It’s all about staying positive! Nick Hagelin found himself in the Bottom 2 of ‘The Voice’ for the second time this week, but he’s not sweating over it. Christina Aguilera’s contestant dished to HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY ahead of the May 10 episode about why he wasn’t scared about ending up in this position.
Nick Hagelin has been the Comeback Kid on Season 10 of The Voice, but rather than getting upset over it, he’s decided to embrace his position! For the second week in a row, Nick is in the Bottom 2 and will have to perform once more in hopes of winning America’s Instant Save. HollywoodLife.com caught up with him ahead of the episode to get his take on the nerve-racking ordeal!
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“I just have nothing to be scared of — this whole experience has been amazing!” Nick tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “It is the best thing that has happened to me and my career and my family. Everything about this show has been such a blessing. Everyone here is so amazing, so to me, I’m not scared. If I am in the Bottom 2, I get to sing another great song. Everyone else will be sitting around and I’ll be performing — it gives me an extra YouTube video! You become a trending topic. The last time, I got ten thousand more followers. So, if I’m in the Bottom 2, it could be a good thing!”
We love that Nick is going into this with a positive attitude! Christina Aguilera made a huge play by deciding to choose him as her comeback artist in the Live Playoffs, and America showed their approval by voting him through as one of her three finalists.
However, despite being a fan favorite, Nick has now found himself toward the bottom of the pack, and that hasn’t been a good trend throughout Season 10 — the last two eliminated contestants, Owen Danoff and Daniel Passino, both went home after their second week at the bottom.
Nick has already released three albums on his own, so if anything, this show is just giving him more exposure to continue doing what he loves. He’ll definitely be on our radar even after the The Voice ends!
HollywoodLifers, do you think Nick will have a successful career after The Voice?