Waha! The duet! Lady Gaga and Maria Aragon finally had their duet on the Toronto stage the past weekend. I think it’s awesome that they sang “Born This Way” together – and cute that Maria sat on Lady Gaga’s lap. A little weird that she sat on underwear-clad Lady Gaga though.
Seo Shin Ae reminds me of the Korean version of Abigail Breslin – both are cute, and Seo doesn’t really take risky roles, but does act in roles that are more mature. Or maybe she’s trying to be like Moon Geun Young. Anyways, this gal is going to appear in a KBS drama special called Boy Meets Girl. She plays a 12 year old genius who gets into a specialized high school. All she knows is to study, but that changes when she meets a middle-aged man with no talents himself.
Look at how she used to be when she was younger – the girl is growing up gracefully! Don’t change Shin Ae!
This Lee Min Ho plays Jung Kyu in the drama Gumiho: Tale of the Fox Child. I have not been watching this drama, but I found it interesting that he has a love connection to Kim Yoo Jung, who is approximately six years younger than he is.
I also incorporated some behind the scenes photos for the drama. It’s not getting a lot of attention, but it has a small fervent base of fans. I’m kind of curious about it and might start watching (if I have time), but it’s more because the people seem to have a great time on set. And when they all get along, then it can really show onscreen.
(I seriously don’t get how they jump so high! I’m betting they have a trampoline…)
South Korea has advanced to the Round of 16! Woot Woot!
And with that, Shoo gave birth to her baby boy! She gave birth a few days early, but all is well for the mother and the baby. She went into labor the same day South Korea had its match with Nigeria, and drew a tie that ensured entry into the Round of 16. Congratulations!
She is not the only celebrity to be celebrating the win though. Chun Jung Myung was cheering for the Korean team and had predicted Park Chu Young would make a goal in the game (which he did). Jang Geun Suk celebrated the win while in a hotel in Seoul and stated that he was proud to be a Korean after that win. It’s quite a big victory for Korea, since they’ve never made it past the Groups stages before, with the exception of 2002 when Seoul hosted the World Cup.