The next morning, JZ knocked on Elle’s door. There was no answer. He knocked again. There was no answer again. Worried, he burst in to find her in the stained ruby dress and lying on the floor beside her bed, like she did not have the strength to get herself on top of the bed. He came closer and saw that she was still pale, and was uncertain if she was still alive….
The next day, Elle looked in the fridge and saw no food, so she knew she had to go to the grocery store. She was prepared to ignore JZ’s fans and the paparazzi at the grocery store and on her way there, but was not prepared for what was at her door….
For the next week, Elle was met with kind persuasion and coercion to call JZ. The media kept running the story, with the vast majority containing interviews of people who ran into Elle and tried to persuade her. One grandma said to call him because it was the polite thing to do. Girls of all ages started out telling her to …
“I finally found you.”
In a baseball cap, T-shirt, basketball shorts, and sneakers, JZ, the most famous singer, song-writer, multi-instrumentalist, and actor in Asia, was walking briskly down the busy streets of downtown Beijing in the summer time, and spotted a beautiful young woman sitting at a café reading the newspaper. A pale, fresh face with rosy cheeks …
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