Myolie Wu (胡杏兒), Christine Kuo (苟芸慧), and Eliza Sam (岑麗香) attended a celebratory dinner marking the broadcasting success of Ghetto Justice 2 <怒火街頭2>. Encountering the London 2012 Summer Olympics during its broadcast, Ghetto Justice 2 managed to smoothly slide into the eighth position in the ranking of TVB’s highest-rated dramas year-to-date.
Ghetto Justice 2 averaged 30 points in ratings, peaking at 39 points when it was airing from July 30 to August 25 this year. The popularity of Kevin Cheng (鄭嘉穎) and Myolie Wu, as well as a strong supporting cast made it one of the most attractive dramas in the summer line-up.
Myolie Hopes for “Ghetto Justice” Movie
Myolie suggested filming a movie version of Ghetto Justice to TVB Executive Chairman, Norman Leung (梁乃鵬). Receiving news of TVB’s good third quarter profits, Myolie looked forward to TVB productions becoming increasingly higher in quality.
With the TV Queen buzz picking up for the TVB Anniversary Awards in December, Myolie said that the competition was fierce this year and would be happy if she were one of the finalists.
Christine Films Commercial with Aaron Kwok
With her flawless skin and enviable figure, Christine Kuo has become widely popular among male fans. However, Christine appeared to be a bit bloated at the Ghetto Justice 2 celebratory dinner. Due to her increasingly hectic work schedule, Christine explained that she did not have time to exercise. Her lack of sleep also increased her water retention.
Christine recently starred in new commercial with Aaron Kwok (郭富城). Portraying the Heavenly King’s girlfriend in the ad, Christine felt extremely nervous and did not loosen up until halfway through the filming.
“He taught me some things and gave me advice. When I saw the Heavenly King, I was quite nervous.” Christine added that she found Aaron to be very nice and they worked together enjoyably.
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