Former local singer Stella Huang is reportedly divorced and is dating a Caucasian
For kids of the 90s, you’ll probably remember Stella Huang, a local singer and actress who was active in the music and film industry in the early 2000s.
Yes, I’m talking about the Singaporean actress who starred alongside F4 member Ken Chu in marmalade boy at the time.
And for those who were dazzled by Huang at the time, you’ve probably heard of his marriage as well.
If not, here’s a little recap: she married Taiwanese entrepreneur Armstrong Yeh, part of LE BLE D’OR, in 2011 and gave birth to Ashton, their son, in 2012 Since then, Huang has generally been out of public view.
In 2018, the Yeh family moved to Vancouver, Canada for Ashton’s education.
However, Huang, a graduate of the National University of Singapore, returned to Singapore in 2020. According to her instagram positions, she has since enjoyed her time by traveling frequently with her family.
Couple apparently divorced, Huang appears to be dating a Caucasian
However, news of the couple’s relationship breakdown has spread among the public over the years.
Especially, sources also revealed that Huang and Yeh divorced around 2020 after nine years of marriage, and that Huang has since dated a Caucasian.
A quick look at Huang’s Instagram posts will also show that Yeh is currently nowhere to be found, at least in his Instagram photo gallery.
And while she hasn’t publicly announced her new relationship, Huang’s Instagram photos suggest her “new boyfriend” has met his family.
More recently, Huang also published Pictures of her vacationing with her family, with the same Caucasian man also making a special appearance at her post on various occasions.
The brother did not comment on the sister’s relationship
After news broke of Huang’s possible divorce and new relationship, Taiwanese media reached out to his younger brother for more comment since Huang left the entertainment industry for a long time.
However, while he didn’t adamantly deny that Huang got divorced, he didn’t comment much on his sister’s current life as he said it was inconvenient for him to do so.
Other than that, he only revealed that his sister is currently not in Taiwan.
As for Huang’s former manager, the manager claimed that they had lost contact with Huang for many years since she left the entertainment industry.
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Huang’s pastry activities in the past
Following Huang’s debut in the entertainment industry in 2000 as a “soft” pop idol, her career initially flourished, but soon experienced a dip after a shakeup at her record company.
She then decided to leave the industry to start a franchise for Awfully Chocolate in Taipei, Taiwan in 2005 with a partner. The two ended up investing US$200,000 in the business together.
However, his franchise was terminated two years later in 2007 by Awfully Chocolate, which also sued Huang’s company.
She was later ordered to pay the company approximately $224,000 and received a demand letter in January 2009 after she failed to honor the payment.
Subsequently, she opened her own bakery called “Black As Chocolate” after her franchise with Awfully Chocolate ended.
However, it was discovered that his store had sold expired cakes in 2012, which badly affected the business. Subsequently, Huang retired from the company, which has since been run by LE BLE D’OR.
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