Translated by: aZnangel @ http://asianuniverse.net/forums/
Leon Lai implies that he won't give Jill Vidal a chance for comeback
Yesterday Leon Lai, Janice Man and Janice Vidal were shooting for new film <FROZEN>. Guest starring for the film, the director dressed Leon like a begger. Asked if he's playing a begger again? He said: "Actually I don't know what I'm shooting yet, but the director didn't say a begger, it is a person who lives under the Hong Kong bridges, I don't mind." He frankly said that he won't be self-directing the "double J" on how to act because he feels that both of them have their own talents and styles in acting.
Speaking of Jill Vidal, recently she is working hard to get good evaluations from the public, asked Leon if he is considering giving Jill another chance? He only said: "I already said many times that I cannot expose too much. There are many jobs in this world that one can do, like behind-the-scenes, singing, but sometimes doing one thing requires being responsible for it. As the third person, some of the Media feel that Jill should be given another chance, but for this to happen there are also many other factors."
Leon expressed that their company (Amusic) just wants to simply do music, not always talking about coming back or not. In Jill's situation, if there is room for further development, it will be revealed in the future, but as a singer, temporarily no. He strongly stressed: "It is just the way it is for many things in life, once something is said, there's no turning back." Asked if he has seen the reports about Jill recently? He said: "I saw a few of them, I see that she is quite happy, but it should not affect anything. There must be a brave first step for a successful outcome."
TN: Leon Lai is the co-founder of HK's record label Amusic, who Jill was once part of.