Leo Ku Kui-kei was mortified after being named Metro Radio's most popular male singer only to be told later it was a mistake. The organisers were also red- faced when they had to tell the audience the award should have gone to Jacky Cheung Hok-yau. Ku was told he could keep the trophy as a consolation. 'Of course I feel a bit embarrassed. I don't quite know what to say,' Ku said. 'But Cheung is my favourite singer and he's very qualified for the prize,' he said. Singer Leon Lai Ming is mum over reports he's being paid $6 million for spooning ice- cream into his mouth. Lai was invited to join a promotional campaign to boost public confidence in Dreyer's Ice Cream, which was found to be contaminated with listeria monocytogenes bacteria late last year. 'The media has overestimated my payment,' Lai said. 'All I can say is I feel very tired and sleepy right now,' he said after the Dreyer's press conference at which he publicly tasted the ice cream. Actor Eric Kot Man-fai says he would rather give kisses than lai see during the Lunar New Year period. 'We are in an economic recession and it's better to put all my money in the bank,' he said. Sandy Lam Yik-lim has finally broken her silence over her relationship with Taiwanese composer Li Zongsheng. Lam - who is pregnant and due to give birth in May - admitted they were tying the knot in Vancouver to avoid attention from the local paparazzi. The wedding will take place on a yacht, with Jacky Cheung and Leslie Cheung Kwok-wing among those invited. Miss Hong Kong 1997, Virginia Yung Kar-shiu, has ventured into the world of showbiz. This follows a performance at a charity show where composer Lai Siu-tin gave her vocals the thumbs-up. 'He said my voice is like Charlie Young's,' Ms Yung said. 'I must just practise.'