Is Jacqueline Wong (黃心穎) considering to make her comeback in Malaysia?
The 30-year-old fled to the United States after receiving severe backlash from the public following her cheating scandal with Andy Hui (許志安). She reportedly changed her name and ventured into real estate.
Despite reshooting Jacqueline’s scenes in “Forensic Heroes IV” (法證先鋒IV) with Roxanne Tong coming in as a substitute, TVB has decided to broadcast “Finding Her Voice” (牛下女高音) in Hong Kong.
The disgraced actress did not return to her country to promote the film (understandably so, since some people are still out for her head), but she might be considering making a public comeback. Interestingly, reports say that she could be appearing in Malaysia to do some promotional work.
While Hong Kong citizens are more inclined to boycott “Finding Her Voice” if Jacqueline is in it, TVB feels that audiences in Malaysia might be more receptive. As such, the broadcaster has decided to test the waters by 2 of her canned dramas.
According to Straits Times, “The Offliners” (堅離地愛堅離地) is expected to debut on Astro on 18th November while “The Maid Alliance” (丫鬟大聯盟) will air on 16th December. Owen Cheung (張振朗), who plays the male lead in “The Offliners” has maintain contact with Jacqueline and wishes that their efforts for the show wouldn’t go to waste.