The convenient Bride

Chapter 169: She Took the Bait

The press conference proceeded in an orderly manner. After the filming ceremony was the media interview time.


Everyone was scrambling to ask questions, and the actors responded calmly.


Rosiley looked at Rorey, who was standing beside Bertram. Her eyes narrowed as she raised her hand when the host asked if there was any more question.


"What's your question?"


The host pointed at her and asked.


She stood up, took the microphone from the host, and cast a sharp gaze at Rorey.


"May I ask how Miss Rorey can give her best acting during pregnancy?"


This sharp question plunged the atmosphere to an intense state.


Other journalists also wanted to ask this question, but they were told not to. If they asked, they would be charged, so everyone had to compromise.


Hearing Rosiley's question, other journalists were instantly excited. Apart from admiring her courage, they were also looking forward to Rorey's answer.


On the stage, Rorey's face turned pale. She looked at Rosiley with gloomy eyes. Even though her heart was filled with hatred for Rosiley, she pulled a smile on her face. "The filming won't take too long, and my part will be finished first, so there is no need to worry that my pregnancy will affect the progress of filming.”


Rosiley was a little disappointed by her moderate answer, but she would not let her off just like that.


Then, she threw out another sharp question.


"I heard that Miss Rorey had invested in this play. Is that true?"


“That's not true."


"Then how did you get such an important role?"


"Director Angus chose me for my abilities. I believe in his choice and I will not let him down."


"Is that so? Then why did I hear that Director Angus chose another actress at first? She has been in the industry for several years and had done quite a few good TV shows. What do you think gives you an advantage over her?"


"You said that you heard about it. Don't believe this kind of false news."


Rorey easily handled every question that Rosiley had raised, so she couldn't hide her complacency.