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24 March 2010 | 01:29 pm

独家!传郑惠玉因三度怀孕 辞演新剧

卓燕翎报道

今早,记者打听到制作组已向电视台内部和广告商发布消息,《最火搭档》的女主角人选已从郑惠玉改由陈莉萍出演。

记者马上向该剧的监制袁树伟求证,他接受电访时证实了郑惠玉辞演的消息。

《最火搭档》的另一女主角是瑞恩,该剧即将为演员做造型,并预计下个月中开拍。

Source: Xin.sg

Exclusive! Zoe Tay quits new drama, fueling pregnancy talk

The crime drama’s production team confirmed this morning that the Queen of Caldecott Hill dropped out from the lead role of an undercover cop two weeks ago. She will be replaced by another veteran, Chen Liping.

In the series, which also stars Rui En, she plays a well-connected hawker who’s in fact an undercover cop.

Filming for Lost & Found is scheduled to begin mid-April.

Source: MediaCorp Buzz, Channelnewsasia

阿姐怀孕后 新戏将换角

新闻来源: 新明日报 | 记者: 叶伟强

由于《最火搭档》是警匪剧,但在阿姐怀孕后,女主角确定由陈莉萍接替演出。

新传媒日前对外宣布,阿姐郑惠玉继去年主演《双子星》后,将在下月开拍的新剧《最火搭档》和瑞恩一起演出。

《最》剧其他演员的造型已确定,但陈莉萍还被长剧《想握你的手》绑着,因此她的定装会较迟才进行。

另外,《最》的主要演员也已被通知阿姐郑惠玉将不会参演,但剧组并未解释原因。

Source: Shinmin, Omy

Categorised in channelnewsasia.com, MediaCorp Buzz, Omy.sg, Shin Min, Unriddle 最火搭档, Xin.sg.

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18 March 2010 | 03:35 pm

18 March 2010 By Jamie Yap

There’re new additions and others have been snubbed. Check out whether your favourite stars made it to the top 40 most popular artistes for the upcoming Star Awards

It’s that time again when the local entertainment scene becomes a high school popularity contest.

The list of 40 nominees gunning for this year’s Star Awards’ Top 20 Most Popular Artistes has some new faces in (see IN) while some familiar names have been surprisingly dropped (see OUT) — or maybe not.

The nominees were chosen via a poll of around 1000 people (aged 7 and above).

Voting lines open today and will close at 9pm on 25 April. The final results will be announced on the second Star Awards night on 25 April at 7pm on Channel 8.

The Top 20 Most Popular Female Artistes
Joanne Peh
Belinda Lee (IN)
Felicia Chin
Ann Kok (IN)
Hong Hui Fang
Kym Ng
Yvonne Lim
Jesseca Liu
Rui En
Michelle Chong
Jeanette Aw
Quan Yi Feng
Pan Ling Ling
Lin Mei Jiao
Priscelia Chan (IN)
Pei Xuan (IN)
Vivian Lai
Xiang Yun
Michelle Chia
Jin Yin Ji

The Star Awards 2010 will be telecast live on two Sundays, Apr 18 for the professional categories, and Apr 25 for the programme and performance categories. Both shows will air at 7pm on Ch 8.

Source: MediaCorp Buzz, Channelnewsasia

Categorised in channelnewsasia.com, MediaCorp Buzz, Star Awards, Star Awards 2010.

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17 March 2010 | 04:56 pm

After she’s done with being a cancer patient, the Queen will next become a mole.

The veteran actress is set to play an undercover cop in Channel 8 drama Lost & Found.

After The Ultimatum, Zoe had only been involved with performances on the Ren Ci charity show, and cooking variety 3 Plus 1, which will air tonight.

During the studio recording for the programme, hosted by Taiwanese presenter Zeng Guocheng, Zoe told us her new TV role is “one that straddles the good and evil.” She will play a food stall owner who uses her wide-reaching contacts to aid the police, opposite a headstrong cop played by Rui En.

Source: MediaCorp Buzz and Yahoo News

Categorised in MediaCorp Buzz, Unriddle 最火搭档, Yahoo.sg.

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19 February 2010 | 05:39 pm

I’m With You 我在你左右 premieres 12 May 2010, Weekdays at 9pm, on Channel 8.

Source: MediaCorp Buzz

Categorised in MediaCorp Buzz, With You 我在你左右.

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12 January 2010 | 11:29 am

With some crystal ball gazing into the new Tiger year, we round up the 10 promising stars who [we think] are poised for big success in 2010.

12 January 2010
By Joyce J. Chansingh

Rui En

She is one of the “reigning” seven princesses of Caldecott Hill and dubbed as the icy cool and ‘tough’ one for her nonconforming attitude. Since bursting onto the media scene in 2001 as the “running girl” in a Singtel Ad, Rui En has carved out a career as an actress and singer with various notable achievements. Like an aging wine with its ability to potentially improve its flavour and soften its structure, Rui En, once the young and full of angst individual, is today a matured [and happier] young woman who’s focused on her career. Armed with two breakthrough dramas in 2010, it’s hard to turn our back on the usually aloof actress. Taking on new roles as a ‘ding-dong-merrily-on-high’ cutesy simple girl in a new drama, “Happy Family” (debuts Jan 19th), as well as a wife and pregnant mother with a 7-year-old child in another new drama, “I’m with you” (debuts May 2010), we wonder if this could be a year of awakening for our resident ice queen? Hmm we smell a Top 10 Most Popular Star Award round the corner.

Source: MediaCorp Buzz

Categorised in MediaCorp Buzz.

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09 January 2010 | 04:23 am

Remus’ comment on Rui En’s well-known abstinence from doing intimate scenes has apparently caused a rift between the two stars in an upcoming Ch 8 drama

9 January 2010
Text: Tan Thiam Peng
Photos: Sharon Toh and Tan Thiam Peng
Video: Alan Yong and Anna Lim

With a title like Happy Family, all does not seem particular joyful between the two leads of Channel 8’s upcoming Lunar New Year drama.

And it seems it all came down to a comment Malaysian actor Remus Kam made about local starlet Rui En’s well-known ascetical stance on doing intimate scenes.

The 33-year-old only learnt about it when he touched down in Singapore to film the show and previously said in an interview that it wasn’t a pity he could not kiss the actress.

“It is not a big deal because my lips have been kissed by many other female stars,” he nonchalantly declared back then.

At the drama’s press conference at Meritus Mandarin last Wednesday, Remus reiterated the very same phrase.

But this time, his co-star was seated next to him, and Rui-En’s expression gave away the fact that his words had put her nose out of joint.

When the 29-year-old actress was later asked to comment in a separate interview, it was obvious her feathers had been ruffled.

“He said wrongly,” was her short but cold reply through a forced smile.

After a couple more probing from journalists, her inner PR machine finally relented. She rolled her eyes, and uttered curtly, “Not like I’m very excited to kiss him. Got better choices.”

We figured she isn’t interested in kissing him anyway.

Throughout their solo interviews, both Rui-En and Remus gave contrary accounts of their filming experience together.

Remus cheekily revealed that he once faked that he was going to kiss Rui En during filming, and said that the actress was “shocked at that moment. She thought I was really going to kiss her.”

Rui En, on the other hand, countered his remark by stating that she wasn’t shocked at all. “No lah, that did not happen. We both knew it beforehand.”

Remus also admitted that they talked very little when the camera isn’t rolling but was also quick to correct himself (politically, that is) to dispel rumours that the two of them could not see eye-to-eye.

“What I meant was, the least kissed mouth is the most valuable, therefore mine is not,” he tried clarifying.

He even went as far to say that they had nothing to clear between each other.

Remus, who has starred in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore-Malaysia co-productions, is not new to controversy with his female counterparts. He was once linked romantically to sex icon and Taiwanese drama The Pawnshop No. 8’s co-star Tian Xin, who famously remarked his name is not fit to be placed beside hers.

We’re no prophets but we predict this might be the first and last time he and Caldecott Hill’s resident ice queen will star opposite each other.

In Happy Family, Rui En plays dimwitted Xiaodong, the foster granddaughter of Jianye (Chen Shucheng), who is estranged from his three children (Chen Tianwen, Darren Lim, Ann Kok). One day, a young Japanese man (Remus) appears, revealing himself to be the old man’s biological grandson. Together with Xiaodong, they set off to reunite the family.

The Lunar New Year serial comes after the success of Reunion Dinner a year ago. It also stars Pan Lingling and Cynthia Koh.

Happy Family debuts 19 Jan, 9pm on Channel 8. Visit happyfamily.mediacorptv.sg for more.

Source: MediaCorp Buzz | Yahoo! News

Categorised in Happy Family 过好年, MediaCorp Buzz, Yahoo.sg.

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