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F4’s Vic Chou Sexified the Cover of GQ Taiwan

10 Jan

Vic Chou in Milan shooting for the Ferragamo line.

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He says he has always preferred muted colors and likes dark blue because it makes him feel safe. Also, he says he tried many new things today like the bright-colored clothing, he was quite satisfied with the results, and he hopes everyone will go try something new and create their own future.

Check out the behind-the-scenes footage below:

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F4 to reunite after 4 years..

2 Jan
F4 is scheduled to perform in the Spring Gala Festival on Jiangsu TV

F4 is scheduled to perform in the Spring Gala Festival on Jiangsu TV

After much anticipation, F4 fans will finally get their dream come true: the popular Taiwanese boy band is reuniting onstage after four years. The four members, Jerry Yan, Vic Zhou, Vanness Wu and Ken Chu will be performing at Jiangsu TV’s Spring Festival Gala at the end of next month.

The boys will croon to a rendition of their hit tracks, such as “Meteor Rain,” that night. It is believed that they will be travelling to Beijing soon, and they are receiving a potential earnings of approximately RMB600million (S$1.17million) for this golden reunion.

F4 could have made a comeback at CCTV’s Spring Festival Gala earlier this year. However, the members could not coordinate their work schedules at that time, thus giving it a miss.

The boy band rose to fame after filming Taiwanese drama Meteor Garden in 2001. They became a popular icon in Asia’s entertainment scene and have since released three albums, which include the Mandarin cover of “Can’t Help Falling in Love”.

In 2008, F4 became preoccupied with their solo careers in acting and music, thus reducing group work assignments. They were last seen together performing at their concert in Japan in the same year.

Vic’s manager refused to comment on the reunion. On the other hand, Ken’s manager confirmed this good news indirectly, expressing, “[F4] has always received such invitations from the television stations.”