Buffalo Native Cami Clune Turns ALL FOUR Chairs On The Voice [WATCH]
You may have heard the news on Monday of Buffalo native Cami Clune competing during the blind auditions of NBC's The Voice.
Cami, 20, has been singing around Western New York the last few years, even singing the National Anthem before Bills, Sabres and Bandits games, and she was able to live out a dream this week.
Her blind audition debuted on Tuesday night and to say it went well would be an understatement.
Cami was able to turn ALL four chairs! That's right, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, John Legend and Kely Clarkson all turned their chairs after hearing Cami sing Bon Iver's "Skinny Love."
You can watch the video below.
Cami was praised by the judges, particularly Legend and Clarkson. Cami ultimately picked Legend's team.
Cami's home suburb is Amherst and is the founder of the charity Backyard Broadway. She also was also the lead actress in a short movie called Blink of an Eye, which was shot here in Buffalo.
Here's to hoping Cami goes the distance in The Voice. All of Buffalo and Western New York is behind her!