Jessie J wins China's version of the X Factor in bid to 'break boundaries'
British pop singer Jessie J has won the China's equivalent of the X Factor after dazzling millions of her rendition of Whitney Houston's I Will Always Love You in the Competition's Final.
The 30-year-old from East London, who was “One of the two cultures”,
She went up against other professional singers from Asia as a contestant on the show – called Singer – to take the 2018 crown, singing some of his own songs in the process.
Following her win, she wrote on Instagram: “Last year I was asked to compete in a singing competition in China. Performing along the biggest established singers / Artists across Asia. [1 9659003] “I know a lot of people are shocked when they found out. Like Why will I compete in a singing contest … I said yes, “I love you to sing”, “I LOVE to do the unexpected and I LOVE to represent the UK and singing everywhere I go.”
“I LOVE to sing”, but also two cultures between the gap between the bridge. a western performer and listening music, and some of them have never heard before and visa versa. For the performances to be seen by millions of China and vice versa. “[1 9659007] Jessie J said that she felt” loved “during her three-and- half months in China.
“Seeing the boundaries break down and the rules be shifted,” she added. “I have never been made to feel more welcomed and loved as I have done here”.
The singer said she hoped she will not be the last “international” artist “on the show, which reportedly saw about a billion viewers tune in.
” I won the show last night. “But what we all won was the beginning of something really magical,” she said. “I am so happy I got to play a part.”
“Here is the first international but not the last international artist to be on SINGER.
“I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU! I still cant believe I came first! Last night a billion people watched the show. MAD.”
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