A rising actress fainted and broke her nose while waiting for the bus.
The 27-year-old actress suddenly lost consciousness while waiting for the bus stop. She fell at a 90-degree angle, hitting her face on the street, causing a facial injury.
On May 30, newspaper 163 reported that Hong Kong actress Jojo Wong suddenly fainted on the way to wait at the bus stop. She shared about the situation at that time: “Everything was going normally, I was happy when I took beautiful pictures but suddenly fainted at the bus stop. I heard from passersby that I fell while standing at a 90 degree angle and my face hit the concrete floor.”
After regaining consciousness, Jojo Wong wanted to quickly leave the scene and return home. She even shouted: “The car is coming! Take me home.” Under everyone’s persuasion, the new actress got into the ambulance.
Jojo Wong was carefully bandaged by a nurse. She said that there were only normal scratches on the eyes, but the wounds continuously bled for 7 hours. The fall caused the actress born in 1996 to have a deep tear in her eyebrow, a broken nose and an injury on her chin.
While stitching up the wound, to protect her face from serious scars, she enlisted the help of a plastic surgeon at a private hospital. The total cost was up to 12,700 USD, Hoang Tu An was supported by his younger brother to pay the hospital fees.
Sharing about the current condition, the actor said the wounds have been treated. She is quite reassured because a skilled cosmetic doctor intervenes, avoiding consequences later.
As a celebrity, it is quite unfortunate to have facial injuries when dramas and variety shows have high demands on the artist’s appearance. Once a star has a large scar on her face, it takes a long time to recover, many of their jobs are delayed, missed, even some people lose their jobs because they do not meet the requirements.
Jojo Wong, stage name Jojo, is the KOL of Big Big Channel in 2019. She appeared in many TVB programs and participated in a number of films such as Heart City Hong Kong, Prop Up Youth (2021), and bravery. Tuoi Tre (2022), Speakers of Law (2023)…