Kate Tsui Denies Sparks With Ex-Flame, Leon Lai
Since Kate Tsui (徐子珊) is one of the top contenders to win the coveted TV Queen award this year, Kate’s rumors have continued to be featured in tabloids. Recent reports claim that Kate has reignited sparks with former flame, Leon Lai (黎明), who recently ended his 4-year marriage with model, Gaile Lok (樂基兒).
Kate and Leon met in 2005 during a commercial shoot, but their relationship did not progress any further because Leon began dating Gaile. It was reported that Kate was devastated and took some time to move on. However, Kate and Leon brushed shoulders again earlier this year and now rumors are swirling that sparks are once again flying between them.
Kate was quick to deny the reports and claims regarding Leon, stating that they have not seen each other since the commercial shoot many years ago.
“I can’t believe there are such ridiculous reports out there. They are not even true and was all made up, even the photos were photoshopped! I will need to understand the situation when I return to Hong Kong,” Kate claimed that the photo collaboration with Leon was falsified.
The media finds it oddly coincidental that Leon and Kate were both recently in China for separate promotional events, especially when Kate recently broke up with her rumored boyfriend, eye doctor, Marvin Tse (謝偉業), while Leon is still in the process of moving on from his divorce.
This article is written by Natalie for JayneStars.com.
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