Yang Zi's Full On Protective Airport OOTD Draws All Eyes

Actress Yang Zi is definitely not leaving anything to chance as she appears in Ningbo airport today to resume work for her latest historical drama The Golden Hairpin 青簪行 opposite Kris Wu.  

For her airport lewk, the actress was sporting the popular head to toe black combo favoured by lots of celebs which she topped off with a bright yellow plastic raincoat. To complete her ensemble and likely to also ensure she’s well protected from whatever germs that can potentially wreak havoc to her back to work plans, Yang Zi also popped on a contrasting white face mask with her goggles plus a ... I’m not exactly sure what it is but ... another plastic mask slash visor that goes over her hat and some plastic gloves.

Pretty extra right? The actress surely stood out in the crowd and it wasn’t just because she’s a popular actress – it’s coz her whole look was quite eye catching! Truth be told, I couldn’t have possibly identified her underneath all the protective gear! Hope she was able to swiftly pass security check without anything beeping though because otherwise, it might've taken a while for her to remove her layers.

In a super packed airport, it’s easy to understand why Yang Zi felt she had to put on so much protective gear, after all we’re all still very anxious of the coronavirus epidemic that’s running wild across the world. Besides, after spending most of her time cooped up at home reading scripts, the actress isn’t letting any virus badly affect her health and stop her from getting back to work, so bring on the head to toe protection!

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10 comments:

  1. Lol, I know this is off-topic but how the heck can fans even recognize her? I'm so impressed lmao. People always seem to recognize their idols even under all that stuff.

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  2. Came here to say the same thing lol!! How can fans recognized her over all of that raincoat and mask!!?? Fans are truly great at recognizing their idol lol

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  3. If i'm there, i wouldn't notice that's her! I'm impressed! LoL

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  4. Haha it seems we all came here for the same thing! How was she recognized underneath all that?!

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  5. I'm back but for a diff reason :) Okay I know this is really random, but: Has anyone by any chance watched Princess Weiyoung? I am in the middle of watching it and it seems like Chang Ru is kind of turning evil. She is my fav character and I'm VERY distressed. Also does she die at the end? Accept spoilers but please don't go into huge detail lmao

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    1. Chang Ru is one of the best characters and the actress is just perfect. Hope this helps lessen your stress: If you are able to shift away from liking the character and instead, like the actress as the replace. Appreciate how good at acting she is, maybe that might make you not too upset. That's just what I do, not the best method of course if you really love the character as the character and not the actress. I was able to do that because I think Chang Ru is great because of the actress from the start. She's pretty and looks shy, but actually poisonous inside. From the outside she can easily trick you how innocent she is, it's hard for most people to play that and because the actress did so well she is still my fave in the drama regardless of what her character did or end up like.

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    2. When I first saw Chang Le I thought she was pretty but after being so cruel she is no longer pretty but scary and ugly. People started hating her face along with her character.

      With Chang Ru, it is different because no matter how you look at her face is still always very innocent and unharmful. Even when people started to hate her character, they never hate her face or find her ugly. She's the perfect match for this tricky role.

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    3. Thanks guys!! And I guess I kind of like the actress :)

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    4. @5.a That sounds like my sis too lol

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  6. I'm not surprised, fans ALWAYS know their idol. YZ being very popular now that's even more less surprising.

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