‘The Voice’ Winners Girl Named Tom Announce Tour Guests, Including Bella DeNapoli
The Voice Season 21 winners Girl Named Tom are currently preparing for a new tour, and they’ve announced their supporting acts for the upcoming performances. The names include their fellow Season 21 contestant Bella DeNapoli.
The Voice Winners Girl Named Tom Announce Supporting Acts
Girl Named Tom recently took to Instagram to share the supporting acts for their new tour, which kicks off later this week. One of those acts is Bella DeNapoli, who made it to the Live Playoffs of Season 21 on Ariana Grande’s team.
DeNapoli shared the exciting news on Instagram, writing that she was “crying my eyeballs out because…. I GET TO TOUR WITH MY BEST FRIENDS!!!!!!” She added that it’s “a true honor to share the stage” with the group.
DeNapoli will be appearing with the sibling trio on several dates in April, at venues in Vermont, Connecticut, New York, and more. This isn’t their first time performing together. DeNapoli previously joined Girl Named Tom on two tour dates in New York last year.
Other acts set to take the stage during the group’s tour include Anna Vaus, Marielle Kraft, and Brandon Ratcliff. The siblings will be performing into May of this year. You can buy tickets on their website.
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The Siblings Won Season 21 on Team Kelly
In 2021, Girl Named Tom competed on The Voice on coach Kelly Clarkson’s team. They won over viewers with their amazing harmonies and ended up winning the entire season. The three siblings became the first group act to ever win the show.
Since winning the show, the group has dedicated themselves to performing and recording music. In addition to performing their own shows around the country, the trio also joined a cappella group Pentatonix on a Christmas tour last year.
Girl Named Tom also made their Grand Ole Opry debut last year before releasing a holiday EP called One More Christmas. They also performed during The Voice Season 22 finale.