Michael Bolton Expresses Interest in Appearing on "Hidden Singer 2"
Famous american singer-songwriter Michael Bolton recently stated interest in appearing on JTBC’s “Hidden Singer 2.”
On November 20, the staff planning for Michael Bolton’s performance sometime this December revealed, “Michael Bolton has maintained a sincere interest in ‘Hidden Singer 2.’ He finds the unique formatting of the show fascinating. If opportunity allows, Michael Bolton would like to make a personal appearance on the show himself. To have a global star like Michael Bolton appear on the show is a wonderful surprise for us and as long as the circumstances allow it, nothing is impossible.”
“Hidden Singer 2” is an entertainment show where a famous singer and several participants with similar vocal ability sing behind a curtain, and then have 100 audience members vote in four rounds of elimination who the real singer is.
The artists featured so far in Season 2 have been Im Chang Jung, Shin Seung Hun and Jo Sung Mo.
Michael Bolton is most famous for soft rock ballad hits such as, “When A Man Loves A Woman,” “How Am I Supposed to Live Without You” and “Missing You Now.” He has won multiple American Music Awards and Grammy Awards that attest to his stellar accomplishments as an artist and songwriter.
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