Special treatment for Eliza Sam, none for Fala Chen who's 'less attractive'

8 April 2014 / 2 years 6 months ago

Two nights ago, Eliza Sam (岑麗香) and Fala Chen (陳法拉) appeared as guest models for a fashion brand function. They both wore revealing dresses to show off their figures in front of the press.

Standing next to Eliza, who appears more curvaceous, Fala’s skinny figure was considered to be less attractive by tabloids, reports a Jayne Stars article.

Currently highly promoted, Eliza was given the opportunity to try out three dresses that night while Fala wore the same dress the entire time.

Starring in TVB’s classic fantasy drama remake, Double Fantasies <無雙譜>, Eliza revealed she has been interacting with many canaries while filming. Developing a close relationship with the birds, she even asked the company for permission to keep one of the birds.

“There are a total of three canaries and I’m thinking about whether I should keep the other two as well. Canaries are easy to take care of, and they tuck in their necks like a ball when they sleep. It’s so cute!” Eliza exclaimed.

She jokingly added that her future boyfriend has to love the canaries as well, since they are now a “team”.

On the other hand, Fala is preparing for her role in an upcoming new film. Not wanting to spill additional information, Fala only revealed she has been reviewing some physics textbooks recently and implied the film has some relations to the subject.

Earlier, reports alleged that close friend Steven Ma (馬浚偉) invited her to sign with his own production company. Fala laughed and replied, “We’re still discussing at the moment. He wants me to sing a duet with him, since that was always our wish.”

For many years, Steven has treated Fala like his younger sister, along with Tavia Yeung (楊怡) and Linda Chung (鍾嘉欣). Fala expressed that even if she does not have a physical contract with Steven’s company, she is still more than glad to collaborate with him.

“As long as he says so, I will agree! He really adores me and is my older brother!”

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