Entertainment Center / Reported by Lin Yanjun
The 69-year-old veteran actress Billie (real name Wang Xue’e) is always super energetic in front of the screen, and she is not inferior to the young hot girl. With her favorite sexy leopard print, she was named “Super Hot Mother” Title. Sister Billie, who has debuted for more than 50 years, has always been on the cutting edge of fashion. She recently posted 40-year-old photos on IG. The ultra-fashionable dress instantly made netizens praise, it is simply “Taiwan version of Madonna” , Sister Billie smiled and said, “It’s low-key now.”
Sister Billie has loved acting since she was a child. She performed on stage for the first time at the age of 5 and a half, and she made her official debut in 1968. With her unrestrained and straightforward character and international-level performances, she became popular in the Chinese music world and was even the first to have a concert tour in the United States. Mandarin female singer. Not only is she active in the music scene, but Sister Billie can also see her in drama, variety shows, and costume design. She has a dazzling performance in all directions. Even if there is not much in front of the screen now, her position in the entertainment industry does not stand tall. Shake has also accumulated fans of all ages.
Sister Billie posted a 40-year-old black and white photo on IG yesterday (20). She was wearing a handsome police officer’s hat, wearing a black leather jacket, leather gloves with smoke, and white smoke pouting from her lips. Spit out, there is no nudity but still showing quite sexy and hot feeling, full of domineering queen feeling. Sister Billy proudly said, “I’m super bomb, now it’s low-key.” The handsome son Zhou Tanghao quickly reposted it to support his mother and sparked enthusiastic discussions among netizens, such as “Taiwan version of Madonna”, “It’s still fried now”, “Sister Billie who is always on the cutting edge of fashion”, “Sister Billie is really fashion.” Killa”, “Only Sister Billie was able to take such a photo 40 years ago.”