Kevin Cheng, Michael Tse and others are recording for the stage play musical "The Storm Riders 5D Musical" which is scheduled to be performing at The Hong Kong Coliseum in April 2017. Although Kevin and Michael had collaborated before, it was their first time to sing together. They sang the theme song "Raging like a storm".
The song was composed by Chris Babida and Keith Chan. Kevin expressed that he is a fan of "The Storm Riders" comics, after he heard the demo song, it reminds him of Michael who will be playing the role of "Whispering Wind". However, Michael said upon hearing the demo and lyrics of the song, he gets "goose-bump"
Apart from Kevin and Michael, other cast members include Wayne Lai, Lawrence Cheng, Patrick Tam, Ray Lui and some other new faces.
Kenneth Ma, King Kong and Kitty Yuen were filming the outdoor scene for TVB upcoming thriller series “Demon-Conquering Taxi” the other day. Kenneth plays the role as a cabby with supernatural power.
Kenneth expressed that he hasn't had encountered any weird event before "I heard from the colleagues that at the old office in Clear Water Bay, a newly hired security guard on night shift saw a crew team filming. He went over to take down their registration as according to his record, the location wasn't booked that night. He went to the film crew and asked who had booked the location, the direction of the filming crew said he had booked it and gave the security his name. When the security guard went back to the security office and told his colleague about it. To his horror, his colleague said the director who was filming had passed away long time ago. The security guard resigned the next day." Kenneth went on to say the male restroom in TVB city is also very "famous" for weird events. Many male artists encountered weird things happening there. Luckily, he hasn't encountered any weird experience yet, hence he continues to use the restroom.
When mentioned about the dispute between him and Tony Hung, Kenneth denied it and said: "I did not drink that night and we only chatted. (Do you mind 3 people attend in the same event again?) No problem, as I need to earn more money to pay for my property"
Him Law went to fetch Tavia Yeung based on traditional custom on October 2. In the morning of "Fetching the Bride", they walked out together with the 'brothers and sisters' group from the hotel. The newly-wedded couple kissed each other outside the hotel and acceded to the reporters' request to kiss for 10 seconds. Him and Tavia then continued to kiss in the car. Tavia looked very glamorous as she was wearing golden pig necklace and around 5 to 6 golden bangles when greeting the reporters.
Jason Chan and Sarah Song officially got married in a private wedding ceremony held in England, Jason's home country, on September 19.
According to Jayne Stars, the ceremony was held at Buxted Park Hotel, a 300-year-old establishment in East Sussex. 38-year-old Jason and 31-year-old Sarah have been together for seven years and engaged since 2015. Jason popped the question by flying to Australia to surprise Sarah while she was there visiting her parents. The couple held a western and a Chinese traditional wedding and Sarah sported a custom-made engagement ring that Jason had designed for her.
Leanne Li, Samantha Ko and Sherry Chan were among Sarah's bridesmaids and wore custom-made bracelets with their names engraved on them. Sherry's son was Sarah's flower boy. Sarah reportedly cried while walking to the stage. They held a 10-table reception after the wedding.
Jason spoke about the wedding's location: “We chose to hold our wedding in the outskirts, where everywhere around you is just green meadow. It’s a very relaxing place.” He also shared how his friends pranked him during the door games: “They forced me to read out a declaration about loving my wife. They forced me to repeat certain phrases a few times because I apparently wasn’t speaking clearly enough.” They have decided to keep their honeymoon a secret but Sarah said that they are looking forward to taking a long break and relax.
University of Hong Kong graduate Crystal Fung was crowned Miss Hong Kong in the annual TVB pageant final on Sunday night after securing more than 36,000 votes. Hong Kong residents were invited to use a TVB mobile phone app to vote for their favourite from among four finalists, who were chosen from 10 contestants by a jury panel. Fung, 22, said she aspires to become a nutritionist to help people nurture healthy dietary patterns and find the right ways to live.
University student Tiffany Lau, 19, clinched the first runner-up spot, along with the Miss Photogenic title. Her ambition is to help the needy and to influence others with her optimistic personality, she said. Second runner-up Bonnie Chan, 26, runs an online fashion business and wants to become a TVB actress and host. She was also first runner-up in the 2013 Miss Chinese Toronto pageant.
The new Mr Hong Kong was also crowned, in the first such crossover final. Jackson Lai, a 30-year-old married model and actor said to bear a resemblance to actor Louis Koo Tin-lok, failed to hold back tears after he was offered the honour. He secured more than 44,000 votes from the public. The first runner-up place went to university student Karl Ting, 19, followed by the second runner-up school teacher Freeyon Chung, 27.