梦想导师s for The Voice of China officially unveiled (the rumors were wrong!!!)

It turns out that, aside from Team Na Ying, the rumored advisors for each coach happened to be, well, wrong. But today, August 14, 2015, The Voice of China OFFICIALLY confirmed who these advisors were going to be. How close was I?

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Let us begin.

NOTE: I’m too excited to really go in-depth or anything. I might fangirl a lot in the end.


A-Mei rejoins The Voice of China Jay Chou’s advisor

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It turns out that Jay Chou, not Wang Feng, was the one who invited A-Mei. Where did Eason Chan go?

Apparently it was A-Mei’s team who won the second season, the one season she’s previously coached. She also recently won “Best Female Singer” at the Golden Melody Awards. I hold my stance: they all figured things out at the GMAs.

A-Mei/Amit at her a-meizing live concert.
A-Mei/Amit at her a-meizing live concert.

Li Jian has already been confirmed for Na Ying

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As this was confirmed earlier on the 6th, Li Jian will still be serving as Na Ying‘s advisor. I quite liked him on I Am A Singer.

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Wang Feng invites G.E.M.

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It turns out that Keliee, a fellow blogger of mine’s, got her right sources. She even commented that she heard that Wang Feng called G.E.M. on my earlier post. (Sorry . . .)

Check out her main blog at: keliee.com

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Plus enjoy G.E.M.’s amazing rendition of Wang Feng’s hit 《存在》on I Am A Singer:


JJ Lin is everywhere these days; Harlem Yu is too amazing right now

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This is where I officially lose all sanity, and ASDFGHJKL.

哈林 you are the best! I swear

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What better way is there than to be my favorite coach on The Voice?

If you tone down my reaction, this is what you get:

But seriously. It’s going to be PERFECT. For one, it’s bias + bias. That NEVER hurts.

On a musical standpoint, both of them are what you call 音乐顽童. Harlem and JJ are contributors to the industry, both having experimented with a ton of different genres of music and produced like the best of the best; Harlem was the first to experiment with R&B and rap in Chinese music, and JJ the first to, with his hit 江南, let the audience accept that yes, you can incorporate 中国风 with Western styles of music and that it will sound amazing.

Plus JJ is always so professional and so vocally talented he is gonna be amazing and have the best time ever with Harlem.

I’ve never even DARED to think about this in my dreams, but CAN YOU TWO JUST COLLABORATE like RIGHT NOW?

Oh my goodness but I love them both so much I can’t even

— moon148

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  1. moon148 says:

    Reblogged this on Just A Muse.

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