- Former Girls Generation (SNSD) vocalist Jessica Jung, 33, will debut in a Chinese girl group following her second-place win on the third season of reality competition show “Sisters Who Make Waves.”
- The Chinese show centers around artists aged 30 and up who want to make a return to the spotlight.
- Jung and the show’s other 9 finalists – Mandopop icon Cyndi Wang, Kelly Yu, Tan Weiwei, Gillian Chung, Charlene Choi, Fiona Sit, Amber Kuo, Tang Shiyi and Zhang Tiana – will make up the new girl group.
Former Girls Generation (SNSD) member Jessica Jung will debut in a new Chinese girl group with finalists from Season 3 of the reality competition show “Sisters Who Make Waves.”
Jung, 33, placed second on the show and will be part of the upcoming 10-member girl group. The show’s premise centers around artists aged 30 or older who want to make a return to the spotlight. Mandopop icon Cyndi Wang, 39, placed first on “Sisters Who Make Waves.”
Jung’s victory coincides with the 15th anniversary of her former girl group, which they celebrated with their new comeback album “Forever 1” on Friday.
Jung will gain new group members in the other “Sisters Who Make Waves” finalists: Wang, Kelly Yu, Tan Weiwei, Gillian Chung, Charlene Choi, Fiona Sit, Amber Kuo, Tang Shiyi and Zhang Tianai.
In September 2020, Jung made headlines with the release of her young adult novel “Shine.” The fictional book centers around a teenager who dreams of becoming an idol and is based on Jung’s personal experiences. “Bright,” which is the sequel to “Shine,” was released in May.
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