20 responses

  1. jolene
    January 31, 2011

    saw the last part, she has a powerful voice. she deserved to win

    • joshuaongys
      January 31, 2011

      Totally Agree with that!!!

  2. Kenny Ng
    January 31, 2011

    Yah, it’s a shame on Malaysia Music Industry. It’s not the 1st time Malaysian won the singing competition in overseas while they did not won in Malaysia.

    • joshuaongys
      January 31, 2011

      Sad sad case!

  3. hildamilda
    January 31, 2011

    Her Listen was the bomb! Her voice is super duper powerful, I like. She is truly a pride of Malaysia :D

    • joshuaongys
      February 1, 2011

      definitely!!!!

  4. Cassy
    January 31, 2011

    omg yes! love her incredibly much. =)

    • joshuaongys
      February 1, 2011

      hahahha can’t wait for her album right?

  5. anonymous
    January 31, 2011

    totally agree… ‘Malay’sial didn’t give her any support at all… onli giving chances to those malay local untalented singers….

    • joshuaongys
      February 9, 2011

      Erm, there are Malays who’re good at singing also la..

  6. desi
    February 5, 2011

    Comment by anonymous is not an accurate one, as everyone knows, she participated in many local singing competitions but failed to shine, though she has a powerful vocal as acknowledged by many local judges. Luckily that did not deter her from joining xing guang ta dao competition in Taiwan.

    She succeeded because she improved much under the guidance & tutelage of top taiwanese singing teachers, like Kay Huang, for example.

    • joshuaongys
      February 9, 2011

      She also succeeded because of her failures in previous competitions, that makes her stronger and resulting in a better singer =D

  7. jayseremban
    February 7, 2011

    wow….great voice but jess you need to learn more about controling your pitch, stretch longer with melody, trust me you can go more then what you are now……love you always

  8. zaccheww
    February 28, 2011

    totally agreed with jayseremban…. it will be lot more better if she can control pitch a bit. dun get me wrong, i really like her but to be fair on the the first video… i dun think she is ready that time. will sure buy her album… ori :)

  9. Anonymous
    March 13, 2011

    Jess Lee she great, I’m proud to be Malaysian because she is Malaysian. Why Malaysian can’t find those talented person, till the person gone to overseas and bring back the proud to Malaysia then only realized that’s a lot of smart people in Malaysia. Please be open minder accept all races challenge in this 2000 century. Jess’s is Malaysian best.

    • Anonymous
      March 21, 2011

      Agreed but goverment not fair leh..! Charge so much for the passport. How many talented oversea chinese got scholarship for further studies? It lets the individuals come up with their own pocket money if they want to go overseas for further training/learning. After they return with glory then say Malaysia got talent..Malaysia boleh…without spending a single cent for their development. What a joke! Jess BOLEH is due to her own strong will to succeed. She had conquered numerous setback to reach this stage. Now this small girl with strong heart makes everyone cry with her singing.

      • joshuaongys
        March 22, 2011

        What can we do? =(

  10. Anonymous
    July 5, 2011

    one of the reason in my opinion it is because she is not pretty enough, and insiders maybe have pull strings towards the judges to eliminate her. and choose the prettier not so talented singers unlike in taiwan searching for talent

    • joshuaongys
      July 6, 2011

      Maybe so, that’s how it works here huh?

Leave a Reply

 

 

 

Back to top
mobile desktop