• A Filipina teen singer made it to the semifinal rounds of “The Voice Israel”
• 17-year-old Ezra Liz Joy Ng is the youngest semifinalists in the singing competition
• Joy grew up in Israel and has been singing in front of the Filipino community since she was a kid
A Filipina teen singer who grew up in Israel has made it to the semi-final rounds of “The Voice Israel” after she topped the online voting.
!7-year-old Ezra Liz Joy Ng is the youngest semifinalist in the singing competition.
According to the Philippine Embassy in Tel Aviv, Israel, the teen singer paid a courtesy visit to the Philippine Ambassador to Israel Neal Imperial. Joy Ng, as she is popularly known in Israel, told the ambassador that it was her friends who encouraged her to join the singing competition.
“My friends encouraged me to join ‘The Voice Israel’,” Ng, who was performing in front of the Filipino Community in Israel since she was a kid, said.
Joy made Filipinos in Israel proud, Ambassador Imperial said and urged the Pinoy Community to continue supporting her in her pursuit of bagging the title of this year’s “The Voice Israel.”
Watch one of Joy Ng’s performances in “The Voice Israel”: