Female stars turn Starhub TVB awards venue into Marina Babe Sands

Female stars turn Starhub TVB awards venue into Marina Babe Sands

The women stole the show at the StarHub TVB Awards 2014 on Oct 11.

They were here for the annual celebration of the best in Hong Kong television soaps, sitcoms and variety programmes.

Whether they were former beauty queens, fledgling stars, acclaimed thespians or the happily just-married, they sure got the lion's share of shrieks from fans as they strutted down the glitzy red carpet at Marina Bay Sands.

Svelte actress Sharon Chan, 35, who tied the knot with her businessman boyfriend in Bali last week, flaunted her famously long legs - as well as her cleavage - in a shimmering white ballerina-inspired dress.

"You must be feeling very blissful now," said the red carpet host, UFM 100.3 radio DJ Huang Wenhong.

"Yes I am," Chan admitted with a laugh, which prompted actor Kenneth Ma to joke that he was "jealous" that she had managed to find Mr Right while he's still stuck in perennial bachelorhood.

That kick-started some flirtatious banter between the two, with Ma pretending to sigh and lament: "You don't want me."

Chan gamely played along: "I want, I will always have you in my heart."

Vancouver-born sweetie-pie Linda Chung, the winner of Miss Chinese International Pageant 2004, wore a colourful floral get-up.

"I picked this outfit especially for this event, because Singapore is so vibrant and the weather here is amazing," she told the crowd.

(Well, Chung obviously hadn't had to struggle with our humidity.)

The New Paper on Sunday found a male fan who gamely shared with us his adoration for Chung, often described by netizens as the dream girl of many men.

"She looks innocent, cute and pure," gushed Mr Huat Lee, an IT professional in his early 30s.

"Also, her acting has improved a lot over the last few years."

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