Daily Life of a Villain’s Mother - Chapter 214
It was the first time he had seen her this way. There was a sort of light and calm beauty in this get-up.
She looked especially beautiful tonight.
He Han couldn’t take his eyes off her.
He stopped in front of Ye Fan and leaned down, his unconcealed gaze staring straight at her.
Unhurried, he said a few words and even elongated the end of them.
But it sounded more like he was talking about Ye Fan than the clothes.
Ye Fan, “What are you doing here?”
“Me?” He Han looked into Ye Fan’s eyes. “Just worried that a certain someone would get too nervous.”
His eyes were deep and dark with a shadow cast on them by his brow bone under the moonlight.
Ye Fan did not answer.
He surveyed Ye Fan’s expression and said lightly, “Are you not confident in this competition?”
Ye Fan, “It’s not that.”
Perhaps it was because she had to perform in front of so many people for the first time, it still took her a little getting used to.
He Han said, “Just go about it like normal.”
“Unless…” He Han raised a brow and added deliberately, “You have no confidence in yourself?”
Ye Fan, “I may not have learned to dance, but I worked very hard to prepare for this.”
Naturally, she was confident, and she would complete this competition in earnest.
He Han said meaningfully, “That’s why both he and I believe in you.”
Ye Fan naturally knew that he was talking about Dudu.
Neither of them said it, yet they both knew what they were thinking.
Just like a secret hidden in the night.
Ye Fan, “I’m going back inside.”
He Han smirked and said to her.
“Give it your best.”
He Han’s deep voice flowed clearly into Ye Fan’s ears in the night breeze.
She responded simply, “Thanks.”
He Han smiled and did not speak.
When Ye Fan turned to leave, he did not move and continued watching her figure.
Only when Ye Fan disappeared into the end of the corner did he finally walk in the other direction.
The countdown began.
Many viewers are already waiting in front of their TVs for the broadcast to begin. The 500 audience members and judges were also waiting with bated breath.
Qi Shu walked onto the stage. “Welcome everyone to this episode of ‘Superstar Project’!”
“Our program was created in order to find the star for the legendary Hu Manjun that the viewers are all looking forward to seeing!”
“Today’s event is the dance, and the contestants are all ready. Are you all ready?”
At this time, the room gradually turned dark, and the TV screen was showing what was happening in the contestants’ villa earlier.
Qi Shu asked the contestants if they had learned to dance, and the only ones who didn’t raise their hands are Ye Fan and Deng Chu.
There was a lot of discussion happening on the pop-up comments.
“Seriously? Ye Fan never learned to dance? Oh no, we shouldn’t have voted for her to do the classical dance!”
“How can she learn it well in just one week? The time’s seriously too tight.”
The camera turned to the judges’ table.
He Han was wearing a black shirt tonight with the cuffs pulled up to his wrists, revealing his lean muscles.
The lights gradually came on and the VCR screen turned off.
The audience could see him move his gaze away, but they didn’t know who he was looking at.
Qi Shu said, “Our judges are international film emperor, He Han, Dong Xian, fashion editor-in-chief Xiong Lan, and gold medal producer Su Xi!”
“For this episode, we have specially invited one of our famous local dancers, Yan Yi!”
After the introduction of the judges, the contents of the challenge appeared on the screen.
The contestants’ ranking appeared in turn, and the first shot of tonight’s fierce competition had been fired.
The waltz group was the first to take the stage.
Chang Su looked dignified. She had a distinct aura and her expression and her eyes made the entire performance very moving.
Song Man’s performance was only so-so. There were no faults to pick from it, but also no highlights.
When it came to the classical dance section, the contestants would perform the classical Chinese costume dance.
Four contestants appeared one by one, starting with Shen Luoluo.
Shen Luoluo’s sweet personality was very modern and so she wasn’t that suited for ancient Chinese costumes, yet she added a special sort of sweetness to this dance.
Yue Shao had studied dance for many years so she was very confident.
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