Jessie J: Constructive criticism is important

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012 5:00:49 by

‘The Voice’ judge has insisted that constructive criticism to contestants is very important as they need to know what is required of them. She admitted that there have been differences with her fellow judges but they end once the show ends.

The singer has been regularly booed by audiences for criticising contestants after their performances. She admitted that people are addicted watching shows where the contestants get humiliated and are made fun of.

“I think there’s a misunderstanding in the public on what’s nasty and what’s constructive. I have been constructive and every time I’m constructive I get booed. There needs to be an understanding of what the audience wants. If they want constructive, then all day,” she was quoted as saying in an interview.

The ‘Price Tag’ singer admitted that the audience are sometimes hypocritical and do not understand that all she wants is to make the performances even better.

“I definitely think that all coaches, myself included, could be more nitty gritty and how our people are with us. At the same time, if you’re nasty – not nasty – if you’re constructive then you get tarnished with the witch brush. You’ve got to get the balance right,” she continued.

Jesse J also played down claims from critics that the judges from the show have been too nice to the contestants. She claimed that the aim is to celebrate talent not to humiliate them.

“I do think sadly, that people have got addicted to talent shows where people get laughed at and destroyed on stage. I’m not someone that wants to do that. I want to celebrate talent,” she concluded.


Tags: , , ,

Short URL:

Posted by on May 23 2012. Filed under Entertainment, Music, Showbiz. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can skip to the end and leave a response. Pinging is currently not allowed.

You must be logged in to post a comment Login


Photo Gallery

Unique Auction UAE
Log in