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2011 TVB Anniversary Awards Complete Winner List

Check out who won big in this year's anniversary awards! Congratulations to all winners!

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Pre-TVB Anniversary 2011: Nominees' Thoughts Part 2

The annual TVB anniversary awards ceremony is coming soon and all nominees must be nervous: would they be the lucky winners this year? This week we will feature the thoughts of some nominees and let them predict who is the winner.

Today we'll have the nominees from the "Most Improved" category to talk about themselves:

MC Jin and Mandy Wong For "Most Improved"

Cilla Kung: I'm Not Just a Damn Teen

Cilla Kung: I'm Not Just a Damn Teen

Cilla Kung made a fame with her role as a school girl in "Yes Sir, Sorry Sir." From being a nobody to suddenly becoming otaku's goddess, Cilla said: "This year is the most improved since I made my debut. People called me by my name in the drama. I'm so happy that I get to try different characters and did quite well, proving I'm can act, not just a damn teen." She also thanked high executive Virginia Lok, producers Lau Ka Ho and Mui Siu Ching.

However, Cilla sees Mandy Wong as her biggest rival. She praised Mandy keeps improving and acts very well: "She is generous and decent. I envy she has many opportunities." She thinks Sire Ma benefits from having many on-screen exposure at the end of the year, which made her another popular winner in "Most Improved Female Artist." As for "Most Improved Male Artist," she supports Jazz Lam, pointing out he is an experienced actor and can act in many different roles.

Translation: Kay @ Kay's Entertainment
Source: Oriental Daily

MC Jin and Mandy Wong For 'Most Improved'

Known for his rapping skills, MC Jin successfully made everyone remember his name with "Lives of Omission." The rapper said he must thank his lucky man, "Laughing Sir": "I thought I would die within 10 episodes. Who knows the response was good and I ended up living, and now I can even take part in the film version of the drama." He didn't fear his chance of winning will be affected because he has no contract with TVB.

After losing in the 2007 Miss Hong Kong Pageant, Mandy Wong joined TVB's acting class and she was given many opportunities after she graduated. Like this year, she performed in several series such as "Lives of Omission", "Ghetto Justice", and "Man With No Shadows." Asked whether she is confident in winning this year's Most Improved," she said: "I did quite well this year. But we all have equal chances, and we made our debut in the same year. We will encourage each other." She thinks Sire Ma is her biggest rival: "I did pay attention to her performance. Besides showing up in many productions, she also keeps improving."

Translation: Kay @ Kay's Entertainment
Source: Oriental Daily

Pre-TVB Anniversary 2011: Nominees' Thoughts Part 1

The annual TVB anniversary awards ceremony is coming soon and all nominees must be nervous: would they be the lucky winners this year? This week we will feature the thoughts of some nominees and let them predict who is the winner.

Tavia Yeung and Ruco Chan

This year Ruco Chan and Tavia Yeung are both nominated for TVB's 'My Favorite TV Character Award' for their roles in The Other Truth. Although Ruco has confidence in himself, but he won't be pressured. This was the first series Ruco played the lead role, he thanked Producer Amy Wong and TVB Executive Catherine Tsang for giving him the opportunity. Ruco had always been seen as Catherine's favorite, asked if he hopes Catherine will vote for him? He said: "Of course, but Catherine had always been unbiased. Even if she does vote, it won't be because of me, but will vote based on a balance of qualities from all artists."

When asked who his greatest opponent is? Ruco frankly said: "I have confidence in myself! If I had to choose, I would say Bosco Wong. In fact I believe he definitely has the power to take Best Actor, but if he can't get that award, I still hope he gets the My Favorite TV Male Character award."

As for Tavia Yeung, she expressed she never gives herself pressure. Also she participated in the awards ceremony several years now, whoever wins the awards, she will be happy for them. She said: "Especially this year, many of the candidates are my peers, from the same generation. It feels like a group of students waiting to get their report cards. I actually feel more relaxed." When speaking of her greatest opponent, Tavia laughed and said she was part of the cast of Yes Sir, Sorry Sir, so she supports Miss Koo Linda Chung. She said: "Well I really have to go back to school and talk to the principle there, but even if it sounds selfish, I still have to give myself a vote. If I win, then I'll have an explanation for myself." She also expressed if she gets the award, she will definitely cry and let everything out because that is her true nature.

Moses Chan

Moses Chan, who cheated the relationship with Miss Koo in Yes Sir Sorry Sir is also part of the nominations for My Favorite TV Male Character. He frankly said this year he doesn't have too much confidence because his role isn't worth flattering. Asked if its because his role cheated on a relationship? He said: "Actually I don't care about this. As an artist, we are used to fluctuate audiences' emotions. I don't have confidence in myself, but instead I support Linda Chung. She really was outstanding in the crying scenes. Let's see if she's lucky or not!"

Source: Oriental Daily
Translation: aZnangel @ AEU

Nancy Wu is Happy to be Called 'Mean'

Nancy Wu and Samantha Ko were taping for cooking show "Sweet Corner" yesterday. Praised herself as the best at baking, Nancy disclosed she once baked a heart-shaped cake for boyfriend and expressed she is interested in opening a bakery. She also said she bakes often with good friend Myolie Wu: "I went to her house to make cup cakes once. I really love the process of making cream. I feel very successful."

In addition, Nancy's character in "Curse of the Royal Harem" is criticized by netizens as very mean. As for that, she said: "Many of my colleagues called me mean. I feel the same way when I was watching it. But I feel satisfied, because that means I was very into the character."

Translation: Kay @ Kay's Entertainment
Source: Oriental Daily


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