Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Grace Chan did not feel embarrassed when Kay Tse and Kevin Cheng acted as couple
Ms ex Hong Kong, Grace Chan (陳凱琳) and her boyfriend, Kevin Cheng (鄭嘉穎) had dinner together to watch the debut of Blue Veins (殭) series in Tsim Sha Tsui. Although Kevin expressed he did not wish their relationship to become the focus, but they were very sweet when Grace appeared while Kevin was accepting the interview.
A one-sided love for Kevin Cheng
Grace expressed she did not feel any pressure when the series was broadcasting and was full of praises for the series: "I feel it remains exciting when watching it for 4 times. (Any relationship scene with Kevin?) I have a one-sided love for him. (Feel embarrassed when watching Kay Tse (謝安琪) and Kevin acted as couple?) Nope. It is acting only."
When asked if she was afraid of the ratings for the series will be lower when ViuTV was currently broadcasting Descendants of the Sun (太陽的後裔) drama, Grace said: "Some people love to watch Korea drama and vampire drama is getting lesser nowadays. (Do you watch their program?) Yes, I do monitor their station. (Program filmed by ViuTV?) Nope."
Grace disclosed her father will record every episode of Blue Veins series and when asked if he was monitoring his future son in-law, she said: "It does not cross my mind. My dad likes to watch this series and he is watching The Duke of Mount Deer (鹿鼎記) series now. I feel very good with his support."
Mentioning about her acting was poor in Captain of Destiny (張保仔) series, Grace admitted it affected her when filming the series in the beginning: "I know I have put in full efforts and my parent is aware as well. They told me I was a newcomer and needed to put in more efforts in the next series."
Source: ON.CC (HK)
Translated by: tvfan @ Asian E-News Portal
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