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When it comes to singing competitions, experts tend to have higher expectations for the participants than the average fan. Despite the singers’ previously great performances, this can give the impression that the judges are being too severe. On occasion, though, a new talent comes along and amazes the judges and the crowd alike. Sisters Josefin and Mimi showcased remarkable brilliance on Germany’s “The Voice Kids” this year. During their blind audition, these sisters showed off their remarkable talents by performing a piano-led version of “Creep” by Radiohead. Their stunning rendition of the ’90s hit, performed in perfect English, surprised onlookers.…

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On the popular TV show “America’s Got Talent,” 12-year-old Alfie Andrew from Manchester, England, mesmerized the viewers and judges with his incredible talent and young charisma. Alfie has exploded in popularity thanks to his voice and a story that speaks to the universality of coming from nothing. Stepping confidently onto the stage, the young competitor wore an outfit that appeared to have been inspired by none other than judge Simon Cowell. Alfie smiled and said, “I am a singer.” When someone inquired if he was a comedian because of his composed demeanor, he smiled and said, “No.” After this conversation,…

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Grace, a 12-year-old contestant on the most recent season of a popular talent show, stole the show with her contagious energy and an emotionally raw performance of a song she wrote herself. Faith in miracles helped Grace overcome her shyness when she stood before the judges, even if few of her friends knew about her talent. Grace looked hopeful as she answered the question regarding her odds of winning. A confident “I believe in miracles” came out of her. The crowd was captivated from the moment Grace took the stage. Her voice, which seemed to possess a depth of emotion…

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With a rocking rendition of the Led Zeppelin classic “Whole Lotta Love”—a song that the X Factor Global audience will never forget—dreamy dad Joseph Whelan wowed them. Even before he spoke a word, the 26-year-old tool salesman’s tattoos made him a popular with the female audience members, who made it difficult for the judges to hear them over the raucous catcalls. Whelan may have looked good, but he was certainly more than meets the eye; the kid could rock like no one’s business. Whelan brought the perfect blend of gritty intensity and a hint of croon to Robert Plant’s screams,…

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There is no singing ensemble with more experience than the Canadian Tenors. They have made multiple television appearances, including at the Emmys, the Vancouver Winter Olympics, and Windsor Castle, where they played for the Queen. It would have taken a lot to shock them in 2010, but Oprah pulled it off. Although she had never met any of the band members, she had heard that they were all avid Celine Dion fans. They invited the renowned Canadian vocalist Leonard Cohen to join them on stage while they sang their biggest song, Hallelujah, on her show. You have to wonder whether…

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When Jeremy Fry, a fan of the Boston Celtics, got wild dancing to Bon Jovi’s “Livin’ On A Prayer” during a game, it became an iconic scene. The young man started singing and dancing wildly to the 1986 hair metal classic as the game camera focused on Fry. As if he were performing at a Bon Jovi concert, he jumped around, played air guitar, and belted out the part. While Fry danced down the aisle, the audience got into it, singing along and even embracing him as they jammed out to the Bon Jovi hit. People really related to Fry’s…

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Stunning “The Voice Kids” judges were astounded by thirteen-year-old Laura’s skill. Her mesmerizing performance left an indelible impression on all who witnessed it. Laura fearlessly opted to express herself to Whitney Houston’s timeless ballad “I Will Always Love You.” Given the introspective nature of the song and its themes, some may think it’s brave coming from someone so young. Yet Laura boldly took on the task, stunning the judges and audience with her soul-stirring version of the legendary tune. More than 130 million people around the world found inspiration and hope in Laura’s performance recording. Symbolizing the boundless potential within…

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Sasha, a Georgian youth, sang an emotionally charged cover of “All by Myself” on a recent edition of The Voice Kids. Not only did the performance wow the judges and studio audience, but it has also gone viral online, with millions of views. Alexandre, whose real name is Sasha, auditioned for the fifth season of the competition blind. Even without any visual aids, the judges were captivated by his voice. It was obvious this audition would be extraordinary the second he started singing. The judges’ reactions to the young talent’s performance were immediate and profound. Every single judge felt an…

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There is no singing ensemble with more experience than the Canadian Tenors. They have made multiple television appearances, including at the Emmys, the Vancouver Winter Olympics, and Windsor Castle, where they played for the Queen. It would have taken a lot to shock them in 2010, but Oprah pulled it off. Although she had never met any of the band members, she had heard that they were all avid Celine Dion fans. They invited the renowned Canadian vocalist Leonard Cohen to join them on stage while they sang their biggest song, Hallelujah, on her show. You have to wonder whether…

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Miley Cyrus’s father is country music legend Billy Ray Cyrus, which likely contributes to her music’s noticeable country influences. Despite Miley Cyrus’s prominence as a pop artist—popular songs like “Flowers” and “Wrecking Ball”—her music is equally recognized for its pop inspirations. Perhaps this is why Cyrus’s 2018 performance of “Man of Constant Sorrow,” a country/bluegrass tune, at the American Institute was so impressive; the video has since gone viral, with over 8 million views. After receiving the AFI lifetime achievement award, actor George Clooney was honored with a tribute show that included Cyrus’ performance. ‘Oh Brother, when Art Thou?’, a…

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