18 Mar '11, 11am

Show Luo is a bad drinker: Jolin Tsai

Show Luo is a bad drinker: Jolin Tsai

TAIPEI: Taiwan singer Show Luo has an ultra-cool image which gives many people the impression that he is a good drinker, but nothing could be further from the truth. Luo's good friend and fellow Taiwan singer Jolin Tsai let slip that 31-year-old Luo is actually a man who can't hold his liquor, during a promotional photo shoot for a brand of beer in Taiwan on Thursday. Tsai said that she doesn't usually drink with her showbiz friends and did not have many stories to tell about drinking with them but recounted a particularly memorable occasion when Luo collapsed after a sip of red wine. "Show Luo can't handle red wine. I actually didn't know about that at first and thought he was a really good drinker. "I was rather shocked when he just collapsed in a heap after taking one drop of red wine. He couldn't even move," said Tsai. The 30-year-old singer claimed that she was a rela...

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