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Entertainment Cassandra Coleman Impresses ‘Idol’ Judges: ‘You Are A New Voice That The World Has Never Heard’

22:16  22 february  2021
22:16  22 february  2021 Source:   etcanada.com

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Cassandra Coleman was among the singers wowing the "American Idol" judges on Sunday's episode of the hit show.

Coleman, 24, from Columbia, Tennessee, whose music is on the app Smule, belted out "The Way It Was" by the Killers, with Katy Perry, Lionel Richie, and Luke Bryan having nothing but nice things to say.

Perry said, "I didn't like it, I loved it," while Bryan added, "It's so inspiring when it is straight-up God-given. I felt free listening to you sing."

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Richie gushed, "That's about as angelic as it's going to get. I loved it, I thought it was great."

Richie then pushed the singer further outside her comfort zone by asking her on the spot to play something for them on the piano.

She chose Timbaland and One Republic's "Apologize", with Bryan insisting she had a unique voice.

The country crooner said, "You are a new voice that the world has never heard!"

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See Coleman's sweet reaction to learning she'd just nabbed a Golden Ticket to Hollywood in the clip above.

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We’re not far into “American Idol” season 19, but Luke Bryan has already predicted a winner. 15-year-old Casey Bishop impressed judges Katy Perry, Lionel Richie and Bryan as she belted out Mötley Crüe’s “Live Wire” during Sunday’s episode. Bishop continued to show off her killer vocals as she then sang Sarah Vaughan’s “My Funny Valentine”15-year-old Casey Bishop impressed judges Katy Perry, Lionel Richie and Bryan as she belted out Mötley Crüe's "Live Wire" during Sunday's episode.

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