In the recent hot discussion on the Internet, the rise of Cao Yunjin's live broadcast seems to have made everyone's eyes turn to the field of crosstalk again. Liu Yuntian, who followed closely behind, walked into the public eye with Cao Yunjin. But compared to Cao Yunjin's fiery, Liu Yuntian always seems to be burdened with some kind of doubt.
Crosstalk fans have said that Cao Yunjin's performance has changed significantly, while Liu Yuntian, who is side by side with him, seems to have changed a little. As a student of Guo Degang, Liu Yuntian's crosstalk style was originally influenced by Pingshu. And about his stage name "Yuntian", it has also triggered many speculations. The traditional wisdom holds that men should not carry "heaven" in their names, so is there any deep meaning in this? However, despite his stage name, Liu Yuntian's performance in reviewing books has received some criticism. The crosstalk industry requires actors to have a deep cultural background, and Liu Yuntian's book criticism skills seem to be inconsistent with this. Despite this, some people think that he has a deep affection, and even gave up his position in the Deyun Society for Cao Yunjin. But is this a smart move? In addition, Liu Yuntian's performance in the live broadcast was also criticized by everyone. His live food broadcasts and his slogan "Taste of Every Day" seem to suggest a traditional gender stereo that men are not fit to cook. But in today's gender-equal society, are such words and deeds really appropriate? It is worth noting that once, Liu Yuntian did not participate in Cao Yunjin's live broadcast, but chose to fly solo by himself. This makes many fans wonder, is there a hidden affair between the two? In general, netizens have different views on Liu Yuntian's series of behaviors. Some feel that his talent is shackled, while others believe that he has been relying on Cao Yunjin. Perhaps only Liu Yuntian himself knows best about these discussions.
Conclusion: In the entertainment industry, how to balance one's image with public expectations has always been a complex topic. Liu Yuntian's example reminds us once again that adapting to the audience's aesthetic while maintaining one's own style is a challenge that every artist needs to face.
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