Tue, Dec 07, 2010
Hong Kong's TVB King & Queen crowned

The stars of No Regrets, Wayne Lai and Sheren Tang, have been crowned king and queen at the TVB Anniversary Awards 2010.

Clinching the awards of Best Actor and Best Actress, the pair beat their close rivals, Moses Chen and Charmaine Sheh of hit comedy series Can't Buy Me Love.

This is the second year running that Tang has won the title of  Hong Kong's 'TV Queen'.

Evergreen Mak and Fala Chen, co-stars of No Regrets which was a sequel to last year's popular drama Rosy Business, won the Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress awards respectively.

TVB heartthrob Raymond Lam was named My Favourite Male Character with his portrayal of the brilliant physics professor in detective drama The Mysteries of Love.In addition, Lam also took home the TVB.com Popularity Award.

My Favourite Female Character went to Sheh, with her performance in Can't Buy Me Love. Her co-star Chan was recognised with the Best Performance of the Year award for his outstanding portrayal of his character in the comedy.

TV veteran Louise Lee was honoured with the Lifetime Acting Achievement Award, while the Most Improved Male Artiste and Most Improved Female Artiste went to rising stars Raymond Wong and Natalie Tong respectively.




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