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Tom Ball Covered Adele's 'Skyfall'—And His Vocal Runs Are Out of This World
Can you imagine if these two did a duet together?
Fans fell in love with AGT: All-Stars finalist Tom Ball thanks to his incredible voice. The singer blessed the competition show with so many memorable performances, including a take on Radiohead's "Creep" and Simon & Garfunkel's "The Sound of Silence."
A deep dive into his Instagram account reveals even more songs the Britain's Got Talent alum has slayed. There's the time he did this gorgeous mashup of Silk Sonic's "Put on a Smile" and Burt Bacharach's "Walk On By," plus reminders of all his iconic BGT performances. Remember when he hit arguably his longest note ever singing Sam Smith's "Writing's on the Wall?" Yeah, us too.
Now, prepared to be astounded (again) by Tom Ball's take on a classic Adele song: "Skyfall," from the 2012 James Bond film of the same name. If you thought Adele's version was mind-blowing, just wait until you hear Ball's take. How he manages to outdo himself time and time again with these vocal runs will never cease to amaze fans.
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When Tom Ball performed on AGT: All-Stars this winter, the Judges knew he was something special.
"Tom, I'm actually angry about something," Simon Cowell said after Ball's initial All-Stars performance. "I wish this was the first time I'd ever heard Tom, in a weird way. You're like Susan Boyle's grandson because what you do is not what we expect. For me, this is the best performance I've seen all series."
Meanwhile, Howie Mandel noted, "You're only 24 years old and Simon & Garfunkel are a lot older than that. But you do it so right. You're really amazing." And he later said about Ball, "You surprised. We gave you a Golden Buzzer as a group. We said, 'This guy's worthy of the Finals.' I think you rose up nine levels. You brought the audience to their feet twice. You're really amazing."
However, Heidi Klum arguably gave Ball the sweetest compliment, as it pertained to his wife, Hannah. "I mean, your ability to express your emotions and what you're feeling while you're singing is so powerful and so incredible. And it must be because I see that ring on your finger. I mean, wow, what a performance," she said. "You couldn't have done it better."