#TheVoice: Billy Gilman killed it singing Adele's "When We Were Young" during blind audition


September 21, 2016 · 761 views

Billy Gilman impressed all four judges at The Voice when he performed Adele's "When We Were Young" for the blind audition.

Gilman was former child singer who've already found success. But as he grew old, his label dropped him.

Gilman picked Adam Levine to be his coach.

 

Adele - When We Were Young (Live at The Church Studios)

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Wow, I remember Billy and his songs growing up

It's weird, but I kind of want him to do an updated/adult version of "One Voice" on "The Voice" haha

Becky · 2 years ago
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@Cryon: i agree with you. He got so much experience as a performer.

Becky · 2 years ago
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@Becky: He is pretty good. And I think he'll sure make it to the Finals.

Cryon · 2 years ago
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Reading The Voice Facbook page makes me sad for Billy...

Those negative comments about him on The Voice's facebook page is just silly. Everyone deserves a chance to be on that stage. Billy Gilman deserve a second chance. It's not like he was active for a long time in the industry. I heard he came out as a homosexual and that's when he started losing support and record deals despite his beautiful voice. Well, this is The Voice. It means it was a complete blind audition. I see no advantage in that at all. So if the judges push that button then it's because they believe he's good enough to be in this show.

Cryon · 2 years ago
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WOW 😳

This guy doesn't need a coach. He's already pretty good. And he got the stage presence. I'm pretty sure he'll get a record deal after this performance.

kaylee · 2 years ago
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Billy Gilman singing "Ben" in Michael Jackson 30th Anniversary TV Special []

He was born a singer. I predict this gut to win The Voice 2016.

Robber · 2 years ago
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Billy kinda look like Ryan Tedder of One Republic...

amy21 · 2 years ago
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