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31 December 2007 | 11:35 pm

王沺裁和李名顺合拍过《天蝎行动》,相处不错,对于李名顺发生这些事,他感到难过。他称赞李名顺很勇敢,觉得事件至今处理得不错,若换成是自己也不知道能不能应付。

陈汉玮接演冲动警察

陈汉玮受访时说,无论自己是否接替訽先李名顺的角色,他的感觉是:既不开心,也不难过。他说什么角色都好,只要是公司给的他都接。

能够演出冲动警察,陈汉玮相当喜欢,因为有发挥空间。

至于李名顺,他偶尔会传简讯给他,为他打气。陈汉玮在本地和泰国拜四面佛时,也曾为李名顺祷告,希望他的风波赶快过去。

《破茧而出》

对观众太深奥?

新传媒阿哥李名顺被换角的新剧目前暂名《破茧而出》,之前曾考虑过《火箭出击》《最高戒备》等名,监制杨锡彬和剧组开了几天的会讨论出这个名称,不过他仍不满意。

杨锡彬告诉本报,剧名意思是指剧中主角身陷谜团中,最后才打破谜团,找出真相。不过他私下作调查,发现很多人包括大学生,把《破茧而出》念成“破萤而出”或“破虫而出”,都不明白“茧”的意思,他担心剧名对许多观众来说太深奥了。

杨锡彬说,如果观众有更好的建议,可以来电本报影艺热线留言,他会参考再作最后定名。

《破茧而出》是类似《刑警二人组》的警匪剧,杨锡彬说《破》演员阵容更庞大,描写一组以冲动警探陈汉玮与精明警探曹国辉为首的重案组,破解一连串重案的故事。剧中另一主角是扮演拥有双重身份法医的王沺裁,角色亦正亦邪。

Source: Unknown

Categorised in Metamorphosis 破茧而出.

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29 December 2007 | 01:51 pm

The Straits Times, 29 Dec 2007

Eddino Abdul Hadi
MUSIC REPORTER

ASIA’S newly crowned idol Hady Mirza will have his first public performance since his big win at a New Year countdown show on Monday night.
But if you think it’s at a glitzy do, think again.
Hady will be singing in the heartlands. More specifically, in a field in Punggol, near his home.
Together with fellow Hype Records labelmates Rui En and Jonathan Leong, he will be belting out three songs to an estimated crowd of 10,000, including a duet with Mr Michael Palmer, an MP for Pasir Ris-Punggol GRC.
The gig is organised by Punggol East Citizen’s Consultative Committees and its grassroots organisations.

Source: The Straits Times

Categorised in The Straits Times.

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27 December 2007 | 07:42 pm

27th December 2007

Page 13 – 芮恩最DIY

Page 42 & 43 特报 Feature – 电视行情数字

Source: I Weekly

Categorised in Honour and Passion 宝家卫国, I-Weekly, Metamorphosis 破茧而出, Ratings 节目收视率, Star Awards, Star Awards 2007.

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27 December 2007 | 01:42 pm

The Straits Times, 27 Dec 2007

IN AN acting stable filled with sweet young things, Rui En is a breath of fresh air with her edgy dressing and nonchalant love for the colour black.
Eschewing pretty frocks for sexy pants, designer labels for vintage fare, the 26-year-old MediaCorp artiste needs no help from style gurus to make a fashion statement.
Which is why she has earned a spot in our list of top 10 fashion icons this year, which honours those who have defied sartorial conventions and proved that innovation is way more fun than imitation.

Source: The Straits Times

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27 December 2007 | 01:31 pm

The Straits Times, 27 Dec 2007

These are the people who defied fashion conventions and created their own styles this year

In the world of fashion where trends come and go swiftly, the element of surprise is a highly prized asset.

The ones who stood out this year turned the rules upside down (a boy wearing make-up became hot, a geek became cool), defied expectations (cute hairstyles transformed near has-beens into trend-setters) and proved that innovation is way more fun than imitation.

The bottomline: Our list of 10 new fashion icons (in no particular order) were those whom you couldn’t stop looking at or talking about.

Rui En (above, right), 26

She may be one of MediaCorp’s Seven Princesses, but froufrou frocks don’t make the cut for this cool customer.

Instead of making high-end designer gowns resemble This Fashion bargain-bin finds like many of her colleagues, the singer-actress stands out for the matter-of-fact way she sticks to what she likes when it comes to style.

That usually means wearing pants rather than dresses, a nonchalant preference for the colour black and high-street brands rather than haute couture.

Just like last year, she chose to wear her own togs to the recent Star Awards (above), pairing a H&M jacket with Aldo shoes and latex tights bought online for $200. The whole outfit probably cost less than one of the gem-encrusted baubles on Fann Wong, but Rui En made it work with her take-me-as-I-am personality.

And fans seem to have no problem with that. While the fortunes of the other princesses rise and fall, she’s made the Top 10 Most Popular Female Artistes list for three years running. Which just goes to show that you don’t always need David Gan’s magic style wand to make it in this town.

Source: The Straits Times

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27 December 2007 | 12:49 pm

27th December 2007

Page 40 & 41 – Three Times a Lady

Source: 8 Days

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20 December 2007 | 01:37 pm

20th December 2007

Princess Diaries

Source: 8 Days

Categorised in 8 DAYS, Star Awards, Star Awards 2007.

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18 December 2007 | 02:02 pm

The Straits Times, 18 Dec 2007

The stars who chose to dress themselves instead of relying on couture labels fared better in the style stakes.
WHILE the seven princesses did not sweep MediaCorp’s Star Awards on Sunday night as many had anticipated, most of them did pretty well in the style stakes.
Rui En, who jokingly called herself “a fashionista on a budget”, eschewed stylists for her own too-cool-for-school all-black ensemble of a H&M jacket, rocker-chic latex tights and Aldo shoes.

Source: The Straits Times

Categorised in The Straits Times.

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18 December 2007 | 01:54 am

The Straits Times, 18 Dec 2007

Top 10 Most Popular Female Artistes: Kym Ng, Xiang Yun, Vivian Lai, Jesseca Liu, Ivy Lee, Quan Yifeng, Rui En, Felicia Chin, Huang Biren and Michelle Chia

Source: The Straits Times

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