Kevin and Aimee Rehearse Musical for Pok Oi Show

Aimee Chan, Kevin Cheng, Kenny Bee, Nancy Sit and Kate Tsui were rehearsing yesterday for tonights Pok Oi Charity Show as they will be performing together in a musical song and dance act. As this year’s Miss Hong Kong winner, Aimee is usually full of poise and elegance, but this time she will be playing a rather ditzy character, with some very exaggerated actions, such as grabbing hold of Kevin’s arm but she is pushed away by him.

Aimee indicates that when she was at school, she has appeared in drama productions, but this is her first time performing on such a scale. She smiles that her character is very crazy, exaggerated and funny and this is a great challenge and opportunity for her to learn a lot of things. The reporters say that her voice is too high pitched and she smiles that she is worried that the audience will not hear her. In order to perfect her performance, she has been practising her expressions in front of the mirror and has asked for help from her friends to help her rehearse.

Asked if this is the first time she has been pushed away so cruelly by a man, Aimee smiles: "Let me think! It should be the first time. (Do you push people away more?) No, I won’t."

After winning the "Best Actor" award, Kevin’s workload has increased significantly as has his income. Recently, he has been spotted wearing many different designer watches, each one worth several tens of thousands of dollars and he has been pointed out as being extravagant. Kevin responds to this saying: "I have heard about this from my friends, but I have not seen the report."

Kevin indicates that this is just his own interest, like some people like to buy cars or apartments, he just likes to buy watches. He says that he sees it as an investment because some are limited editions, so they will keep their value and may even make a profit over time. He sas that he is buying the watches with money he has made himself and he feels there is no problem with this. Asked how many he has in his collection, he says: "I only have a few, the most expensive is a few tens of thousands of dollars. Everyone has their own interests and there is a lot of background behind collecting watches and I only know a little." Asked if he has made any money from his watches, Kevin laughs that he has not needed to sell his watches and he loves every one of them.

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