Star Awards 2016 All-Time Favourite Artiste – Rui En’s Dramas …Congratulations to Rui En on graduating this Star Awards as an All-Time Favourite Artiste!
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Posted by Toggle on Saturday, April 23, 2016
Midweek throwback to some of our favourite shows of Rui En
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By Joanna Goh
Pic 1: All the hugs and kisses seen at #SA2016SG
Pic 5: NAY: The “benchwarmers” (aka All Time Favourite Artistes)
RBKD: Toggle proposes that the All-Time Favourite Artistes can be more participative, such as inviting them to co-present awards alongside foreign artistes.
Pic 7: NAY: Keeping fans away from their idols with the red carpet
RBKD: 瑞恩 4″ x 1″ 的全身照附上“瑞恩 低姿态”的标题
2. 红星大奖2016: 新闻易炒 红星不易当 Pages 26 – 39
Page 26: 文章开头第一句：“焦点一定是瑞恩”
Page 28: 道歉大会
Page 28: 荣誉榜
Page 30： 高度防备
Page 35：《红星》Part 2 – 最i明星风范
Page 37: 关于Fashion你懂不懂 – 胜利组： 1. 瑞恩、 2. 郑惠玉、 3. 黄碧仁、 4. 陈欣淇、 5. 黄俊雄、 6. 陈炯江、 7.雅慧
Magic Performance (watch from 2:16):
Top 10 Most Popular Male Artistes (watch from 5:17):
i周刊 最i明星风范奖 (watch from 10:30):
Toggle’s Most Beloved Celebrity BFF Award:
RBKD: Updating in progress.
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Source: Channel 8 News
By Gwendolyn Ng and Yip Wai Yee
It was a bittersweet moment for TV star Rui En at the Star Awards on Sunday night (Apr 17) as she addressed her recent controversy while collecting her All Time Favourite Artiste Award on stage.
The 35-year-old actress asked for forgiveness and wondered aloud if she is suited for the entertainment industry, given her straightforward personality.
Holding her award in her hand, she said slowly: “This is an important moment in my career but I also face a difficult obstacle. To be a good actress, I not only have to act well – but I also have to put on my best self to the public. Because I have a straightforward personality, I show all my emotions on my face, so sometimes that causes misunderstandings.
“I still wonder every day if I’m suited for the entertainment industry. Regarding the recent incident – it’s still under investigation, so before the full report is out, I hope you can all forgive me. I’m unable to answer the media at this point, but I hope to apologise for whatever inconveniences this has caused. I am very sorry.”
At the end of her speech, she moved away from the microphone and gave a deep bow.
The All Time Favourite Artiste Award is given to those stars who have collected a total of 10 trophies in the Top 10 Most Popular Artiste Award category over the years.
Source: The Straits Times
By Tan Kee Yun
It was a visibly humbled and remorseful Rui En who took to the stage last night at Star Awards 2016 Show 1.
Receiving the awards ceremony’s highest accolade, All-Time Favourite Artiste,alongside actor Qi Yuwu, the 35-year-old local actress was not her usual cool and aloof self during her acceptance speech.
Last Tuesday afternoon, she had crashed her car into a parked motorcycle in Clementi. The incident sparked off an online brouhaha when it was reported that the first thing she allegedly told the biker was: “Do you know who I am?”
Police are investigating the accident.
Last night, Rui En delivered her acceptance speech after a video montage celebrating her TV career. She held back tears, gasped for breath, asked for forgiveness, and apologised – twice – to the crowd.
At the end of her speech, the actress even bowed deeply.
“This is a milestone year for my career but at the same time, it’s a year where I have to face difficulties in life,” she said in Mandarin.
“Regarding the case that happened earlier in the week, I hope all of you will forgive me for not being able to comment to the media, as it is still under investigation.
“I’m extremely sorry for causing so much inconvenience to everyone. I know a lot of people have given me unconditional love, I really thank them for that.”
She also expressed gratitude to her bosses and colleagues at management company Hype Records, who she said “have stood by me and supported me even though I’ve done wrong”.
The star also thanked her ardent fans for “never forsaking” her.
Often labelled an ice queen, Rui En showed a softer and more vulnerable side, even musing at one point: “To be a responsible actress, it’s not just about acting well, but also about presenting your best side to audiences.
“I’m so straight-talking and I don’t hide my emotions, whether they’re happy or sad emotions. And I’m aware this could cause divisive, controversial opinions (of me).
“Until now, I wonder if I’m suitable for showbiz.”
Mr Bahrom Sarmiten, 52, the owner of the parked motorcycle that Rui En hit last Tuesday, told TNP over the phone that he watched Rui En’s acceptance speech.
“Too bad I don’t understand Mandarin, but I can tell that she wanted to cry,” he said.
“I can feel that she is very sincere.”
To Rui En, Mr Bahrom added: “The higher you climb, the challenges you face are tests from God.”
He said he “does not feel any more anger” over the accident.
“In the past, I would have gone haywire (sic), but I think maybe I’m an old man now, I have mellowed.”
Source: The New Paper
日期: 18/04/2016 | 新闻来源: 联合早报