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Gigi Leung Wing Kei two nights ago along with Ronald Cheng Chung Kei, Chapman To Man Jat and Mainland actors Hu Ran and Wen Chao attended the MARRYING MR. PERFECT (GA GOR 100 FUN NAM YUN) premiere. Gigi was asked whether her 100 point man has arrived. She sweetly smiled and said, "We have so many people, and I need space to work." She also said that she had a lot of fun on this shoot because Ronald and Ah Jat often "sang a duet" in front of her so she happily made her salary; she also
said that both were good men, one has become a father and loved his daughter very much while the other was known for loving his wife. Although they were not known for their looks, they had perfect scores inside. She still was in the newlywed stage and still learning. Has she asked Ronald for parenthood advice? She said that she would wait until she would have a baby, but she felt that family truly changed a person a lot. For example after marriage she has become more considerate, kept her other half in mind when she acted and felt more responsible. Gigi admitted that she would cook whenever she was free, but her husband cooked better than her. She sometimes would only buy some frozen wonton and dumpling to cook for her, which he did not appreciate very much.
Ronald meanwhile claimed to be Mr. Perfect. "I try to get 100 points first, then slowly deduct from them!" Gigi revealed that he constantly mentioned his daughter on the set. He immediately explained, "Because after my daughter was born I had to keep working right away, I missed her very much. All day along I would be on whatsapp and send photos. (When will your official banquet be?) When my daughter learns to walk." He said that his daughter was already eight months old, still did not know how to say Papa yet but made sounds like Mama. He was not envious though. Has he discovered his daughter's acting genes? He said, "No, musically she does though. When she acts up she would quiet down as long as we play songs."