In the new room downstairs, Bblythe hung up the phone, looking clueless at Eileen who was engrossed in a TV show next to her.
She asked in surprise, “Did you check out the room upstairs?”
Eileen, without looking away from the TV replied casually. “Well duh, how else would I have the money to book this room?”
Bblythe was dumbstruck.
Eileen glanced over at Bblythe for a moment and sat up. “Don’t tell me you thought I was going to use my own money to book another room? Have I gone mad? Do I look like an idiot?”
Bblythe suddenly stood up, walked over to Eileen and looked down at her from above.
Then she reached out, grabbing Eileen’s face.
Eileen lifted her head, forced to look up at Blythe.
Blythe leaned in and suddenly kissed Eileen on the face.
Eileen’s eyes widened in surprise, she pushed Bblythe’s hand away, wiped her face with the back of her hand and asked, “Bblythe, what are you doing?” Bblythe sat down next to Eileen, holding her tight, and said passionately, “I really like you.”
Eileen chuckled, “I like myself too
Blythe held onto Eileen like this, hugging her for a long time without moving.
Feeling something was off, Eileen turned her head to find Bblythe crying
Tears were quietly streaming down her face without making a sound.
Eileen softly called out, “Bblythe?”
Bblythe sniffed, let go of her, wiped her eyes and said, “It’s nothing, just thinking about the past. It’s all over now”
Eileen didn’t say anything more.
It wasn’t hard to guess what had happened, something about a two-faced woman and a fickle
Eileen only found out about how things were handled on Aurora’s end the next day from Josiah.
Aurora supposedly had nowhere to stay last night since their team had run out of money. After failing to get help from the production crew, she ended up staying in one of the crew members’ rooms.
Eileen mused after hearing this, ‘So you can stay in a crew member’s room?”
Josiah knew what she was up to and quickly said, “Apparently, one of the crew members is a hardcore fan of hers and was willing to risk getting fired to take her in.”
Eileen shook her head, “I don’t have fans.”
The comments popped up.
[You have fans.]
[I’m your fan, don’t ignore mel
[Eileen, I love you!]
[To be able to stay in a crew member’s room, Aurora sure is treated differently]
[I don’t really like Aurora, don’t understand why so many people like her. Apart from The Alley, does she have any other representative works? The popularity of The Alley is due to Egbert’s superb acting, I don’t think Aurora’s acting is anything special]
[If Aurora’s acting was good, she wouldn’t have gone so many years without winning a single Best Actress award.]
[I originally had a good impression of Aurora, but she really crossed the line this time]
[It’s clear that she’s using the variety show and Egbert’s influence to prepare for winning the Goldie Award. From Egbert’s reaction, it’s obvious that he was not informed in advance. In other words, Aurora shamelessly linked Egbert with her promotion without informing him beforehand, using reminiscing the past as an excuse. It’s no wonder Egbert has repeatedly ignored her]
[When she appeared the day before yesterday, I knew there was a problem when I saw Egbert’s expression. The production team even wanted Egbert and Aurora to be in the same group, pah, thankfully he ended up in the same group as Eileen]
In this live broadcast, most were fans of Egbert and Elleen, Aurora’s fans were few in number, so they were all criticizing Aurora, and not a single one of Aurora’s fans came out to refute.
The trip to Japan, although with some twists and turns, was overall smooth.
After returning to the country, Elleen received a call from Ophelia the moment she got off the plane
At that time, Eileen was standing at the airport exit in a mask, dragging her suitcase, and waiting for a taxi, “Ophelia, what’s up?”
Ophelia’s voice was cold over the phone, Look to your right.”
Eileen was taken aback, then turned to her right.
On the right side of the roadway, there was a white small car parked, and the window rolled down, revealing Ophelia’s face. Eileen chuckled and quickly walked over, stopping by the car, and bent down to look at Ophella. “You came to pick me up?”
Ophelia grumpily said, “Get in.”
Eileen put her suitcase in the trunk with a big grin, went around to the other side, and got into the passenger seat.
The car quickly drove off
Not far away, in a black BMW, Egbert sat in the back seat, watching the white private car gradually disappear, he said in a deep voice to the assistant in the front. “Let’s go.”
The assistant in the front seat started the engine, feeling a bit disappointed, “We waited almost ten minutes for Ms. Lopez to come out, Mr. Reed, why didn’t we just tell Ms. Lopez we could take her home? Then we could have left with her.”
Egbert lifted his cold gaze, and said coldly. “Unnecessary.”
The assistant, sensing his boss’s irritation, stuck out his tongue and didn’t dare to say anything else.
Inside the white car, Eileen was fiddling with the glove compartment, the tissue box, and within three minutes, she was scolded by Ophelia, “Can you sit still? Stop moving like you have ADHD.”
Eileen looked at Ophelia, ‘Ophelia, why did you come to pick me up? You never used to do that before.”
Ophelia was silent for a moment, as if she had thought of something, and her tone softened, ‘Eileen, do you ever feel that I am too strict with you?”
Eileen was confused.
Eileen stared quietly at Ophelia for a while, then asked seriously, “Are you sick?”
The car swerved to the side, Ophelia almost overturned it, and she cursed, “I knew I shouldn’t be nice to you?
Eileen nervously gripped the safety handle, playing the innocent, “Ophelia, watch your driving”
Ophelia was about to lose her mind, “You have the nerve to say that! Did you change the username on your Twitter?”
Eileen immediately played dumb, turning her head to look out the window, laughing it off, “What? I havent been on Twitter in ages.”
Ophelia took one look at Eileen’s expression and knew that she was definitely cornered. She asked sarcastically, “How did you log in? Who told you the password?”
Eileen didn’t say a word.
“I’m talking to you.”
Eileen still didn’t say a word.
Ophelia sighed. “I won’t blame you, just spill it.”
-Eileen tentatively glanced at her, realizing Ophelia didn’t seem to really mind, only then she pouted, “Your password is too easy, I cracked it in thirty
Ophelia was speechless.