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Reading the news in between while staying po-faced for a long time CN host and famous face Glenda Chong likes to let her hair down, figuratively, and joke with her colleagues, while still sitting at her desk.
Snippets of her behind-the-scenes jokes at work that occasionally punctuate her social media feed, away from the prime time broadcasts, have given audiences a taste of the real Glenda Chong: the Hokkien-spitting, joking consummate professional with the sunny personality, who has no qualms about showing a different side of her when she doesn’t even pronounce some of her words clearly – while speaking Singlish.
In the last short clip uploaded to Instagram on August 3, Chong shared how she and her husband got Covid-19 together – after planting a wet one on him because she suspected he was a false negative case all along. when he showed all the symptoms but didn’t test positive for them.
She captioned the post: “We both showed signs of infection and he also had a fever, but his ART remained negative. He asked for a kiss – so I gave him a loving kiss like a woman should. “
Unconvinced Spouse Can Be Negative
According to her, she said she tested positive for Covid-19 and had symptoms, while her husband had the same symptoms but continued to test negative.
Convinced he was a false negative, and in the name of honesty, she kissed him and the next day he tested positive too.
She said, appearing totally delighted with herself, “So, you know what I did to my husband? He was showing symptoms, he was just showing the same symptoms as me, right?”
“But he just kept going, it just kept going negative for him.”
“I was so fed up, I thought, ‘What? You’re showing the exact same symptoms, you clearly have Covid, but your test is still negative. Are you not digging your nose deep enough or something like that?'”
“He says, ‘No, he’s doing everything right’, but it’s still negative.”
“I was so fed up, I gave him a big kiss the next day, positive. [Big laugh] I was like, ‘Ah, so annoying, might as well get it done, work it out and deal with it together.'”
The reactions to Chong’s anecdote were all in good spirits, as she had kept her wedding vows: in sickness and in health, indeed.
Top photos via Glenda Chong Instagram