S.H.E rekindles “dormitory days”
Set to release their new album end of this year, Taiwanese girl group S.H.E (Selina Jen, Hebe Tian and Ella Chen) returned to their "dormitory days", moving in together once again, reliving the days when they were promoting their first album.
The trio has set a list of regulations: 11p.m. curfew daily, no posting of roommates' 'unglam' photos online, male visitors are not allowed to stay overnight, and to keep noise level down.
Selina commented, "We are not even obeying to the regulations. Ella is still chatting with me at 2a.m.!"
Ella also regarded herself as an "inconsiderate neighbour", always vacuuming her room in the middle of the night, "disrupting her roommates".
Although separated from their husbands for the time being, Selina and Ella commented that their husbands do not have any complaints. They would still chat via webcam respectively.
"They can still visit, but just have to leave before the 11p.m. curfew," Selina added.
Ella also joked that she is quite close to the security guard near her house, thus he could "help keep an eye" on her husband too.
On the other hand, S.H.E's new songs have been largely leaked online. Unfazed that it would affect their upcoming album sales, S.H.E thanked their fans for informing the music company and was grateful to them supporting original music.
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