Charmaine Sheh and Kevin Cheng think they are better off as friends

19 November 2013 / 2 years 11 months ago

Since 2008′s Forensic Heroes 2 <法證先鋒II>, Charmaine Sheh  (佘詩曼) and Kevin Cheng (鄭嘉穎) have been frequently linked together. The couple’s involvement allegedly led to Kevin’s breakup with then-girlfriend Niki Chow (周麗淇).

Timing was an issue that prevented Charmaine and Kevin’s relationship from advancing further in the past, but are there still chances for the power duo to get together once again?

Regarding her feelings over Kevin, Charmaine stated in an interview last year, “I feel that we do have a lot of conversational topics to talk about, but there is something that prevents further development between us.”

Since both Charmaine and Kevin are currently single, reports continued to link them together. Their joint appearances at recent promotional events stirred the dating gossip once again.

At last week’s Christmas lighting event at a mall, Charmaine and Kevin did not seem awkward, but limited their interactions together, reports Jayne Stars.

When asked whether they would get back together, Charmaine calmly stated that Kevin and her have been friends all along and their relationship will only remain in that stage.

However, they did not mind starring as lovers in a drama again; Charmaine said, “I don’t mind, but I worry if viewers will find it boring.”

Although Kevin admitted that he has remained in touch with Charmaine over the years, he said they are better off as friends. Kevin said, “There are many promotional events; there is not time to talk about reconciliation!”

Kevin then diverted the attention from his love life to add, “I’m very happy for Nicky Wu (吴奇隆) and Hawick Lau (劉愷威)” due to the actors’ respective relationship developments.

But perhaps the sparks may not have fully faded, as during the event, Charmaine and Kevin both answered that their most memorable Christmas holidays were spent out of the country in Switzerland and Canada, where the snow truly brings out the Christmas atmosphere.

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