“Never Dance Alone” Finale Well-Received; May Release Film Version
The cast of Never Dance Alone <女人俱樂部> gathered in Yau Tong on Sunday, June 1, to catch the drama’s finale with the local public. Alan Tam (譚詠麟), also made a special guest appearance to support the finale. Garnering several praises from viewers for its enjoyable plot and script, first-time producer Eric Tsang (曾志偉) is extremely pleased with the results and will determine whether there will be a film version.
Instead of treating the group of M-Club women to a vacation, Eric laughed and expressed he has other plans in mind to maximize profit. “Since they are so popular right now, I hope to bring them onstage in Southeast Asia to perform for shows!”
Venus Wong (王敏奕), who portrays one of the young M-Club girls, was rumored to be dating Eric’s son, Derek Tsang (曾國祥). Asked to comment on their relationship, Eric exclaimed, “I see her every day! It’s none of my business as long as my son is satisfied!”
Carman Lee Leaves Memorable Impression
Actress Carman Lee (李若彤) expressed happily that her role as Mo Siu Sze in Never Dance Alone is a new career breakthrough since starring as “Little Dragon Girl” in the 1995 version of The Return of the Condor Heroes <神雕侠侣>. Delighted about the series’ good reception, she would like to thank Chow Yun Fat (周潤發) for persuading her to return onscreen this year. Carman excitedly shared that even Best Film Actress, Sandra Ng (吳君如), has praised her for her excellent acting.
With such a memorable role, Carman noticed that instead of having passersby refer to her as “Little Dragon Girl” on the streets, they now go by Mo Siu Sze. Since the series has been a popular hit, Carman’s media exposure has also dramatically increased, with reporters following her whenever possible. Though artistes are said to have grown used to being photographed, Carman denied the saying, “I don’t agree that those who eat salted fish can withstand being thirsty.”
Reporters even snapped photographs when Carman went to pick up her niece after school. She expressed, “My niece is young and asked me, ‘Why does no one takes photos when my parents pick me up?’” Since the paparazzi is constantly nearby, her mother has been afraid to dine out with her.
This article is written by Shirley for JayneStars.com.