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Yes, the Season 9 Voice winner is representing Kentucky in ASC, which sees 56 Artists (each repping a U.S. state, territory, or Washington, D.C.) competing head to head in the battle for Best Original Song. Only one Artist will emerge victorious, and it might just be Smith. His original tune "Sparrow" impressed the ASC Jury so much that they automatically advanced him to the show's Semi-Finals. (For the unfamiliar, the Jury is a group of music industry experts, and during the first-round episodes of ASC, they get to automatically send one Artist per episode to the Semi-Finals.)
Of course, it's no surprise Smith was selected. His pipes have been captivating the world ever since The Voice Season 9, which he won thanks to a little help from his Coach, Adam Levine.
In honor of this crossover magic, we decided to look back at some of Smith's best moments on The Voice. Warning: tears-inducing vocals ahead.
His performance of "Somebody to Love" by Queen.
Backed by a full chorus. Levine called it "one of the best things he's ever seen in his entire life."
When he made the Christmas classic "Mary, Did You Know?" even more emotional.
This performance is a holiday miracle.
The sweet tribute he gave to his high school music teacher.
"She's selfless, she's wonderful, she's talented, and she's so kind to give her time and a lot of her own resources to help her students," he said.
His wise words after winning The Voice.
"It's important to not fall back to just, whatever," he said. "You know what's possible now. That's the beauty of a show like this."
And last but not least: His Blind Audition.
Watch here. "Chandelier" by Sia was never the same.
You can watch Jordan Smith compete on ASC this season! The show airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.
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