Above are the winners from last year. This year, will history repeat itself. Anne Thongprasom and Ken Theeradeth are nominated in the best actress and actor category again much like last year. Will they win?
I should I have written this up the day of the wedding, time constraint preventing me from doing so. Plus, a few days after the wedding, more pictures are available online for us to gawk at. This post is just an excuse to provide a picture link and to post wedding pictures. Check out more pictures from Paula and Edward’s wedding from their photographer’s facebook account here.
Well wishes from a few of Paula’s friends, not a lot, just a few.
Back in October, Opps magazine asked several Thai stars the marriage and baby question, at what age do they believe they will be ready to settle down and have babies. Their answers will surprise you because it got me laughing, especially Chakrit, who said he wanted to get married at the tender age of 15 because he wanted to be a father. However, things did not turn out as he wanted to. Good thing guy, 15 is a little young.
Raised eyebrows or it’s your kinda thing–nonetheless you can’t deny it was beautifully done and the ladies who participated look smoking hot. The concept for Image magazine’s December 2010 concept is Greek mythology meets Roman warriors.
Yea, yea, Manager Thai netizens are complaining again–female Thai stars were showing too much skin at the 7th annual TV Inside Hot Awards show this past Sunday, August 15th. The phrase ‘boob show’ was mentioned. Haha. But my most favorite comment from a Thai netizen regarding this subject involved Pancake and the film Avatar. Pancake wore a modest, orange, 1950′s style, formal cocktail dress–the color matched her boyfriend’s dress shirt. Good gosh, they are matching again. Once in a while is okay, but they do it so often, it bugs me. They’re like Thailand’s Ken and Barbie, they should just be Pancake and Weir. Oy. Sorry for the rant. You know me when it comes to couples matching, it’s irritates me to the core.
The comment:”Out of all of them, Pancake looked the best. She looked natural. The rest, they look like avatar.”–meaning they look fake, freakish. HAHA. That’s my interpretation.
I saw the teaser “Rabum Duang Dao (Star Dance)” a few weeks ago, it scared the living ‘who’ out of me. Each character seemed shady and despicable, even the nang’ek–shaking her tush and doing a lesbian kiss. Oh my lord, faints.
Meuy, the nang’ek played by singer “Lydia” Sarunrat Visutthithada, won’t be your typical prissy nang’ek. She is a good person, but does not act ‘sandee’, like a good girl. She will shake her tush, show off her cleavage to succeed in the Thai entertainment industry. Her image is of a sexy tough girl. Really she is not like that at all. She is a just a poor girl trying to make it big, so that she can take care of her mother and younger siblings.
On the other side of the spectrum, we have Namwan, our villain played by Ploy Chermarn. Namwan is pretty, rich, and a famous leading actress. She has been in many lakorns and is very popular among audiences. On the surface, she seems like a good person. Behind the scenes, she has many secrets and is just crazy. Namwan has slept her to the top, she only associates with people who will make her be a star. Namwan is having an affair with a famous plastic surgeon name Watit (Thanakorn Posayanon) to maintain her beauty. She sleeps with him in order to keep it a secret that she has had plastic surgery done before.
Namwan’s archenemy is Rommee (Aerin Siripon), a famous actress too. Rommee usually takes on the sexy girl roles. Rommee and Namwan do not get along at all because Rommee knows Namwan’s true self–that Namwan is a faker and not as innocent as she pretends to be. Their hostile relationship worsened when Meuy enters the Thai Entertainment industry. Meuy and Rommee become fast friends and Namwan becomes even more ticked off with Rommee. Meuy is new and fresh, a rising star. Namwan sees Meuy as a threat to her stardom and does everything possible to tarnish Meuy’s image and career.
In the midst of all this girl on girl drama, we have reporter Payut (Oil Thana). Though everyone sees him as just another shabby reporter, he is not. His family is pretty wealthy, his father owns a large newspaper company, he just out in the field learning the family trade. When Meuy is being bullied by Namwan, Payut is there to help her.
“Rabum Duang Dao (Dance of the Stars)” will air next Thursday, August 26, 2010 on Ch3. I’m sure I’m not the only person who has noticed this, Ploy Chermarn has been typecasted in the two-face nang’rai role. Have you noticed, all her characters now are strong two-faced nang’rais–good on the outside, just plain despicable on the inside. She has been playing the same role over and over for nearly all of her lakorns lately.
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