Artist Zae Romeo on Overcoming Adversity & “The Voice”

Welcome Zae Romeo:

We’re joined on the Starline by one of the rare breed of contestants from NBC’s The Voice, the 4 chair turn. From The Woodlands Texas we welcome Zae Romeo.

Zae, let’s go Beyond the Mic. You’re a pop artist, a photographer and at one time you struggled. You have overcome foster care, found your forever home. Yet at one point ran away and now you’re on a media tour and on a national TV show how do you feel now?

You have overcome every piece of adversity that has been sent your way.

Why was auditioning for The Voice the right opportunity for you?

How did it feel working with kids, then quarantine hits then all those young minds that you were integral with are all gone?

First the 4 chair turn then picking Nick. How has your emotions handled this pressure so far?

If you could have 1 wish for the world, what would it be?

Favorite Sunday dinner? That’s how it is in our family too

Favorite art project to teach kids?

What song do you love singing at church?

One thing people don’t know about you?

What’s your dog’s name?

The Wrap:

A Texas superstar who is shining bright during season 20 of NBC’s “The Voice”. He loves teaching kids, has a dog named Bella. We thank Zae Romeo for taking the time to talk with us today.

And that my friends is a Beyond the Mic Short Cut.

Check out Zae’s Blind Audition:

Zae during the Battles:

Check out Zae on Instagram

Or on Twitter

See you in the live shows Zae!

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