‘The Voice’s Jeremy Rosado Posts ‘Idol’ Throwback for 10 Year Challenge
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The Voice Season 21 artist Jeremy Rosado recently participated in the 10 Year Challenge on social media, sharing a recent photo of himself next to one from 10 years ago. The singer themed the post to talent shows, with a shot of him competing on American Idol.
‘The Voice’ Star Jeremy Rosado Posts 10 Year Challenge
Jeremy Rosado posted two photos of himself on Instagram Monday — one in which he performs on American Idol, and the other in which he performs on The Voice. The singer was just 19 when he appeared on Idol, and he’s now 29. Rosado added the hashtag #Blessed to his post.
The singer, who competed on Team Kelly in Season 21, made it to the Top 13 of American Idol Season 11 back in 2012. His performance of “I Know You Won’t” by Carrie Underwood brought judge Jennifer Lopez to tears. “I think he has one of the most beautiful voices I’ve heard in a long time,” Lopez said.
Rosado added several other photos to his post, showing him with the Idol judges compared to his time on Kelly Clarkson’s team. In another comparison, he stands next to host Ryan Seacrest in one image, while posing with his fellow Team Kelly members in another.
Unfortunately, Rosado’s full Idol audition wasn’t televised. However, he delivered several impressive performances during his time on the show, with covers of songs such as “Gravity” by Sara Bareilles.
Rosado’s Journey on ‘The Voice’ Season 21
Rosado auditioned for The Voice Season 21 with an R&B-infused cover of “Here Comes Goodbye” by Rascal Flatts. Both Clarkson and Blake Shelton turned their chairs for his performance. Rosado chose to join Team Kelly. He went on to win both his Battle and his Knockout.
The singer ended up making it to the fourth week of live shows, when he was up for the Instant Save vote and unfortunately ended up being eliminated from the competition. During his time on the show, he covered songs such as “When I Was Your Man” by Bruno Mars and “Because You Loved Me” by Celine Dion.
You can listen to Rosado’s The Voice singles, as well as his 2015 album Heartbeat and his 2020 EP You, on Spotify.