This is the most impressive “audition” for the new Mandarin-fluent “The Voice” singing competition


By Nyi Nyi Thet | May 12, 2017

“The Voice” is finally making its way to Singapore.

Unfortunately, though, due to a combination of licensing issues and choice of cable channel, participants on the show are required to be fluent in Mandarin.

With that being said, here is what’s possibly Singapore’s first Tweet “audition” for the show, that’s so far garnered over 4,000 retweets:


Here is an extended version.

Here are the reactions.

Here is the original version of the song, 想你的夜, or Xiang Ni De Ye, performed by Guan Zhe.


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Thet has a chronic fear of teenage girls laughing at him. He sometimes puts on a cap in his room and yells “Gryffindor”.

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