Fans of Hong Kong actress Cecilia Cheung (張柏芝) were shocked by the stark contrast between the photos of Cheung released by the production team and the images that aired on TV. (Courtesy of Cecilia Cheung/Weibo)

TAIPEI (The China Post) — Fans of Hong Kong actress Cecilia Cheung (張柏芝) were shocked by the stark contrast between the photos of Cheung released by the production team and the images that aired on TV in the latest episode of the Chinese reality television show “Sisters Who Make Waves” (乘風破浪的姐姐).

In a series of promoting photos released by the official on Weibo, the 40-year-old actress shows off an hourglass waist and long legs in an off-shoulder top, sporting a pair of boots.

▲▼以屆不惑之年的張柏芝,臉蛋、身材保養得宜,完全不像3寶媽。(圖/張柏芝工作室微博)
In a series of promoting photos released by the official on Weibo, the 40-year-old actress shows off an hourglass waist and long legs in an off-shoulder top, sporting a pair of boots. (Courtesy of Cecilia Cheung/Weibo)
In a series of promoting photos released by the official on Weibo, the 40-year-old actress shows off an hourglass waist and long legs in an off-shoulder top, sporting a pair of boots. (Courtesy of Cecilia Cheung/Weibo)

However, after the TV show was officially broadcast, many found that Cheung’s figure wasn’t as well-proportioned as the previously released photos.

The actress appeared to have a rectangle figure with relatively short and thick legs, which shows a stark contrast with the official photos.

The actress appeared to have a rectangle figure with relatively short and thick legs, which shows a stark contrast with the official photos. (Courtesy of Weibo)
The actress appeared to have a rectangle figure with relatively short and thick legs, which shows a stark contrast with the official photos. (Courtesy of Weibo)

In response to the contrast, many have exclaimed: “The production team has impeccable photoshop skills” while some said, “it’s like she has a pair of new legs.”

▲張柏芝(中)和其他參賽女星一起演出。(圖/乘風破浪的姐姐微博)
Cecilia Cheung (middle) performed with other stars. (Courtesy of Cecilia Cheung/Weibo)









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