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Singer Yoon Mi-rae To Rejoin As Super Star K Judge

2012/05/31 | 774 views | Permalink | Source

The hip hop queen of kpop, Yoon Mi-rae, will be resigning on as a judge for the fourth season of Super Star K.

She served as a judge last season, and she will be rejoining the show along with fellow judges Lee Seung Cheol and PSY. The production team praised Yoon's rapping and vocal skills and experience as a strong asset as a judge.

One rep said, "It wasn't easy to work out Yoon's schedule being that she's planning out her American debut soon. We hestitated a lot worrying about problems that may arise, but made the final decision to resign her on". It's said that Lee and PSY weren't shy about voicing their opinions on having her back onboard. The veteran singer Lee had forged stronger ties working with Yoon on Super Star K 3 last year. As for PSY, he had worked with the rapper helping put on her solo concert in the past.

Yoon gained popularity last season for her warm and personal judging style. She didn't hold back her encouragement and praise for many of the contestants.

The fourth season of the popular survival program Super Star K will start airing in August.

On another note, Yoon will be featuring on the US music group Far East Movement. This group became the first ethnically Korean artist/group that hit number 1 on the hot Billboard chart.

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