The Voice’s Judith Hill Gets Support From Michael Jackson’s Daughter Paris
Judith Hill wowed viewers when she took The Voice stage during the Season 4 premiere with Christina Aguilera's "What a Girl Wants" — but it wasn't the first time her vocal prowess touched hearts across the nation. In 2009, Judith had the privilege of singing "Heal the World" at Michael Jackson's televised memorial service, leaving a lasting effect on Michael's daughter Paris, who was just 11 years old at the time.
Now, Paris is all grown up and supporting Judith Hill as she fights for the win on NBC's hit music competition.
"#teamjudith #omg," the 14-year-old aspiring actress wrote on Twitter as Judith successfully turned all four chairs during her blind audition. She also tweeted directly at the Team Adam contestant, saying "@Judith_Hill you go girl."
In addition to singing at the King of Pop's service, Judith was an integral part of his This Is It tour, joining him on the popular duet "I Just Can't Stop Loving You." Judith never had the opportunity to sing live with Michael, as the tour was canceled due to his sudden passing — however, the two can seen rehearsing together in Kenny Ortega's This Is It documentary film.
Judith is a clear front runner this season, and with the support of music's most iconic family, we have no doubt she'll take coach Adam all the way.