Hong Kong TVB artists, Janet Chow (周家蔚) and Timmy Hung (洪天明) got married on March 21, 2012 after dating for four years. At the wedding ceremony, Timmy declared, “I will love you forever and earn more money for you to spend!” The bride and groom shed tears of happiness while exchanging wedding rings. The couple held a grand wedding celebration at the W Hotel on Wednesday night, followed by an after party celebration on Friday night with their close friends.
Thirty-seven-year-old Timmy Hung was the eldest son of martial arts superstar, Sammo Hung (洪金宝) from his first marriage to his childhood sweetheart and martial arts classmate, Jo Yun Ok, a woman of Korean origin. In 1995, Sammo married actress, Joyce Godenzi (高麗虹). Sammo was extremely happy to see his eldest son get married, arriving early at the W Hotel at noon to prepare for the wedding celebration ahead.
Born in Toronto, Canada, twenty-eight-year-old Janet Chow won the 2006 Miss Hong Kong first-runner up title. Rumors circulated that Janet was in the early stages of her pregnancy; the bride was spotted with a slight belly protrusion during a gown fitting. Although Janet denied her pregnancy on several occasions, she also said that she would love to have a “dragon” baby.
The Bridal Party
Janet and Timmy were a very social couple who possessed many friends in the entertainment industry. Eager to include her closest friends as witnesses to one of the happiest days in her life, Janet’s bridal party consisted of 28 bridesmaids, including Angela Tong (湯盈盈), Toby Leung (梁靖琪), Elaine Yiu (姚子羚), Margaret Chung (鍾麗淇), and Vivien Yeo (楊秀惠).
Janet spent a five-figure sum and especially designed a set of lingerie and gold-leaf soap gifts for her bridesmaids. In their speech at the wedding banquet, the bridesmaids shared their fondest memories of their friendship with Janet.
Timmy’s ten groomsmen consisted primarily of his good friends at TVB, including Chin Ka Lok (錢嘉樂), Michael Tse (謝天華), Frankie Lam (林文龍), and Carlo Ng (吳家樂).
A Star-Studded Wedding Gala
Due to Sammo Hung’s illustrious career, the wedding included numerous influential guests such as: Alan Tam (譚詠麟), Wong Kam Sam (黃錦燊), Angie Chiu (趙雅芝), Mr. and Mrs. Yuen Biao (元彪夫), Cally Kwong (鄺美雲), Patrick Tse (謝賢), Deborah Li (狄波拉), Law Ka Ying (羅家英), Liza Wang (汪明荃), Wong Jing (王晶), Albert Yeung (楊受成), Jacky Cheung (張學友), Michael Miu (苗僑偉) and Jamie Chik (戚美珍).
After their wedding banquet concluded on Wednesday evening, Janet and Timmy stayed overnight at the W Hotel. Asked by the press about their “passionate” wedding night, Timmy replied, “We did not leave the hotel room for more than 40 hours, sleeping the entire time!” The newlyweds avoiding revealing the intimate details of their wedding night.
An additional celebration party was held on Friday, March 23rd, with the attendance of Janet and Timmy’s closest friends, a total of 800 guests. The party carried a leopard theme. The groomsmen were instructed to control the wedding atmosphere, while preventing the bridesmaids from running amok with their antics!
At the after party, Timmy was forced to declare his love for Janet publicly. Timmy vowed, “After marriage, I will do my best to become a better person. I hope to forge a career with greater results!” Janet responded, “I will take good care of you for the rest of my life!”
Eric Tsang (曾志偉) joked about the bridesmaids’ antics, “Timmy will likely be unable to leave the stage. Those 28 bridesmaids are inhumane! They did not help Timmy, but rather ganged up on him!” Eric chose not to help Timmy drink the guest toasts tossed his way.
Guests who attended the Friday night after party included: Aaron Kwok (郭富城), Nat Chan (陳百祥), Wong Hung Sau (黃杏秀), Linda Chung (鍾嘉欣), Louis Yuen (阮兆祥), Michael Tao (陶大宇), Koni Lui (呂慧儀), Alvina Kong (江欣燕) and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Au Yeung (歐陽震華), Evergreen Mak (麥長青), HotCha, Nancy Sit (薛家燕), Ruco Chan (陳展鵬), and Sharon Luk (陸詩韻).
Although invited, Nicholas Tse (謝霆鋒) and Ron Ng (吳卓羲) were unable to attend the wedding after party due to work. Ron’s girlfriend, Viann Zhang (张馨予), attended the party without Ron’s company.
Video Clip: Janet and Timmy’s Wedding Day (March 21, 2012)
Video Clip: Janet and Timmy’s After Party (March 23, 2012)
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Jayne: No doubt Janet and Timmy’s 2-day wedding celebration was a very rare gathering of so many fabulous Hong Kong celebrities, both in the film and television industries, rivaling the biggest red carpet events! Janet and Timmy have always come across as a very fun couple, passionately in love. Congratulations to them! Reading about their wedding, I already imagined how much fun their parties were! I always felt that Timmy was a guy who knew how to have fun and loved to laugh.
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