The poll was jointly carried out by media likecom, a popular Chinese Website, and the Oriental Morning Post. "Ugly Wudi" is the champion with 3,617 votes, according to the results on the Website Thursday. (http://ent.163.com/special/000338GB/315dizhi.html). It is followed by the "The Legend of Bruce Lee", a biopic of the Kung-fu icon, which w
"I hate to see the new hairstyle of Wudi in the second season," said a blogger named Mei Zhimei, who planned to call for a boycott against the show. "It's like a skullcap a
Sun Weiwei, an office worker, said the show was a bad reproduction of "Ugly Betty".
"I didn't get the same feeling as I got from 'Ugly Betty'."
"Ugly Wudi" debuted at Hunan TV in September 2008. The second season has been in progress since the annual Chinese Spring Festival in January to early this month.
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It put "Ugly Wudi" among the eight most favored figures on the TV screen iruce Lee was another. Wudi won the honor because she was a spokeswoman for ordinary people and symbolized how a poor person could succeed in society. It reported that the show rated second nationwide among the television series played at the same time-slot. It was especially popular among the young people.
"The young guys rely heavily on TV programs," said Zhang Yiwu, a professor with Beijing University, who was one of the judges of the poll.