Jeremiah Miller “The Voice” Audition Video – Watch “Slow Hands” Performance

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Jeremiah Miller The Voice Audition Video

By Shari Weiss |

Jeremiah Miller The Voice Audition Video


Jeremiah Miller covered Niall Horan on Tuesday’s “The Voice,” the last night of Blind Auditions for season 13. Watch the video below!

Miller revealed he was a high school wrestler, but surprised many by also singing the National Anthem at matches. He’s played in a “couple different boy bands,” which makes his choice to sing a song by a One Directioner logical. Having just graduated, he said, “There’s so many roads I could go. This is my one true passion. College is on hold. So if this becomes a reality, it will shape my future.” He added, “I know the teams are close to full, so I’m going to perform like there’s only one spot left.”

As Miller performed “Slow Hands,” Adam Levine was the first to hit his button and Jennifer Hudson later followed his lead. Blake Shelton’s team was already complete and Miley Cyrus was holding out for a female singer. Still, the pop star told him, “I’m excited to see what the coaches do with your voice.” Hudson was the first to make a pitch, pointing out, “I hope you know I just left ‘The Voice UK’ and I won.” Countered Levine, “That is adorable. I have won ‘The Voice USA’ many times. And we are in America.”

He went on to say that he “really liked” Miller’s “raw qualities,” and wanted to take him from “good” to “great.” Hudson already saw the contestant as the “full package” and called him a future “star.” And when the teen said he just wants to “give God the glory,” Cyrus observed that it was a statement that sounded “like it came out of Jennifer’s mouth.” Indeed, Hudson said they are very “faithful here at J-Hud Productions,” and that seemed to seal the deal for him.

Miller closed out Hudson’s team, and the superstar remarked afterward, “He has the potential to stand with a Nick Jonas, a Justin Bieber. I’ve been waiting for someone like that.” Check out the video below!

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