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Phil Schaller

Phil Schaller is 13-year-old who reached the finals on The Voice Germany in 2020. His performances included "Broken Vow" by LaraFabian, "Hallelujah" by Leanard Cohen, and "Angel" by Sarah McLaughlan among others. Together with his "The Voice" colleagues Benedikta, Lenchen and Miguel, Phil has teamed up to form the Schlager Kids at the request of the record company giant Universal Music

Max Atzmon

Max Atzmon is 12-year-old who was one of the top four finalists on The Voice Belgium (Vlaaderen) in 2020. His performances included "Shallow" by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, "Scars to Your Beautiful" by Alessia Clara, and "We Found Love" by Rhianna and Calvin Harris among others.

Callum Scott

Calum Scott is a British singer and songwriter. He became world renown in 2015 after competing on Britain's Got Talent when he was 27 years of age. His redition of "Dancing on My Own" by Robyn earned him a golden buzzer and went on to perform "We Don't Have to Take Our Clothes Off" by Jermaine Stewart in the semi-finals and "Diamonds" by Rihanna to place sixth overall. Calum later signed with Capitol and released his debut single You Are the Reason in 2017. His debut album Only Human followed the next year and reached number 4 on the UK Albums Chart. Calum also collaborated with fellow Idol alumni Leona Lewis to release a duet version of the multiplatinum single You Are the Reason, eventually selling over fice million copies and streaming over one billion times worldwide.

Jamie Miller

Jamie Miller is a Welsh musician. At 19-years-old, he was featured on The Voice UK in 2017 where he came in third place. Since the voice, he relocated to Los Angeles, CA and signed a deal with Atlantic Records and is currently working on his debut album. Meanwhile, he has written and released original songs ("The City That Never Sleeps", "Onto Something", "Hold You 'Til We're Old" and "Here's Your Perfect") and co-wrote Paloma Faith's song "Loyal".

Sam Wilkinson

Sam Wilkinson at age 13 was the winner of The Voice Kids UK. For his original blind audition, Sam performed Like a Rolling Stone by Bob Dylan and included a harmonica solo during his performance. During the finals he performed a cover of 'Hey Jude' with coach Danny Jones and his original song 'Everything’s Alright'. Sam wrote the song to express his experience of losing his mother to leukemia 15 months prior. Other songs he performed throughout the season included 'Under Pressure' by Queen & David Bowie, and 'Father and Son' by Cat Stevens.

Ronan Parke

Ronan Parke is an English singer from Poringland, Norfolk, UK who came runner-up when he was 13-years-old in the fifth series of Britain's Got Talent in 2011. He performed "Feeling Good" for his audition, "Make You Feel My Love" by Bob Dylan in the semi-finals, and "Because of You" by Kelly Clarkson. Since appearing on the show, he had signed a joint record deal with Sony Music and released a charted self-titled debut album Ronan Parke on October 2011. His most recent album was released November 2018 titled Found My Way.

Isaac Waddington

Isaac Waddington is an English singer and pianist who came in fifth place on Britain's Got Talent in 2015 when he was 15-years-old. His performances included cover of 'She's Always a Woman' by Billy Joel and a rendition of Bonnie Raitt's song, 'I Can't Make You Love Me.' Since the show, Isaac released his debut single, 'Nothing's Changed', in February 2018. In 2019, he released one song a week for five weeks, beginning with the song 'Make It Better'. In September 2020, he released a new EP, 'Dirty Mile', named after the titular track.

Justin Degryse

Justin Degryse is a 15-year-old Belgian singer who won The Voice Kids Belgium in 2020. He auditioned with 'Lovely”' by Billie Eilish and Khalid. Other songs include 'How Do You Sleep' by Sam Smith, 'Fades Away' by Avicci, and 'Bellyache' by Billy Ellish. Justin continues to post covers on his YouTube channel. So far, he’s performed 'No Time to Die' by Billie Eilish and 'Heather' by Conan Gray.

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