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|TVB Stars of the 2005 Calendar, The Final Report!|
*What a year 2005 has been. If you own a TVB calendar, you've spent the last year with these stars. If something important happened in your life you might remember with the artistes of that certain month. Lets round up everyone like a reunion, and see where they are now. What better way to end the year by closing our calendar. Took me a long time and some hard work, but lets review the calendar.*
Cover Page: Miss Hong Kong Kate Tsui is had a great year with so many appearances in many series and shows. She also signed with TVB and now will be promoted. Queenie Chu had a good year in the beginning with winning the Miss friendship award at the Miss World pageant, but later as we all know was frozen because of the Joey Leung scandal. Fu Sze Sze began the year trying to make it as an artiste, but later quit and went back to college in Singapore.
January: Charmaine Sheh had a pretty rough year with her two series "Yummy Yummy" and "Always Ready" getting low ratings. She also had an accident while filming and injured herself. Sammul Chan had a good year releasing his first gospel single and movie. Bosco Wong had a great year with "WOIL" and winning the Most Improved Award.
February: Lai Lok Yi had an average year, his series "Ten Brothers" became a warehouse series. Nancy Sit ended her long running sitcom "VOH". Shirley Yeung had a good year but nothing special besides her bra incident and the over the top wardrobe.
March: Roger Kwok had a great with his series "Life Made Simple" breaking the rating's peaking record and winning the Best Actor Award for the second time. Jessica Hsaun had a good year too, but didnt get much publicity because of Angela Tong overshadowing her in "LMS".
April: Raymond Lam had an average year with a couple of low rating series, but loss some weight and stole some attention. Tavia Yeung was in alot of series but nobody seem to acknowledge her. She open her own craft store so it was a great year.
May: Myolie Wu had an awsome year with "WOIL" and four awards outside of TVB. Moses Chan had a great year with many leading roles and the popularity boost. Anne Heung had a decent year signing with TVB again and snagging the lead to "Au Revoir Shanghai".
June: Bowie Lam had a good year with male leads everywhere after signing with TVB. Ada Choi had an excellent year but outside of TVB though, mostly mainland productions. She came back to film "The Dance of Passion".
July: Frankie Lam got back into acting more with a couple of leads, and getting rich with real estate so he had a great year. Kenneth Ma is still a supporting artiste, but gained more fans so overall his year was decent. Michelle Ye left TVB, but still found success with ATV series, movies, and gaining a rich tycoon as her god father.
August: Adam Cheng always has a good year. All leading roles with high pays. Melissa Ng's year was awsome, all female leading roles and just recently accepted a role in Tai Chi.
Semptember: Bernice Liu had a good year, but could have been better if she would of won the Most Improve Award over Nikki, but overall she gained alot of popularity and new fans. Ron Ng had tremendous year with "The Academy" and "RDOV" both being hits. He just launch a singer career alongside acting with an EP that came out and is sold out.
October: Bobby Au-Yeung was a little low key this year with no new series except the warehouse series "Hidden Treasure", but he is coming back with alot of TVB series, he already has two done filming. Sonjia Kwok had a quiet year because she was mostly in mainland filming co-productions with China, but she'll have a better year once they come out. The only bad press was her going to the bathroom outdoor while filming in mainland.
November: Kenix Kwok had an excellent with "RDOV" being a bit hit for her, and her publicity for being the hot contender for the Best Actress Award. Joe Ma remained ignored, even though "RDOV" was a big success nobody even acknowledged him for his lead acting in it. Flora Chan lefted and turned against TVB by filming for ATV, but we must admit her popularity has fallen since she left.
December: Kevin Cheng had a good year because this time last year he was doing supporting roles, but now has been promoted to lead with quite a couple series done filming and one in the works. Mandy Cho did alot supporting roles in grand productions like "The Charm Beneath" and "War and Destiny", but is now leaving for more than half a year to go study jewlery designing in the US.