Crystal Fung (馮盈盈) is heavily groomed by TVB and given many opportunities in drama and variety shows. She played the female lead in AI Cappuccino (反黑路人甲) series for the first time and was nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role (最佳女主角) Award. However because of the high popularity, Crystal is surrounded by endless rumours and specially buys a beautiful windmill to get rid of the bad luck. She hopes to increase good affinity with the audiences.
Subsequently, Crystal pointed year 2020 was a bumper harvest for her as her drama, Sinister Beings (逆天奇案) and AI Cappuccino received good reviews. When mentioned about AI Cappuccino won Best Drama Series (最佳劇集) Award, Crystal smiled and said: “It is the second consecutive year that my drama won the same award. Looks like I have good luck after all. I heard that many people like my role, Madam Koo which increases my fame. I was even nominated Best Actress in a Leading Role Award for the first time and it is considered a breakthrough in my career. I feel the whole team deserves to win and feel happier than winning alone.”
Reminding about the criticisms such as materialistic, slut and making friends with wealthy people last year, Crystal tried to remain positive: “From the surface, I have news value and the public is taking note of me. More people indeed pay attention whenever my name is mentioned though. Nevertheless, I believe the audiences are smart and my hard work will not be sacrificed simply because of the gossips. Still, it creates a negative impact to my reputation.”
When asked if there was any solutions to reduce rumours, Crystal responded she will be less active on social media: “I feel like sharing my daily routine with everybody online but understand that it is better to save it for myself only. I can enjoy more privacy and the public will pay less attention to me.”
Checking about her love life, Crystal emphasised she was currently single and was good friend with Leonard Cheng (鄭衍峰): “My career is my top priority and I am not anxious to date. I am not considered experienced yet and must cherish all opportunities.”