Chapter 149 He’s Just Annoying
Simone’s proposal received support from Zac and Harry.
Zac smiled and said, “Seems like we’re on the same page again.”
Since Luca had shown off, they couldn’t just let it go without having some fun. Simone gave him a knowing look and said, “It’s still early, so let’s go for a stroll.”
The other two nodded in agreement. “Great!” They had separate suites with a view of the fireworks, so they didn’t disturb each other. Since they all had a good rest, they were now full of energy.
Accompanied by the viewers in the live stream, the three of them went to explore the unique commercial street nearby.
When they felt it was about time, they took a cab to the restaurant.
The restaurant had an elegant atmosphere, and the waiter led them to a prominent table in the hall.
The average cost per person in this restaurant was around two thousand dollars, so the trio did not take the pricing into account when ordering.
They ordered the restaurant’s most famous specialty dishes.
While waiting for the food to be served, they saw Leon walking over to the piano in the restaurant before he started playing.
Leon’s piano skills were quite good, and he was a well–known actor in Corynthea.
Many Coryntheans dining there recognized him and took out their phones to take pictures.
After Leon finished playing his piece, Aaron took over.
Aaron was a top star, and people dining there also recognized him and couldn’t stop taking pictures.
When Leon stood up to give way to Aaron, he unintentionally noticed Simone and the others sitting not far away.
He was taken aback, clearly surprised.
Why were these three having dinner here? He walked over and sat down not far away, waiting for his turn to replace Aaron, but his gaze remained fixed on Simone.
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Although it was a bit embarrassing, he didn’t mind being able to keep looking at Simone like
Simone naturally noticed that Leon had been staring at her, but she didn’t look back.
Meanwhile, Zac saw Leon and Aaron taking turns playing the piano.
He couldn’t help but ask, “What about the other two?” Simone replied, “I guess they will be serving the guests individually.”
As soon as she said that, Zac had a plan in mind.
He smirked and said. “Since we’re all here and guests on the same variety show, let’s have some fun by requesting a song.”
Simone chuckled. “Sure!”
Zac called the waiter over and asked if they could request a cello performance.
As long as their total bill came up to 6,000 dollars, they wouldn’t have to pay extra for the cello performance.
If they enjoyed it, they could give a tip to the cellist.
Meanwhile, their bill had already reached that amount.
As such, the waiter quickly went to find Jodic and Luca, informing them there were guests who wanted to listen to the cello.
The two of them took the cello from the back and followed the waiter into the hall with smiles on their faces.
When they arrived at the table, they saw Simone and the other two,
Jodie and Luca’s smiles instantly froze.
Luca couldn’t help but ask, “Why is it you guys?” Simone smiled and said, “We came here to eat. Is there a problem?”
Luca felt frustrated when he saw the three people he was supposed to serve.
With a sour expression, he said, “Just eat your meal. Why bother listening to some cello music?”
Simone raised an eyebrow. “We paid money to experience the restaurant’s novelty, silly. We’ve even hit the minimum spending requirement, so why are you questioning us? Is this how you serve your customers?”
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The mio didn’t have to lift a finger, but now, Luca and Jodle had to serve them.
They felt so frustrated.
Nonetheless, that was exactly what the trio wanted–they wanted to make them feel frustrated.
Zac criticized Luca, saying, “I don’t like your tone. If you continue being like this, I might have to complain and have your salary deducted by the manager.”
The waiter was of Corynthean descent and happened to understand what they were saying,
As such, he immediately said to Luca, “The customer is always right. Their requests, as long as not excessive, must be fulfilled.”
This cellist’s attitude is pretty bad. No wonder the customers are complaining.
Luca was speechless. Could he throw in the towel?
Jodie saw this and was afraid that her brother would explode and refuse to do it. She’d be dragged into this and get scolded by the viewers as well.
As such, she forced a smile and looked at Zac, asking, “What would the three of you like to hear?” Simone was the one she was supposed to serve, which made her feel frustrated and unhappy.
Thus, she didn’t look at Simone.
She kept repeating to herself, I don’t see Simone, I don’t see Simone…
Jodie originally wanted to showcase her musical ability by playing the cello, letting the audience know how talented she was.
She also hoped to receive generous tips and stay at a better hotel with Leon and her two brothers in the evening.
By satisfying the three of them, she could also win the favor of their fans and viewers, making them think she was amazing and considerate.
Who would have thought that when she eagerly picked up the cello and came over, the person she wanted to see the least was there?
Having to serve Zac and the rest made her feel small.
What she hoped for was an equal acquaintance, for Zac to see her goodness and fall in love with her.
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The she could date a top star and marry into the luxurious Turner Family after retiring
the entertainment industry,
know, it made her feel embarrassed.
The more she thought about it, the more aggrieved she felt, and she wanted to cry! However, she also knew she couldn’t get angry or quit.
Otherwise, it would not only leave a bad impression on the audience but also make Zac think she had a bad temper.
She could only force a stiff smile and pretend to be graceful as they mocked her.
Meanwhile, Zac didn’t like the subtle glances Jodie gave him.
It was as if he were a delicions piece of meat that she wanted to devour.
He was no stranger to this kind of look, for the women who wanted to snag him were all like this.
However, Jodie was even more self–righteous, thinking that he should treat her differently.
She had even tried to flirt with him before, but after being rejected, she still didn’t give up.
Honestly, it disgusted him.
He wasn’t one of the blind Gray brothers from the Gray Family.
If Zac wasn’t pleased, he wouldn’t make that person comfortable either.
As such, he glanced at Jodie and said. “You don’t have to force a smile if you don’t want to. Otherwise, it will affect our mood and appetite.
In simpler terms, if she didn’t want to smile, she didn’t have to ruin their appetite.
Jodie stared at Zac in shock, unable to believe he would say such things to her.
She felt even more aggrieved.
How could he publicly humiliate her like this? Simone must have said a lot of negative things about her to Zac behind her back, leading to this misunderstanding
Jodie couldn’t hold back her tears any longer. “I–I didn’t mean to.”
Zac frowned. I’m just giving you a suggestion, and you’re already tearing up, looking like you’re about to cry.”