Kenneth Ma's 'A Fistful of Stances' co-stars congratulate his Best Actor win with hilarious Photoshopped picture
Although Kevin Cheng wasn't around, technology managed to save the day.
Hong Kong actor Kenneth Ma's recent Best Actor win at the TVB Anniversary Awards was one for the record books, as it was the 45-year-old's very first win after 12 nominations over his two-decade-long career. Kenneth had won for his role in Big White Duel, where he plays Tong Ming, an upright doctor.
At the awards ceremony, Kenneth's good friends, actors Jazz Lam (also known as Alex Lam) and Stephen Wong, were one of the first few to react to the big announcement, and rushed up on stage to congratulate their friend.
The trio had first met while filming the 2010 drama, A Fistful of Stances, where they played onscreen siblings. Along with Hong Kong actor Kevin Cheng, who played their elder brother, the quartet struck up a strong friendship and has remained close ever since.
After the ceremony, fans couldn't help but to lament that it "was a pity" that Kevin wasn't present to witness Kenneth's big moment. However, it appears that all is well now, with Kenneth's latest Weibo post cracking fans up.
"Who says our eldest brother wasn't around?" he questioned in his caption alongside a photo of himself with Jazz and Stephen at the event that had been posted earlier. However, this time, a picture of Kevin had been Photoshopped into the upper left corner.
"Thanks to our third brother, Stephen, for this picture," Kenneth wrote, adding a bunch of celebratory emojis to commemorate the moment.
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