Rachel Mac could solely be 16, however her followers consider she’s acquired what it takes to win this season of “The Voice”.
Mac, who hails from Romeo, Michigan, has, in the phrases of Blake Shelton, improved every week and secured a reputation for herself in the music trade.
Here’s what you’ll want to know:
She Is the Only Female Left in the Competition
Speaking to MLive recently, Mac shared, “The undeniable fact that I’m the solely feminine left in the competitors and the solely minor, however particularly the solely feminine, it acquired me pondering what number of unbelievable females there have been this whole season..That I’m the final feminine standing simply baffles me.”
The “Team Nick” singer sang “Let Him Fly” by Patty Griffin for her first audition.
After her first efficiency, Nick mentioned that he knew she was a theater singer, and so they may work effectively collectively as a result of he began out in theater, too.
She additionally shared that her father was the one who impressed her to pursue singing, in the first place.
Her Parents Divorced When She Was 4
“My dad and mom acquired divorced after I was 4. My relationship with my mother is nice, however my dad raised three ladies. In fifth grade, my dad acquired re-married. They had been married for about two years and someday we got here dwelling and the home was fully empty. She took the whole lot and left. I like my dad and it wasn’t straightforward to see him get harm like that.”
In mid-May, Mac spoke to reporters in a Zoom junket about her battle with melancholy, per Parade, stating, “So many individuals take care of it, however but, you are thought of daring should you discuss it,” Rachel mentioned. “Being a young person and realizing that so many individuals battle by way of that and I’ve witnessed folks go downhill and I’ve gone downhill myself, I believe it’s so necessary to know as a result of nobody talks about it. I’ve overcome it and I believe it is also necessary for folks to know that it’s not that means endlessly. You can get assist.”
Speaking on the topic of coping with her psychological well being amid the coronavirus pandemic, she added, “COVID is not going to final endlessly, which is an effective factor, however take time for your self as a result of the outdoors world can actually get to you, so simply be with your self and pray or meditate or no matter you do, focus on you.”
Mac says that irrespective of how the competitors pans out, she seems ahead too having some free time and placing music on the market.
“It’s going to be enjoyable,” she said. “I’m excited to look at all the different artists as a result of, clearly, we love the show, we love the coaches, however it’s a competitors setting and it is rush, rush, rush. It is totally different than how our music goes to be afterward. I believe you are going to see us have a whole lot of enjoyable. We’re all actually excited to place our music on the market.”
The finale of “The Voice” will air Tuesday, May 25, at 8 p.m. Eastern time and Pacific time.