Zach Seabaugh is the tall, handsome teenage crooner on The Voice. The high schooler from Georgia recently performed Steve Holy’s “Brand New Girlfriend” on the Live Playoffs and added an Elvis pelvis thrust that had the crowd screaming and America voting him through to the Top 12. “It’s a dangerous thing to try to do all that,” said Adam Levine. “But you did it well.”
Seabaugh appears comfortable on The Voice broadcasts. What gets him nervous are smaller crowds. “Being able to see people freaks me out more than being under the stage lights and stuff,” he explained to his hometown newspaper The Mariette Daily Journal right before performing at Taste of Acworth. “But just having the crowd’s reaction back at home is awesome, it’s an awesome feeling.” The Voice airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8pm on NBC.
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