Rainie Yang's night out with Kingone Wang

12 Aug – On 7 August, Taiwanese actress Rainie Yang was spotted drinking with co-star Kingone Wang at a club. Rainie appeared to be a little tipsy when they left the place and the actress was later spotted leaving in Kingone's car, according to a report on Xin MSN website.

Rumours between Rainie and Kingone started after the pair worked together on the dramas "Devil Beside You" and "Why Why Love". Kingone reportedly paid a visit to Rainie, when she filmed "Miss No Good" in 2008 and vice versa when the latter supposedly visited the actor when he was drafted for national service.

Responding to the rumour, Rainie said that she has always maintained a good relationship with Kingone.

"I like working with him. We really have a lot of chemistry off-screen," the actress admitted.

Rainie has been on a roll, from her drama "While We Were Drunk" securing the top spot in ratings bringing in a wave of new endorsements to Rainie's latest album "Longing For" also recently topping the music charts.

It was also rumoured that Taiwanese actor Joseph Chang; Rainie's co-star in "While We Were Drunk", is courting her and even broke off with his long-time girlfriend in hopes of winning her heart. However, a Taiwanese tabloid reported that Rainie's heart already belongs to fellow actor Kingone.

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