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Tom Ball Hit Perhaps His Highest Note Ever Singing This Bruno Mars Classic
Is there anything this guy can't sing?
Tom Ball took America's Got Talent: All-Stars by storm with his impressive voice and out-of-this-world range. The singer—who first got the world's attention competing on Britain's Got Talent—was a finalist on All-Stars. And while he didn't win, he certainly left an impression on fans.
His covers of songs like "Creep" by Radiohead and Simon & Garfunkel's "The Sound of Silence" showed off his singular, powerful method of singing. Vocally, Ball's a cross between Susan Boyle and Pavarotti when it comes to his ability to hit the highest of high notes while still maintaining so much power.
That balance is on display in a cover Ball posted to his Instagram in February. It sees him singing a mashup of Silk Sonic's "Put on a Smile" and Burt Bacharach's "Walk On By." (Silk Sonic is comprised of Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak, for the unfamiliar.)
During the performance, Ball hits some high notes that even for himself are pretty darn high. Don't believe us? Watch the video, and prepared to be amazed—again!—by what this guy can do.
Recently, Tom Ball posted a sweet tribute to his wife, Hannah, on Instagram.
"Six years ago, I met the love of my life and since then, so much has happened - from the highs to the lows, the victories to the challenges, and everything in between," he wrote alongside a photo carousel. "Through it all, I'm incredibly grateful for every moment we've shared and for the amazing woman who has been by my side. Here's to the past six years and to many more to come,. Love you always, my wife. @hball22".
If we know Ball, we're sure he's expressed his feelings for Hannah via song, as well. As Judge Heidi Klum told him after an AGT: All-Stars performance, "Your ability to express your emotions and what you're feeling while you're singing is so powerful and so incredible. It must be because I see that ring on your finger. I mean, wow, what a performance. You couldn't have done it better."
Something tells us Tom Ball will continue to do better with each performance—and we'll be blown away every time.
America's Got Talent: All-Stars debuted in January 2023 and saw 60 alumni Acts from the Got Talent franchise returning and competing for a new title. In the end, aerialist Aidan Bryant took home the win. Watch the whole season right now on Peacock and NBC.