hooking up with rising young rapper PG One is really one for the books on how blatant it is. C-ent is firmly 100% on the side of cuckholded husband Jia Nai Liang, but then also rather pitying him for getting himself into this situation in the first place. Turns out Li Xiao Lu appears to never really want to be him anyways whereas he was crazy madly in love with her. He proposed publicly on stage at an event, and she was apparently reluctant to go on stage when she saw he was about to propose.
When asked later she said she picked him because her parents like him. He loves her so much that he got ten earrings because he knows she likes guys with earrings. Since getting married, he has done ALL the cooking, cleaning, and child rearing so she never has to do any housework. Once he visited her on set and it was raining so he carried her so she didn’t have to get her feet wet. When she comes home tired he brings out a bucket of hot water to soak her feet. Li Xiao Lu clearly has a type and it’s “rapper”, having dated Han Geng before she married Jia Nai Liang, and reportedly hit on Kris many times, so C-netizens are basically calling Jia Nai Liang a poor fool in love who had this coming. Continue reading
Scandal is the flip coin of popularity and comes hand in hand in case folks argue that stars should expect privacy in their personal lives. C-ent has been gripped and atwitter over an adulterous cheating scandal that erupted on New … Continue reading
It’s the annual Chinese Drama Awards in Beijing and this year’s gala including plenty of popular and familiar faces of C-ent. 2016 was a decent year for C-dramas though nothing hooked me quite like Nirvana in Fire did in 2015 … Continue reading
Mainland Chinese entertainment shows has evolved greatly from the tendency towards bombastic stage spectacles, but the love of shiny things remains a deeply rooted custom. This weekend is the Golden Eagle Awards, China’s television awards show equivalent of the Golden … Continue reading
There was plenty of glitter across both sides of the strait this past week – Taiwan held its highest television honors with the Golden Bell Awards while the popular Chinese and Korean stars alighted for the Bazaar Star Charity Night in Beijing. I … Continue reading
There’s a viral photo shop series going around this past week featuring a handful of the currently most popular Chinese actresses spliced into the iconic Cinderella live-action movie poster featuring Lily James. It’s totally worth checking out even if the photo shop skills … Continue reading
Sometimes I wonder if SARFT releases decrees and suggestions and the Chinese networks give a collective shrug and go back to their regularly scheduled programming. A little over a month ago SARFT issued a suggestive letter that it wished all … Continue reading