Kate Tsui (徐子珊) and Ella Koon (官恩娜) who were former rumored loves of Ron Ng (吳卓羲), were performing on the same stage yesterday. The two of them stood between three people and didn’t communicate a word to each other thus incurring speculations that they couldn’t get along with one another.
Kate Tsui professed that she wasn’t on very familiar terms with Ella but clarified that she wouldn’t snatch with Ron Ng’s current girlfriend, Viann Zhang (張馨予), for him. It was thus apparent that Kate was indeed determined to draw a clear line between her and Ron Ng.
Two of Ron Ng’s former rumored girlfriends, Kate Tsui and Ella Koon, appeared and shared the same stage for the event, Macau Shopping Festival 2011: The Entire City Moves Along (tentative title)《澳門購物節2011：全城喜動》, held in Macau yesterday.
As they were scheduled to come out at different timings, the both of them will only bump into each other at the toasting ceremony before the event officially ended.
Denies challenging Viann Zhang
Although both Kate and Ella were all smiles during the event, they didn’t exchange a single word throughout it and even stood between three other people thus incurring the media’s suspicion that they couldn’t get along with each other.
When Kate was asked by reporters how it felt to be on the same stage as Ella, she replied, “We have performed many times on the same stage lahs, I am not on very familiar terms with Ella but we have chatted before.” Kate also denied that Ella was her former rival-in-love, “Everyone has been mistaken, those news about Ron and I are only rumors, I saw that Ella’s hand was injured and I did ask after her!”
[Caption: Kate Tsui reveals half of her chest and much cleavage]
Because Kate Tsui wore an evening gown with a plunging neckline to perform, the reporter asked Kate whether she was dressed so sexily today to fight heads on with Ron Ng’s current girlfriend Viann Zhang. Kate denied the allegations and responded, “No such thing. I also didn’t do anything!”
Kate Tsui reveals that she would be traveling down to Malaysia with Ron Ng, Myolie Wu (胡杏兒), Michael Tse (謝天華) and Fala Chen (陳法拉) to hold a concert there. Kate also mentioned that she was arranged to dance a latin number with Michael. Kate laughed and said that Michael requested her to sing “Hit Me” and asked her to work hard in keeping fit.
Talking about performing on the same stage with Ron, Kate replied, “It was the organizer’s and the company’s arrangement oh! If fans specially request for us to collaborate, I don’t mind asking the director to arrange it for us. This isn’t the first time anyway (that I have shared the stage or collaborated in dramas with Ron), we retain collaborating ties.” (Reporter: Snatch him over?) “You guys think too much.”
Mag Lam groans about having too many social engagements
Also sharing the same stage as them , was EEG’s singer Mag Lam (林欣彤). Mag went on stage to perform a short skit and one of the scripted dialogue was expressing that she didn’t want to be a singer and that she was busy and frustrated.
After the performance, Mag was asked whether that particular dialogue channeled her inner thoughts. Mag responded, “Something like that! Because I’m still not too used to it yet.” (Reporter: Too many social engagements?) “Hong Kong singers cannot purely sing songs everyday, the commercial element is much more than the singing element, I try my best to strike a form of valance though.” (But if there’s no commercial element then there will be no income?) “If I only wanted to earn money, I could find any other occupations. Singing is my dream and I am on my way to fulfilling it now.”
Asked whether her family was worried after seeing that she has lost much weight, Mag replied, “My family said that I have grown thinner and were worried about my health. Actually I’m okay except sometimes I feel breathless while singing. However, I have already kept trying my best to eat. I think my weight loss is because my psychological state has not gotten used to the stress.”
Mag Lam continued, “I often do not have enough time to prepare so I’m afraid that I would not be able to sing well and if I don’t sing well, I get unhappy. I have already consulted my seniors on how to relieve stress and they advised me to try putting down my “stress baggage” and that doing my best within the scope of my capabilities will already be good enough.”
Source: Oriental Daily, Mingpao
This article was translated by Ah K, a Contributing Writer at JayneStars.com.