Miriam Yeung Chi-wah (above), who has ended her relationship with Ronald Cheng Chung-kei, seems to be in love with her handsome co-star, Daniel Wu Yin-cho. There are many intimate scenes in their new movie, and 8Weekly reported that Yeung has fallen under Wu's spell. Wu, a graduate of the University of Oregon, denied the rumours, saying that they are just good friends. His girlfriend, model Lisa S, said she trusts Wu. Yeung is known to have a soft spot for good-looking men. Actress-singer Cecilia Cheung Pak-chi (below), 25, knows a few tricks about grabbing media attention. In her latest album C1, Cheung pokes fun at herself by using 10 gossip stories about her. She attended several events to promote her album recently. According to 8Weekly, the young celebrity has had a change of heart about the paparazzi. No longer rude, she has actually become the media's darling. While shooting a music video outside Commercial Radio, Cheung was being chased by a group of paparazzi. A few reporters were caught on camera. Cheung bowed to the startled reporters and gave them a big smile. TV actor Chan Kam-hung has been accused of using his co-stars in Just Love to promote his restaurant. Chan celebrated the finale of Just Love by taking the cast and production crew to dinner last week. But many of the actors, including Suen Huen, who plays Chan's wife in the drama, and Wong Kit, did not show up. According to Eastweek magazine, some actors have accused Chan of using them to promote his new restaurant. On the wedding day of Chapman To and Krystal Tin Yui-nei, Eastweek exposed the unhappy relationship between the actor and his ex-wife, former dancer Quentina Frances Ng. The magazine reported that the marriage lasted two years. To gambled and drank, but Ng put up with him. Then he left her for another woman. Slimmer pay packet for model Supermodel Lin Chi-ling (right) may face a pay cut of more than 50 per cent for her contract as spokesperson for slimming company Angel Face, according to 8Weekly. The magazine said a saturated market had forced many slimming companies to hire less-famous stars who were cheaper and easier to deal with. It was also reported that Angel Face was upset with Lin because of rumours that she signed as spokesperson for a mainland slimming product. If it turns out to be true, the firm could seek a $10 million compensation from Lin. There are rumours that actress Kristy Chung Lai-tai, who makes $2 million as spokesperson for a slimming centre, has proposed to take a massive pay cut to keep her job. It is said that she would be paid $700,000 under the new deal.