Vivian Hsu Issues Statement Vehemently Denying She’s the Married Star Cheating with Leehom Wang as He Starts to Lose Endorsements in Wake of Divorce Scandal

TW-star Leehom Wang‘s soon to be ex-wife Lee JIng Lei’s 10,000 word revelation about her meeting, dating, marrying, and life with him was so packed with information there are multiple threads to unpack about his bad behavior. One of the allegations was him cheating on Lee Jing Lei while they were dating, those women even came to Lee Jing Lei crying that they thought they were dating Leehom and did not know he was dating others at the same time. Even worse was the cheating continued after Lee Jing Lei married him, and aside from soliciting prostitution he also cheated on her with a married star with child friend who was friends-with-benefits with Leehom. Lee Jing Lei said Leehom had to go to that married star even breaking regulations to do it. TW-netizens immediately zeroed in on TW-star Vivian Hsu, who is openly good friends with Leehom, and she’s married with a kid and earlier this year both got in trouble after Leehom attended a house party she hosted during his 7-days of home management period (after the 14 day quarantine there is 7 days of avoiding group gatherings). The stars at that house gathering all posted apologies for breaking COVID-19 protocols. Furthermore, tabloid Apple Daily revealed that it received multiple tips about Leehom’s bad behavior prior to and after the divorce announcement and one of the tip offs claimed he was cheating with Vivian and the tipster said Leehom was seen around Vivian’s house late at night and would stay for a few hours. A neighbor claimed to have seen Leehom entering Vivian’s condo unit. Vivian has released a statement that she DID NOT and IS NOT cheating on her husband with Leehom and the two times she saw him this year were all gatherings with friends and she posted it online then. She has not seem him by herself. She asked Leehom to speak up and refute this rumor around her caused by his divorce. She asked Leehom to not let his own personal issues impact others negatively.

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Chinese Oscars the 2018 Golden Horse Awards Gets Star-studded Attendance and Teary Best Film Win for Young Deceased Director

The last few years have been meh with the Golden Horse Awards, the Chinese-language film equivalent of the Oscars, due to flagging star-studded movies and creativity that also connects with the mass public. This year the ceremony staged a revival … Continue reading

Taiwan and Chinese Top Actresses Aging Beautifully with Success and Happiness Under their Belts

There are always going to be younger and fresher faces in the entertainment industry, not to mention how annoying it is for fans or media to obsesses on actresses aging and/or not getting married. I like to dedicate a post … Continue reading

TVBS Magazine Releases Top-10 Most Powerful Star Ranking in Taiwan

Given that this is just the subjective assessment of one major Taiwanese entertainment publication TVBS Magazine, it’s still pretty darn accurate in my estimation. The power rankings are out for the top Taiwanese entertainers of 2013 with ten selected from … Continue reading

Charity Photo Exhibition Reveals Taiwan Stars Transformed Into Iconic Images

Today was the unveiling of the Da Ren Wu Charity Photo Exhibition in Taipei (da ren wu literally means big person and here it refers to someone famous), where nearly forty of Taiwan’s biggest entertainers participated in an edgy and … Continue reading

Red Carpet Pictures from the 2011 Golden Horse Awards

Taiwan’s most prestigious awards show came and went, and thankfully the results caused no sputtering outrage and mud flinging the way the Golden Bells did last month. Last night’s Golden Horse Awards was a rather muted affair, with some viewers … Continue reading