Grace Chow dispels talk that she is back with Show Lo


Chinese Internet celebrity Grace Chow has dispelled talk that she has gotten back together with Taiwanese star Show Lo, who had cheated on her during their nine-year relationship, reported Sin Chew Daily.

This came about when paparazzi in China claimed that a superstar and his former girlfriend were an item again and that they planned to get married in two years.

Many Internet users suspected that they were referring to Lo and Chow, which caused the pair to become a trending topic on Weibo.

Chow, 34, quickly released a video online, quashing such talk.

“Initially, I did not wish to respond. However, I realised that some people actually believed the rumour.”

She spoke about having spent a long time, searching for someone “who could motivate me, support me, spoil me, make me happy, and love me unconditionally”.

“In the end, I realised that this person has been myself all this while,” she said.

This led to her fans suggesting that she listen to Flowers by Miley Cyrus which is a song about independence and self-reliance.

Chow’s love life was a much talked about subject in 2020 when she broke up with Lo, accusing him of cheating.

Back then, she said that Lo would invite women to his hotel room whenever he was away on work trips.

Lo, 43, made several public apologies for his behaviour but the scandal was reported to have cost him nearly T$600mil (RM87mil) in endorsement deals that were cancelled.

> The Federation of Vegetable Farmers Association has urged the government to implement price subsidies for vegetables as there will be an impending shortage following the recent floods, reported Oriental Daily.

Its president Lim Ser Kwee said crops grown in Melaka, Johor and Negri Sembilan had been destroyed.

“Apart from farms being inundated, collapsed bridges and blocked roads will also prevent vegetables from being transported out to the market. This will add to the chaos,” he said.

The above articles are compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with a >, it denotes a separate news item.

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