If you’ve ever been a fan of anyone, you surely know how much their autograph is worth to you. Many of us would jump for the chance to get an autograph of our favourite celebrities. Losing it would be a tragedy, as Jeryl Lee Pei Ling (李佩玲) knows.
During a live broadcast, the Malaysian singer revealed she had once gotten autographs from singing legends like Na Ying (那英) and Jay Chou (周杰伦). However, she lost them!
Malaysian singers Jeryl and Janice Tan Yin Ern (陈颖恩) recently appeared on a live broadcast with streamers LIVER Li Zi (莉子) and Tiffany Liu (刘恬君). As the four of them conversed, Li Zi and Tiffany brought up a singing competition TV series they’d both been on— “The Voice of China (中国新歌声)”. Many singers like Na Ying and Jay Chou had been coaches on the show. Li Zi asked what was their most impressive experience while they were on the show.
Janice was quick to respond with: “Joining Jay Chou’s team, it was the first time I saw a big star!” She was clearly excited as she shared the first time she met him. “(It was) in a recording studio,” she said. “He was wearing sunglasses and sitting on the sofa.” Of course, her experience was the envy of everyone.
Jeryl said her unforgettable experience was having hot pot with her coach, Na Ying. “When I was 12, I sang her song “Conquer (征服)” so I sat at the same round table with her to eat hot pot. We were really close!” Jeryl once wore a school uniform to participate in another TV series singing competition called “One Million Star (超級星光大道)”. “I remember she was (really great on the show)!” she exclaimed.
The two were asked if they had ever gotten their coaches autographs. Jeryl shared her story with much regret. “I asked all four coaches for an autograph at the celebration dinner, but I was too busy and tired,” she stated. “I left it in the hotel room the next day and forgot to take it (home). It was very sad.”
Although Jeryl may have lost the autographs, both her and Janice still have their memories to make up for it. Their experience is just as valuable and some would probably say it’s precious.
Source: China Press