Monday, November 30, 2015
Wayne Lai is not worried for losing TV King Award
Wayne Lai (黎耀祥) won TV King Award thrice and attended celebration banquet for the finale of Lord of Shanghai (梟雄) series at Tseung Kwan O TVB City. When asked if he felt upset for losing TV King Award to Ruco Chan (陳展鵬) in Singapore and Malaysia, Wayne said: "Nope and every competition is fair. I feel Ruco performs very well and the audiences' voting occupy large percentage. I guess the audiences in Malaysia have different likings. He has a satisfactory performance and long working experiences, and deserves it. It does not matter and every place has different judgement standards." He hope the audiences will notice the company and observe every artiste's acting skills, and allow the audiences to get used to voting and expressing their opinions."
Hoped the audiences will accept new generation artistes
When asked if he was worried about losing TV King Award during TVB Anniversary Awards, Wayne said: "Nope and I received the award before and it will be a blessings if winning it again. It is big encouragement to many colleagues and hope they will win it. It does not matter to me and I receive it thrice but it does not mean sufficient. It is a complicated and embarrassing question as there is no reason to reject when people encourage and praise you, but is not very important. The audiences support me for many years and gives me lots of confidence. In this line, we need new artistes and hope the award will be given to more newcomers." Wayne also wished the audiences will accept new artistes and the company give them more opportunities. This allowed the industry to grow healthily and hoped Lord of Shanghai series will win Best Serial Drama (最佳劇集) Award.
Source: ON.CC (HK)
Translated by: tvfan @ Asian E-News Portal
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