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Kim Cruse (Maybe) Just Teased a Tour Following Her Time on The Voice
We're getting tickets, if so!
Kim Cruse started her run on The Voice Season 22 with a bang when she earned a coveted Four-Chair Turn with her Blind Audition. The Texan's cover of Daniel Caesar's "Best Part" garnered high praise from each Coach as they fought to work with her, but she ultimately chose #TeamLegend.
It was only up from there for Cruse, whose melodic arrangements and soulful vocals filled the room with every performance, including her "masterful" Knockout Round that left Camila Cabello "starstruck." However, after fans voted for her to receive the Instant Save in the Top 10, the next week she found herself in the Bottom 4 again and was eliminated in the Top 8.
"Although my run on the show is over, I couldn’t be happier!" she said in an Instagram caption of a photo with Legend. "Prayerfully my goal of inspiring little girls & women like me has been met. I can’t wait to see what God does next! To my coach. @johnlegend, THANK YOU! You’ve encouraged, inspired, and pushed me to be a better artist in every way! Thank you guys for every vote, share, comment, and follow! Buckle up! We’re still crusing ❤️✨"
So what is Cruse doing now? Find out more, below.
What is Kim Cruse doing now after The Voice Season 22?
If a December 10 Instagram post is anything to go by, we may be getting new music from Cruse (and maybe even a tour) sooner than we think. "I can’t wait to travel and meet you all face to face! Drop your city and state below," she captioned a video.
She also seems to be gearing up for the holiday season, as she posted a throwback clip of her singing the much-covered gospel track, "Mary, Did You Know?," originally released by Michael English in 1991. So, could there be some Christmas music on the horizon? We'll just have to wait and see.
The Voice Season 23 premieres on March 6, 2023. Until then, watch previous episodes of the show on Peacock and NBC now.