Earlier this week, the twenty contestants for the 2013 Miss Hong Kong Pageant went to TVB City and paid a visit to Hacken Lee (æŽå…‹å‹¤), who was hired to be the celebrity instructor of the pageant.On his thoughts about the quality of contestants this year, Hacken exclaimed: “Some are quite outstanding", reported Apple Daily.Asked if his wife, former Miss Hong Kong Emily Lo (ç›§æ·‘å„€), has given Hacken any tips on how to discipline her juniors, Hacken said: “My wife is too busy taking care of our son. She doesn’t have time for me!‘As a hot favourite to win the crown, Virginir Lau (åŠ‰æº«é¦¨) has also became a popular target of gossip. Recent rumours alleged that the pageant’s other popular candidate, Karen Lam (æž—èŠ·å˜‰), had claimed that Virginir only wears counterfeit clothes.The 22-year-old took a chance to rubbish the claims and said: “I do not wear knock-offs. I also don’t know [Karen]. I have no idea what's going on."I don’t wear famous brands anyways, so there’s no need for me to get knock-offs. Miss Hong Kong contestants are not vain.‘When asked if the rumours came about because of jealousy, Virginir added: “Maybe, but beautiful people will look good in anything!‘Though most contestants were conservatively dressed, contestant Vicky Chan (é™³å‰çª) wore a tight-fitting black crop top, showing off, her slim waist. Asked if she was satisfied with her figure, she said: “I really like this shirt, so that’s why I chose to wear it today. I am a thoughtful dresser.‘Contestant Tessy Yu (ä½™æ€æ…§) wore a light-weighted chiffon tank top. When the press expressed that she looked like she was wearing her undergarments, Tessy explained: “I studied in the United States, so I am more laid-back when it comes to dressing."However, I will not wear this when I am in crowded places. I will wear more to protect myself.‘Check out more photos of the Miss Hong Kong pageant finalists in the gallery below!