This Judge Bows Down When He Sees Who Is Singing On Stage

One incredible singer stood out in a 2011 blind audition for “The Voice Holland,” Charlie Luske blew it out of the water with his powerhouse vocals as he sang, “It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World” by James Brown. Before he could even finish his very first line, every single judge turned around in their chairs to see the person behind the huge voice. In fact, Luske garnered the fastest reaction of the judges in the entire history of the show!

When Luske was twelve years old, his dad encouraged him to take classical singing lessons. Now, Luske is married and has two sons of his own.

The second he finishes his performance, one of the judges even stands up in his seat and bows down to the talented singer. Not only were the judges impressed by this amazing performance, but they also were surprised that Luske was so poised and relaxed. (And it doesn’t hurt that he’s easy on the eyes.)

While he didn’t win “The Voice,” Luske clearly has a God-given gift. His audition went viral with three million views on YouTube.


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