Matthew Ho (何廣沛) and Kelly Cheung (張曦雯) were part of the cast that attended Sunday’s promotional event for new TVB series, “Life on the Line” (跳躍生命線). As the series aired today and after the grand finale of popular, “Story of Yanxi Palace,” (延禧攻略), the two were asked if they were worried about the ratings drop for their new series.
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Kelly Cheung says, “It’s not about the ratings, but whether we performed well or not. After watching the “Yanxi” finale, I was so touched, so I hope our series will achieve the same quality.” Matthew Ho joins in to say, “We should be cheering for Hong Kong series. The series has a lot of touching stories. I’ve heard from a lot of our colleagues who watched the series, they had to prepare a pack of tissues for each episode. So this series should touch a lot of people.”
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Mistaken for Other Actors
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When asked about the recent news of Carlos Chan (陳家樂) being mistaken for Matthew Ho, he responds, “That was pretty funny. Actually, I’ve had one person come up to me saying he placed a bet with his friend saying he’s not Carlos Chan. I told him I’m not. The guy came back and said he won his bet, told his friend I was Matthew Ho. A lot of netizens would mistake me for Carlos Chan, Ka Lok Wong (黃嘉樂), and Hubert Wu (胡鴻鈞).” Kelly Cheung also thinks Stephen Wong and Matthew Ho have some resemblance.
Do you see the resemblance?
Credit: Ming Pao, Matthew Ho IG, Carlos Chan IG, Ka Lok Wong IG, Hubert Wu IG