Top 10 entertainment events of 2010

By Jessica Zhang
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Editor's note: During the year 2010, some stars were defaced, some defamed; and some made comebacks. See the Top 10 entertainment events of 2010.

1. Star's plastic surgery tragedy

The public was shocked and saddened when 24-year-old singer Wang Bei died in November while undergoing cosmetic surgery in the central Chinese province of Hubei. [full story]

(L to R): Choi Seunghyun, Chinese singer Wang Bei, Park Jung Ah and BoA.

2. Pop Queen Faye Wong is back!

Faye Wong is the most celebrated female singer on the Chinese music scene. In a career of over 15 years she stayed at the center of Chinese pop by managing to deliver something new and fresh in each of her albums. One constant has been her ethereal voice that has captivated millions. [full story]


Faye Wong and Edison Chen.

3. Zhang Ziyi, the falling star

Zhang Ziyi, one of the most recognizable Chinese faces overseas, suffered a series of scandals after last December's "Ink Gate", when an OMEGA ad featuring Zhang at the Park Hyatt in Beijing was splashed with black ink by detractors. [full story]



4. Lady Gaga takes China by storm

Lady Gaga is the biggest pop star of the day, a mercurial talent lurking beneath an orgy of mirrored balls, bubble clusters, vinyl curtains and sticky lace.[full story]


(L to R): Shang Wenjie, Lady Gaga and Sun Yue.

5. Chinese movies go 3-D

In 2010, filmmakers gave their movies an extra dimension. James Cameron's 3-D extravaganza Avatar helped push the Chinese mainland's half-yearly box-office earnings to a new high. [full story]

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