Lansing's 'singing cashier' auditioned for 'The Voice' last night and made it through

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PHOTO VIA LUCAS HOLLIDAY'S FACEBOOK PAGE
  • photo via Lucas Holliday's Facebook page
It seems Lucas Holliday is in for a second round of his 15 minutes of fame. Last year, the Dollar General cashier was the star of a viral video after a customer posted a clip of him singing Maxwell's "Ascension" while ringing up her items.

Holliday was able to clinch a couple gigs singing at weddings, and even performed on stage with Maxwell during his Detroit show, but wasn't able to ascend the ranks of the music biz — he's still a dollar store cashier.
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But, last night, on the season premier of the NBC singing competition The Voice, Holliday auctioned for judges Adam Levine, Miley Cyrus, Jennifer Hudson, and Blake Shelton.



Hudson, a first-time judge on the show, turned for Holliday and the singer will move into the next round under her tutelage. Watch him sing Kate Bush's "This Woman's Work" below.




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