Reesema was een van de vijftig artiesten die in april meezong aan het Koningslied van John Ewbank. In behaalde hij zijn mastertitel rechten en opende hierna een horecazaak in de Amsterdamse wijk "De Pijp".
Reesema woont samen met Kim Kötter. Het stel heeft samen twee zonen. In zong Reesema samen met zangeres Jill Helena het nummer Goede tijden, slechte tijden wat als titelsong werd gebruikt voor de gelijknamige RTL 4 -soap Goede tijden, slechte tijden. Hun variant was tot als titelsong van de soap te horen. Uit Wikipedia, de vrije encyclopedie. Geraadpleegd op 7 september You're the Voice Gerelateerde pagina's: Zie de categorie Jaap Reesema van Wikimedia Commons voor mediabestanden over dit onderwerp.
After a further selection process, the judges are each given a category to mentor and the chosen finalists then progress to the second phase of the competition in which the public vote on live performances. The current judges are: The first series of X Factor began in October and ran to February It was not as popular as Idols. It was won by Sharon Kips. The second series, running from January to May , was more successful. It was won by Lisa Hordijk.
The third series was won by Jaap van Reesema. Rochelle Perts won the fourth series. The fifth series was won by Haris Alagic. The show is primarily concerned with identifying singing talent, through appearance, personality, stage presence and dance routines are also an important element of many performances.
The single most important attribute that the judges are seeking, however, is the ability to appeal to a mass market of pop fans. For the first series the competition was split into three categories: After the first series, the 15 to 25 category was split into separate male and female sections, making four categories in all: In each series, each judge is allocated a category to mentor and chooses a small number of acts to progress to the live finals.
This table shows, for each series, which category each judge was allocated and which acts he or she put through to the live finals. Therefore, Edsillia was the one who cast the vote for him. In May , X Factor judge, and popular Dutch singer Gordon decided to vote off popular candidate Sumera Espinel Martinez when she landed in the Bottom Two, explaining that he did not like her facial expressions.
She was a Dutch audience favourite. In the official X Factor rules, the role of the jury is to ensure that any exceptional singing talents make it through, judging solely on the voice quality of the contesters. Gordon had voted off Sumera Espinel Martinez because he felt her facial expressions he perceived them as being too arrogant were not fitting for a potential winner, as his own personal judgment.
This was in contradiction to the X Factor rules, because the jury may not vote anyone off because of their appearance. Sumera countered Gordon's criticism, by explaining that she had been criticized for being too humble and a bit insecure, and so, that "[she had been asked] to be secure and confident, which is what [she] did. Coon had also played live with Scooter in some occasions, covering for Rick J.
While the single peaked at No. Scooter released their seventh studio album, Sheffield , in May The band's 21st single, "Posse I Need You on the Floor " was released in Germany on May 21, and it was the first Scooter single since "Endless Summer" to include a high-pitched-voice in the chorus.
The single peaked at No. In December , Scooter released their 23rd single " Ramp! While the single went platinum in Australia and Norway, it managed to reach the No. At the beginning of , immediately after the release of trio's compilation album Push the Beat for this Jam , Axel Coon left the band to pursue a solo career in DJing and remixing, and Jay Frog became the new third person.
Jay Frog was already familiar with the band as he had occasionally covered for Axel Coon. As a quick way of introducing the new member Frog to their fans, the trio released a second compilation album in November , 24 Carat Gold.
Scooter's 24th single, "Nessaja" was a cover version of the title track from Peter Maffay 's musical Tabaluga , and debuted at No. In , the video for "Weekend! The song reached No. The album climbed to No. Mind The Gap was Scooter's 10th studio album, which was released on November 8, in three different versions, basic, regular and deluxe.
While the album peaked at No. On August 14, , it was announced that Jay Frog had decided to leave the band to pursue a solo career. The song and its lyrics are based on " What Time Is Love?
The album peaked at No. Despite the fact that the single peaked only at No. On August 10, Scooter released a new single called " The Question is What is the Question ", the release of which surprised many of their fans as they were expecting a third single from the current album rather than an entirely new material.
In November , the band made its debut tour of Australia, never having visited the country before despite their single " The Logical Song " peaking at No.
The video premiered on YouTube on 12 November. The tour was a week long through several German cities such as Hamburg , Berlin, and Leipzig and one Swiss city, Zurich , throughout March This was the largest tour to date, and again featured the Sheffield Jumpers. During this tour, Scooter performed in front of a total of 40, people, and the Hamburg concert was the largest on the tour, with a sold out venue of 14, This was followed by Leipzig, with 10, people attending the final concert of the tour.
Regardless of the tour, "Stuck on Replay" peaked at only position No. It would tour through several German cities, such as Rostock , Stuttgart , and Dresden. At the same time, a very large concert was announced to take place in June of the next year, in Hamburg once again, at the HSH Nordbank Arena.
This would be Scooter's second tour of the United Kingdom. Interspersed among these dates were small concerts held at festivals such as Tomorrowland in Belgium , and in other places such as Iceland. On April 15, , a re-worked version of Scooter's single " Friends " was released, entitled " Friends Turbo ". Scooter's fifteenth studio album, entitled The Big Mash Up was released on October 14, - the two years since the release Under the Radar Over the Top being the longest gap between two albums in the band's history to date.
The second single, "David Doesn't Eat" was released on October 14, ,  the same day as the album.