Myolie Wu Says She Once Threw Up After A Male Star Kissed Her For A Scene, Netizens Think She’s Talking About Raymond Wong
And no, it wasn't because he's a bad kisser.
Hong Kong actress Myolie Wu, 42, recently made an appearance on Wong Cho Lam’s talk show Cho Lam Is My Sis, where the host chats with his female celeb pals and gets them to share never-before-revealed anecdotes about their lives and careers
Myolie, of course, wasn’t spared from Cho Lam’s expert prying.
When asked about her worst experience when filming a kissing scene, the actress, who has appeared in many dramas since coming in third in the Miss Hong Kong Pageant in 1999, said it was “something that couldn't be revealed”.
But after Cho Lam’s persistent questioning, Myolie eventually let on that it was when she received a peck from a co-star when filming a scene by the road.
“I remember it was when I was filming When A Dog Loves A Cat (2008), and there wasn't much to that scene. But for some reason, maybe because my stomach was not feeling too well, I immediately threw up on the spot after the kissing scene,” she said.
Although she did not reveal whether the scene in particular was with Gallen Lo or Raymond Wong, who both played her love interests in the show, netizens found a screenshot of the drama, in which she received a peck on the cheek from Raymond while standing by a road.
Later, Cho Lam asked Myolie to name “a celeb [she] was most afraid to receive a call from”. He then brought up Johnson Lee, whom she was rumoured to be dating eight years ago.
Myolie, who has been married to businessman Phillip Lee since 2015, then quickly said: “He wouldn't call me”.
As for the drama she was most unsatisfied with, Myolie picked Triumph In The Skies (2003).
“It was the first time I was playing an important character with many scenes, and I felt like I had to do more for my role. But at that point, I really didn't know what I was doing and I was very lost and afraid. Looking back, I feel like I could’ve done better,” she said.
You can watch a clip of Cho Lam’s chat with Myolie below. P/S: It's only available in Cantonese.
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