- Judges of the South Korean talent competition "KPOP STAR" noticed the commendable performance of one Filipino-American contestant
- Chrisha Choo received praises for her impressive talent
- One of the show's jurors, Yang Hyun Suk of YG Entertainment even asked the Fil-Am performer to sign up for his talent agency
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Aspiring K-pop artist Chrisha Choo performed well in the recent episode of KPOP Star 6, a South Korean talent competition.
Aired on Monday, December 19, the Filipino-American teen stood out during the second round of auditions.
Known as Kriesha Tiu in real life, the Fil-Am contestant sang "Emergency Room" by Izi and danced "Focus" by Ariana Grande.
As reported by PEP.ph, the judges — Park Jin Young of JYP Entertainment, Yang Hyun Suk of YG Entertainment, and Yoo Hee Yeol of Antenna Music were stunned by the aspiring performer.
"Chrisha, you are really like a star. When you sing and dance, you look like a star. That's more important than how well you sing or dance. When you sing and dance, you act like a star. You glow, somehow," JYP Entertainment's Park Jin Young commented.
"I love your facial expressions," Antenna Music's Yoo Hee Yeol reacted.
Meanwhile, YG Entertainment's Yang Hyun Suk offered Chrisha a contract to join his talent agency.
"I know I should show my personal favorites but I said I wanted to bring you to my agency when I saw you for the first time. I'd like to meet you CEO," he said.
"That's how much I want to hire you," the talent manager and music producer added.
Many of the biggest K-Pop names, the likes of Big Bang, Black Pink, and 2NE1 members Sandara park and CL and among others, are managed by YG Entertainment.