So it appears His Royal Diaoness is definitely NOT hydrophobic anymore!
Just look at His Awesome Coolness on that jet ski approaching the beach at Kenting where he was shooting the MV for I Want Summer on 9 April 2015.
White top, sexy shades and that stance....omg.
However, it transpired that there was more excitement.
"We filmed the MV for I Want Summer at Kenting today. I was thinking of how to shoot it differently from Sunny Otaku and Ukulele and finally thought of using a jet ski...haha...when I was riding the jet ski on the water, I suddenly heard a loud noise heading towards me from behind. I ducked my head in a split second and the drone narrowly missed hitting me! Not long after that, it fell into the sea. Despite the efforts of many divers, it could not be found. It's tough on the crew. Makes me wonder if it's worth doing so much for an MV?"
Gosh....my dear Jay!
I'm just very relieved it was not you who fell into the water!
You weren't even wearing a life jacket, which admittedly would have detracted from the coolness.
But safety is more important, no?
Especially in view of your father-to-be status.
Tough luck about the drone though.
Hmm...that must have been the ill-fated drone!
Behind the scenes:
News clip showing Jay on the jet ski:
The official MV for Rhythm Of The Rain was released last night.
As far as story line goes, it was somewhat familiar but the ending, however, is seemingly happy unlike his usual.
Note that Jay does not appear in the MV though, which made many fans quite disappointed (including yours truly).
Although he was credited with the directing together with Jennifer.
Anyway, I do like this song very much so I just concentrate on his voice. :)
OPUS JAY resumes tonight with the first stop in Chengdu.
More updates when available.
I have started a new blog where I shall be compiling news about Jay and Hannah, in terms of their marriage and impending parenthood. More Hannah news will also be posted there and it will tie in with the Jayannah Facebook Page.
This is also to keep this blog more focused on Jay's work.
Jayannah blog link: