400 TVB artistes vote Kenneth Ma and Kristal Tin as TV King and TV Queen

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400 artistes attended the TVB 46th Anniversary Gala at the TVB City last night. To boost up the ratings, many exciting programmes were lined up and over HK$7 million of cash and prizes were thrown in for the artistes and the audience.

Besides the dance performances, comedy skits and magic show were performed by the artistes. The highlight of the artiste performance was Kate Tsui and Chin Kar Lok’s aerobatic dance in the mid-air. Natalis Chan also led a team of artistes to demonstrate their soccer skills on stage.

To increase the excitement, 400 artistes were arranged to cast votes for their choices of TV King and Queen. The finalists for the TV King were Kenneth Ma and Wayne Lai. Kenneth was too shocked and could not believe when his name was announced.


The TV Queen finalists were Linda Chung and Kristal Tin. Kristal broke down in tears when she heard her name announced as the winner and all the artistes stood up to cheer for her.

When asked if this has boost her confidence of winning the actual TV Queen trophy at the 2013 TVB Anniversary Awards, Kristal said, “Nobody has asked about my nomination in the past, but I felt that I had some chance this year. My hubby, Chapman To even congratulated me and declared his love for me. I was very touched when all the colleagues stood up to clap and supported me.”



Kenneth, on the other hand, thought that his colleagues had cast him sympathy votes as they were all graduated from the acting class. Talking about his chances of winning at the upcoming TVB Anniversary Awards, Kenneth said, “Afterall, the colleagues and audience have different tastes, but I am very touch to receive my colleagues’ support.”

79-year-old veteran actress, Helen Law also received the Most Talented Artiste award yesterday.



Source: Ming Pao, Oriental Daily 

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