Well, well, well. To be fair, Jiro never had a chance in It Started With A Kiss anyway. I showed my mom these pictures and told her that they’re making ISWAK 3 without Ariel Lin and she’s throwing a fit right now. LOL. Yesh. I’m the evil child and she worships the said drama so much I just wanted to mess with her. Official name is now Singles Villa (former name – Together Because We’re Single).
Or if you prefer her full pinyin name – Mao Xiao Tong. She’s the cutie pie in Love is Back and the spoiled Guo Fu in the upcoming Romance of the Condor Heroes (new previews after the jump). No, she’s not getting married. But with the wedding fever in Taiwan and China, every girl wants to take bridal photos too. She’s like a delicate peony in the sunshine. Yep, my list of girl crushes keeps growing longer. I can’t help it, you guys see it too, right? She’s adorable!
Next time there’s a party involving these two individuals, I would advise everyone to come armed with a knife. The sexual tension in the room is so thick you could cut it and serve it. Our couple has their first photoshoot in this episode. And now that I know what the behind-the-scene footages look like, the official pictures don’t carry the same sentiments anymore. My gosh. *fans self*
We made it past wednesday. One more day before the weekend, drifters! I know most of us are still speechless and deeply saddened about the sudden departure of D-addicts torrent section. D-addicts was where I learned to torrent and the place I uploaded my first torrent. So this news definitely hurt where it matters. But when there’s a strong will to share, uploaders will definitely find a way (have we not overcome many hurdles before this?) As a matter of fact, there’s already a thread discussing that right here. A helping hand here and there and we might have something soon.
Anyway, Rainie Yang just released her music video for her latest song, “Some Water.” Hopefully, the appearance of Mr. Bright Smile can soothe a part of your sorrow.
Three posts in one day? Who’s the bomb now?! ME. Well, I have work the next two days so I’m just gonna update consecutively knowing that I’ll be too tired after work to do anything. You ladies have fun with all the pretty. Following the footsteps of actors-to-directors (Deng Chao, Ruby Lin, Zhao Wei, etc), Alec Su‘s movie adaptation of popular novel, The Left Ear, written by Rao Xue Man, will hit theaters in early 2015. A press conference is held today in which the four main actors, posters, and a trailer are introduced to the audience. However, the face of our female lead is hidden/excluded in ALL promotional materials. This is a first.