She gushed about local actor Christopher Lee and his "deep sexy voice" six months ago.
And she's still at it.
Sexy Taiwanese actress-model Sonia Sui, who was in town for the grand opening of Bonia's boutique at Westgate shopping mall yesterday, continued to sing praises of Lee, calling him a "charming, mature and handsome man".
The 33-year-old stars opposite 42-year-old Malaysia-born Lee in the drama Notice From A Bachelorette, which will air in November. She plays a woman who places an advertisement searching for love, and dates Lee's character.
When asked about him, Sui, who was in a sleeveless red dress, said in Mandarin: "When you get to know Christopher better, you will find that he is a big boy who is young at heart. He always makes everyone on set laugh and makes us feel happy."
The leggy 1.73m-tall model added: "He's also a very good actor who knows how to lead me into my role. He is very outstanding."
And she isn't Lee's only fan. Last year, sultry Taiwanese actress Tian Xin, 38, called him the perfect man after they starred in Taiwanese drama A Good Wife.
Sui also said she was envious of the love between Lee and his wife, local actress Fann Wong, 43, saying that they are "very loving and sweet".
"He will always talk to (Wong) on Facetime whenever he is free during filming. It makes bystanders like us look on in envy," she said. "I hope my future husband and I can be like that."
Sonia Sui still gushing about Christopher Lee
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Taiwanese actress Sonia Sui has put on 10kg since her pregnancy, but the 7-months pregnant star still looked every bit a model save for a burgeoning belly, with her still-lithe figure and slender limbs.
Sonia appeared at an event recently - her last media appearance before giving birth, and spoke openly about her pregnancy journey.
Sonia said even though she has a huge appetite now, she has only put on about 10kg so far as she still manages to squeeze in 1.5-hour workouts daily.
The actress, who married American-Chinese businessman Tony Xie earlier this year after dating for only four months, says she plans to give birth and stay a month in Singapore for her confinement.
According to Asian Pop News via Apple Daily and China News, she told the media: "It's quieter over there (with no paparazzi). Tony said it is also close to Taiwan, and the people there are able to speak both English and Mandarin," said Sonia.
And Sonia needn't fret about not getting enough attention after giving birth, as her husband has reassured her that "the baby won't come between us, our relationship is still important".
Sonia still makes time for her workouts.
Sonia herself is "going with the flow" when it comes to child-rearing, and has confessed to not having read any books on the topic, leaving her husband to do the job.
However, she concedes that she will likely be the "fiercer" parent. "If my child falls down, I will expect him to pick himself and not cry and demand to be carried," said Sonia, prompting her husband to exclaim, "you're too cruel!" and comments that she is a "Tiger Mum-to-be".
Taiwanese actress Sonia Sui shared some big news on Facebook on May 2. The 34-year-old actress was rumoured to be pregnant and finally confirmed the news, even announcing the gender of the baby.
Sonia Sui's first date with 'ugly' boyfriend was in S'pore
Sexy Taiwanese actress-model Sonia Sui made her relationship public last month by posting a photo taken with Mr Tony Chia on her Instagram and Facebook accounts, saying: "I met someone whom I want to bring joy to."
The 34-year-old was all smiles when asked about her new Taiwanese boyfriend, Mr Tony Chia. "He is very kind and has a pure heart," she said.
However, her sudden announcement also led to some criticism, with one media outlet in Taiwan calling Mr Chia "ugly".
An upset Sui said: "Media outlets have a huge influence on the public, and I don't like it when they imply that a person needs to be handsome to be successful in life. Looks should never be used to determine a person's worth or value."
She added: "A man shouldn't be too perfect. If he is so perfect, it makes me feel pressured and nervous."
Model-turned-actress Sui, 34, nicknamed "the people's goddess", is one of Taiwan's most popular female TV stars.
On co-star Christopher Lee, Sui says with a chuckle: "He's always showing me pictures of his baby and telling me how happy he is. Then he'll tell me to get married so I can feel the same bliss that he feels with his wife and baby."
Taiwanese actress Sonia Sui gushed about local actor Christopher Lee and his "deep sexy voice" six months ago. And she's still at it.
In Singapore in July for the grand opening of Bonia's boutique at Westgate shopping mall, she continued to sing praises of Lee.
She called him a "charming, mature and handsome man".
The 33-year-old stars opposite 42-year-old Malaysia-born Lee in the drama Notice From A Bachelorette, which will air in November.
When asked about him, Sui said: "When you get to know Christopher better, you will find that he is a big boy who is young at heart."
Last year, the sexy Taiwanese actress-model told Chinese media that she is obsessed with Lee's voice.
The sexy Taiwanese actress-model told Chinese media that she is obsessed with Lee's voice.
Sui is best known for being the babe who starred in one of 2010's top Taiwanese drama serials, The Fierce Wife.
Sonia Sui and Lee star in a new Taiwanese drama Notice From A Bachelorette.
When told what Sui had said, Lee said in an exaggerated "deep, sexy voice": "Is it like this? Is this what she was referring to?"
"I'm very happy to hear compliments, I'll thank her the next time I see her," he said.
Sui is not the first Taiwanese actress to gush over the Malaysian-born actor.
In Nov 2013, sultry actress Tian Xin called Lee the perfect man.
Tian Xin is also well-known bombshell in the Taiwan showbiz industry.
She starred with Christopher Lee in the Taiwanese drama, A Good Wife.
But unlike Tian Xin, 38, who had worked for months on a film set with Lee, Sui had met Lee only twice.
Lee has been gaining popularity in Taiwan after he signed with Taiwanese management agency Catwalk in April 2012.
Lee said that he has warded off potential, unwanted attention.
So what does he do when he faces over-zealous women?
He said he makes sure they know that there is a line that cannot be crossed.
Lee explained: "You say 'no' nicely and tell them that you're a married man."
He added: "Anyway, who doesn't know that I'm Fann Wong's husband?"
So although work has kept them in different countries for the most part of the year, Lee said that he and Wong, 42, try their best to keep their romance fresh.
He also has a tip for married men on how to stay happy in a relationship.
He said: "Marriage is a great thing and I always advise people to get married the moment they are ready."
"I think one important thing for men to learn is that they shouldn't be afraid of the term 'hen-pecked'."
"I don't care if people say that I'm afraid of my wife. To me, I'm respecting her."