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Red Velvet's Joy Cries & Admits She Scared of This On Stage

By Chaeil Lee | July 31, 2017 04:37 PM EDT

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Red Velvet's Joy appeared on an airing of the 'Masked Singer' and she broke the hearts of many fans but not with her voice but with her sad story.

Joy impressed with her powerful vocals after she was revealed to be the singer behind the Bandabi mask. The MC of the show was curious about how Joy felt about her performance when she suddenly became tearful opening up about her fear of the stage.

"I started to be afraid of people and how people look at me. Before I came into the agency, I thought that I was one of the best singers in my town and singing was joyful to do but suddenly I found myself hidden in the bathroom singing and my confidence began to drop." A real ear-jerking moment.

Joy continued to admit how much she feared the opinions and stares of others on stage. It seemed to be almost too similar to her character in the recent drama 'The Liar and His Lover.' Despite the tears, Joy had received great criticism and feed back from not only the judges but also the inspired audience. The wave of emotions she received moved her as she teared up again. Let's hope Joy can sing even more confidently in the future!

Tagged :  Red Velvet, Joy, Masked SInger

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