Song choice is crucial on ‘The Voice,’ and as Season 11’s front-runner, it’s more important than ever for Billy Gilman to keep making the right choices. So, would he ever bring back the hit that made him a child star so many years ago? He gave HollywoodLife.com the answer EXCLUSIVELY!
Billy Gilman, 28, was just 12 years old when his song “One Voice” became a top hit on country radio, but now that he’s resurrecting his music career on The Voice, will he bring the track back for the competition!?
“No! “One Voice” is gone!” Billy told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY after the Nov. 21 episode. “I’m grateful for that song, but I don’t think so. Good idea, though!” But if you’re missing hearing the singer perform country music, you’re in luck — because that we might get a taste of.
“You’re going to have to tune in next week! If I make it…” Billy teased. Considering he absolutely nailed his Top 11 performance of Adele’s “All I Ask,” it’s pretty much a no-brainer that he’ll be moving on, and we can’t wait to see him (hopefully) take it back to his roots.
After getting four chairs to turn in the Blind Auditions, Billy chose Adam Levine for his coach, and has been riding this journey out with the Maroon 5 frontman ever since. The guys have proven to be a perfect pair, making incredible song choices for Billy week after week.
One more artist will be eliminated on Nov. 22, along with another on Nov. 29. Nine will be left at that point, and a big cut will be made, sending five singers home in the semifinals. A winner will be named on Dec. 13, and if Billy keeps it up, it could very well be him!
HollywoodLifers, do you think Billy should sing “One Voice” on The Voice?