Austin Giorgio Sang Michael Bublé, Did Some Hip Thrusts and Landed a Spot on #TeamBlake During His Blind Audition on “The Voice”

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In what was one of the more theatrical performances I’ve ever seen on “The Voice,” Austin Giorgio sang Michael Bublé’s “How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You),” and it was something. Though I kind of felt like I was watching a Michael Bublé impersonator on a cruise ship, his performance was undeniably good, and his voice is so similar to Bublé’s.

Blake Shelton turned his chair, as did Kelly and Alicia. After the performance, Adam asked if he was moving around a lot during the performance to which Blake replied, “Oh my god– pelvic thrusting,” which, is true. He also did a lot of other odd moves. Like, a lot.

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Ultimately, Giogio decided to go with Blake Shelton after Blake promised him they could FaceTime Michael Bublé– but the performance is definitely one you’ll want to watch for yourself.