Lim Wen Suen is the first champion of SG-MY "The Voice"

18 Dec – 30-year-old Malaysian Lim Wen Suen is named the first champion of the local version of the hit reality singing competition, "The Voice".

Lim, who was part of singer Gary Chaw's team, performed Winnie Hsin's "Colours of the Wind" in the first round at the event held at the Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios, followed by Lala Hsu's "Riding a White Horse" in the second round.

The Sabahan singer thanked her family and friends for their support by coming to the finals, and to Gary for being a good mentor.

On the other hand, Malaysia's Kenny Low of Hanjin Tan's team won second place through his performance of the mash-up of Sammi Cheng's "Worth It" and Aerosmith's "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing", as well as Eason Chan's "Listen Up".

Both Singaporean competitors, Isaac Ong (who performed Faye Wong's "I'm Willing") and Cherelle Tan (who sang her coach Della Ding's song, "Why Did You Lie") were also part of the finals, but failed to make it to the second round.

(Photo Source: Lim Wen Suen Instagram)