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Lukas sings “Fallin'” by Alicia Keys.

Lukas sings “Fallin'” by Alicia Keys

Thirteen-year-old Lukas Janisch wowed the judges with his performance and me too…..

Lukas started to sing because of karaoke, so thank you, who invented the karaokemachine.

He is very skillful with his voice and is able to control it so well. You will not believe how well he does on his first blind audition ever. The coaches were so amazed, they could barely contain themselves. This kid deserves to be a big star!

Lukas not only plays the piano flawlessly, he can also sing with an extremely powerful voice. This is not a performance you want to miss so make sure you watch all the way to the end.

Henry Gallagher

 

This is adorable <3 he wrote a song for his secret crush….
I have never seen anything cuter…. it is so romantic

Henry is a singer, guitarist and song-writer from Wigan. He learned to play guitar at the age of 7 and began singing and performing live at the age of 8, quickly discovering that performing on stage was his favourite thing in the world. He has written a number of original songs including Lightning, Butterflies, Best Thing Ever, Explode and Time of My Life.

Henry shot to fame on the popular TV show Britain’s Got Talent. As a 12 year old, he performed his song ‘Lightning’ at his audition which lifted the roof off a packed Lowry Theatre in Manchester and again at the live TV shows in London.

Just over a year later, at the age of just 14, Henry certainly is having the time of his life as he continues to “wow” audiences up and down the country with his exciting stage performances at numerous live events. Henry’s popularity on Social Media continues to expand as he performs, writes songs, posts videos, chats with fans and practises hard in order to develop his obvious musical talents.

Jennie Lena

Jennie Lena is a hearttoheart singer on a mission to spread Love, Healing, Empowerment and Joy through words and music.

Here she sings ‘Who’s Loving You’ in the Blind Audition, The voice of Holland 2015

A few notes were enough to let all coaches turn their chair.