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Isaac wins VIP Audition on “Voice”

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Smithville’s own Josh Isaac has garnered enough votes to clinch a VIP audition for judges of NBC’s “The Voice.”
An online vote to choose the recipient has concluded, and Isaac’s supporters pushed him through to the VIP audition, in which the artist will be allowed to bypass some of the red tape on his way to  performing in front of the show’s judges.
“Basically the pass lets you skip the initial auditions and not wait in the long lines and get to talk to the casting producers,” Isaac told the review recently.
Issac is no stranger to singing competitions, having been singing in public for most of his life.
He has won Mule Town Idol, Columbia Star Search, Shelbyville’s Got Talent, Chattanooga Idol, Tennessee Idol in Nashville, Warren County Idol 2012 and DeKalb Idol 2012. He has also been a contestant on American Idol.
“It’s very stressful but exciting to be this close to my dream,” Isaac said. “I am so grateful for everyone who has voted for me so far. I need everyone’s help to make this happen, but I want the Lord’s plan for me in the end. It’s hard to keep putting yourself out there, but God keeps opening these doors for me, so I keep walking through them.”
Issac appeared during a commercial break of the season five finale of “The Voice” on Dec. 17.
He is currently a student at Motlow University’s McMinnville campus, and is studying to become a teacher.

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