A nun with a golden voice recently brought down the house on “The Voice Italy,” and even people in the States have started taking notice.
Singing Alicia Key’s hit “No One,” Sister Christina Scuccia brought the audience to its feet early on with her performance. And it was wasn’t just for the rare sight of a nun on “The Voice,” but for hitting the right keys and having an animated stage presence.
All four judges turned their chairs around to see her less than a minute into the song, and they were awestruck with what they saw.
Scuccia even brought rapper J-Ax to tears before all was said and done.
Click the closed captions button on the video player to translate what the judges say to her after her performance is over.
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