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As Soon As This Girl Started Singing, Judges Couldn’t Stop Themselves From Hitting The Red Button!

During the blind audition of The Voice Kids 2013, a beautiful and confident girl Laura walked on the stage with her guitar.
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As Soon As This Girl Started Singing, Judges Couldn’t Stop Themselves From Hitting The Red Button.

She only got to sing some words into her audition before all of the judges decided that they wanted her on the competition no matter what. In mere seconds, all of the judges were mesmerized and hit the famous button to turn around to see this fantastic musician. The excitement on her family’s face when judges hit the button is utterly priceless.
In this blind audition, Laura sang Dolly Parton’s famous song “I Will Always Love You” and stole everyone’s heart. She looked confident and sang like a true musician. Over 41 years ago, this hit song took over the Billboard chart and managed to win a lot of awards. It is a very tough song to sing, but this little girl showed no difficulty at all.

Laura’s acoustic rendition of “I Will Always Love You” gave me goosebumps. What about you?
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