Jacqueline Wong In Tears During Interview At Hong Kong Airportjessie tan
It’s been 8 months since Jacqueline Wong (黄心颖) fled Hong Kong after her cheating scandal with Andy Hui (許志安) got exposed.
The disgraced actress finally made her long-awaited return to her home country after living in Los Angeles for the past few months. Unsurprisingly, a ton of paparazzi and reports showed up at the Hong Kong airport to greet her.
The 30-year-old star wore a simple ensemble – an oversized grey coat with a black cap – as she approached the media. She was visibly emotional as she walked out of the arrival gate. “I’m so happy, I’m finally home! The past eight months, I tried really hard to live my life. I heard that there has been a lot of speculation (on what I’ve been up to) but I’ve only been trying to live my life and I would love to move on and look forward,” Jacqueline was quoted as saying.
She continued, “I made a mistake, and I’m trying really hard to live with it, to learn from it. Whatever I have wanted to say or have said, I’ve already said it in private. I would not be responding to anymore questions about the incident. Now that I’m back, my priority is to spend time with my family. Thank you all for concern during this period.”
Over the past few months, there has been a ton of rumours about her – from the pregnancy rumours as well as opting for a new name and career, to facing financial problems. While she refused to elaborate to anything related to the cheating episode, she clarify a few assumptions about her.
“Firstly, I didn’t change my name and I didn’t change career,” Jacqueline responded. When asked about enrolling for an acting course, she only replied with “I was trying to live my life.” As to whether she’s going to remain in the entertainment business, the TVB star revealed that she’s still weighing out her options and hasn’t made any decisions yet.
Scarlett Wong (黄心美) wasn’t there to pick up Jacqueline personally. Instead the sister’s manager was present in her place.
Word on the street has it that “Finding Her Voice” did well ratings-wise. Meanwhile Jacqueline’s upcoming “Handmaidens United” is set to air in Hong Kong around Chinese New Year next year. Does this mean that TVB has welcomed back the actress?