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Tuesday, June 06, 2006

Bobby Au Yeung, Yoyo Mung, Frankie Lam, Linda Chung Promote "Forensic Heroes"

Bobby Au Yeung Jun Wah, Yoyo Mung Ka Wai, Frankie Lam Man Lung, Linda Chung Ka Yan and other cast members were at a promotional event for "Forensic Heroes," which will be broadcast after "Dance of Passion" ends.

Bobby, Yoyo, Frankie and Linda engaged in a criminal investigation scene in which they had to find the murderer, but everyone forgot their lines, resulting in much laughter.

Future promotional activities for
"Forensic Heroes" involve the cast members appearing in swimsuits. Yoyo said that she is not sure if she will wear a bikini yet.

Bobby said that a more plump Yoyo looks better than when she is skinner. Bobby will be heading to the Philippines today to film "Dou Cheung Fung Wan."

Since "Forensic Heroes" will follow "Dance of Passion" in its broadcast, is Bobby confident about ratings? Bobby said yes. Reporters pointed out that Bobby is a ratings lucky star. "Please don't say that; I worked hard too; it is not just luck."

Reporters pointed out that luckily Michelle Ye Suen's rape scene has already been broadcast, so "Forensic Heroes" will have less competition. Bobby laughed and said, "Winning a little bit is fine."

Earlier there were tabloid reports which said that Frankie Lam and Kenix Kwok bought 4 luxury apartments and the monthly mortgage was $400,000 (HKD). Frankie denied the news and said that the apartment will not be ready until later this year, so he has not started the mortgage yet.

Frankie said that buying real estate is an investment, so all expenses will be within their affordability. When reporters asked how much will it cost for the mortgage, Frankie did not respond directly to the question and replied that the apartment is not ready yet. Due to the upcoming airing of his series, there has been new gossip about Frankie, despite the unreliability of the news content.

There have also been rumors that Raymond Cho and Lee Sze Jit are not getting along, and that Raymond allegedly complained to the producer about the script and other actors' NG's. Raymond denied the rumors and appeared quite friendly with Lee yesterday, emphasizing that they get along fine during filming.


A promotional event was held yesterday for TVB's new series
"Forensic Heroes" and was attended by cast members including Bobby Au Yeung, Yoyo Mung, Linda Chung and Frankie Lam, who enacted a murder mystery scene, but when everyone forgot their lines, it just unravelled into a comedy.

Yoyo reveals that there will be more promotional events for this show and the cast will be in their swimwear. She plans to buy a new swimsuit and when asked if she will be wearing a bikini, she says she does not know yet, but she does prefer to wear bikinis because she does not want to have strap marks in her tan. Yoyo says she has been working hard to keep fit and due to a recent injury to a ligament her jaw, she has eaten less, so this has helped. The doctor says she has either been speaking too loudly or laughing too loudly and this has caused her to tear a ligament. Yoyo is currently filming opposite Moses Chan in the series "Psychic Cop".

Bobby is not afraid of the challenge to their show from ATV's "Central Affairs 2" and goes on to compliment Yoyo on her great figure that is no longer washboard. Bobby will be heading out to the Philippines soon to film on location for "Casino Wars" and asked if he was worried about his show being rolled out after the "Dance of Passion", Bobby says that he is confident about taking the baton from "Dance". When it was mentioned that he is a lucky soul, Bobby says immediately: "Don't say that, I do work and it is not all about luck."

Some reports have suggested that
Frankie and Kenix Kwok have recently bought four luxury apartments and are paying $400,000 a month in mortgage payments. When asked about this, Frankie immediately denied the rumors, saying that he only took back his property at the end of last year and has not yet paid anything on the mortgage, so there is no way it is this much. He says that buying an apartment is a security investment and he will only take on what is within his means. When Frankie later saw the reports, he went on to ask whether this magazine had reporters present and telling everyone that they should not buy this magazine. Asked how much he is budgeting to pay for his property, he did not respond, just saying he does not know yet because it has not yet completed. He later indicated that it is very flexible, so even if the market is volatile, he is prepared for the worst case scenario and there is no problem. He goes on to laugh that this report is like his new script, but thanks them for their free publicity for his new show.

There have been rumours that
Johnson Lee and Raymond Cho have been at odds with each other, and someone, supposedly Raymond, has been complaining to the producer about NG's and poor scripts. The two were also present at the event and when they were posing for photographs, they seemed very friendly with their hugs and pats. Raymond insists there is no animoscity between them as Johnson had driven him to the event and then they will both return to filming afterwards. He says that everyone is very happy in their series and there are no cliques.

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