Friday, October 03, 2003

[The Sun]

Charmaine Sheh was at a press conference for a skin care product and after announcing she would be spokesperson for a year she took everyone out onto the streets of Causeway Bay to hand out autographed facial masks. Charmaine's hard selling of her product led onto the slogan "If you don't believe me, peel it yourself." Afterwards she was asked whether she was afraid of her fans taking advantage, but she says: "It's been done on a stage show and it's mainly girls, as long as they don't rub my face, it is okay."

When asked about her salary, Charmaine says: "The wage cannot be better! (How will you be using the money?) Maybe I will move into a bigger house and change my environment." Also there was a small incident where the press call was supposed to start at 11 am, but Charmaine was a whole hour and a half late, she explained: "The organisers told me it was half past twelve! I was ready in make up at half past ten." When asked whether she had been fixed up, she changed the subject and refused to respond.


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