Joshua Vacanti earns standing ovation from all coaches, Kelly urges for Broadway show

John said that the fans chose Queen's ‘The Show Must Go On’ because they knew Joshua could handle it and that he was a superstar


                            Joshua Vacanti earns standing ovation from all coaches, Kelly urges for Broadway show
Joshua Vacanti on ‘The Voice’ Season 21 (NBC)

Joshua Vacanti from ‘The Voice’ season 21 has faced a lot of heat from social media users in the last few weeks but it seems like he finally managed to impress them as he got a tremendous response on Twitter after he performed his rendition of Queen's ‘The Show Must Go On’ on Monday, November 22. The ‘Fan Week’ episode saw a total of 11 contestants fight for the top 10 spots.

The 28-year-old singer from Lockport, New York was saved last week from eviction and coming out stronger this week, he even earned a standing ovation from all the four coaches namely Blake Shelton, John Legend, Ariana Grande, and Kelly Clarkson. Joshua, who looked dapper in a dark green suit, hails from Team Legend and is known for his Broadway-style voice. Speaking on similar lines, Kelly Clarkson later praised the singer saying that he deserved his own Broadway show.
 
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Joshua Vacanti mesmerizes coaches with rock opera

The song Joshua Vacanti performed on was picked by fans and shedding light on the same, Blake Shelton later poked fun at Joshua’s mentor John Legend saying that he could have never thought of this song. Blake felt it was the perfect song for him. John said that the fans chose Queen's ‘The Show Must Go On’ because they knew Joshua could handle it and that he was a superstar.

John too got impressed with his team member as he and Joshua both felt that the rock opera vibe was right in his lane. Kelly Clarkson was left completely smitten with Joshua’s performance. She said that the show was made for vocalists like him. She then urged someone to develop a Broadway show starring him in the lead. The next episode of ‘The Voice’ season 21 will be aired on Tuesday, November 23 and will see one singer going back home no matter on what team they are.

 



 

 

 

‘By far one of the most incredible vocalists’, says Twitter

While a few slammed him, Joshua, for a change, got a lot of love from social media users. “Joshua Vacanti surprises me each week!” said one fan as another posted, “Joshua may be the Winner of the Voice this year, in my humble opinion.” Another user added, “Joshua can surely win The Voice! Be sure whatever he sings next is well known by the public, and will resonate across demographics!!” One fan tweeted, “I need to see Joshua on Broadway like plssssss”, as another chimed in, “Joshua continues singing lgbtq+ anthems yet is a closeted church boy, it doesn’t feel right to me.”
 
The next one tweeted, “Joshua Vacanti is by far one of the most incredible vocalists i’ve ever heard. every time he sings on the voice, my mind is blown lol.” One slammed the singer saying, “Freddie is surely rolling in his grave after that horrendous performance from Joshua.” Meanwhile, one shared, “So I believe Joshua did a good rendition of the song My only issue is that song was written by Freddie Mercury about his battle with AIDS and the fact that he was going to go on to the better end I feel that emotion got lost when Joshua sang it.” And, another concluded, “The best fan song choice of the night; they picked a song that's tailor made to Joshua's voice and he did a great job with it.”

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 

‘The Voice’ Season 21 airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 pm PT/ET on NBC.

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