Jackie Foster, the Poway High School graduate competing on the current season of NBC’s “The Voice,” has made the top eight in her run to become the show’s next star.
Foster, who has been singing since she was 8 years old, made it past the last round of eliminations to become part of Season 14’s “Elite 8.”
“I couldn’t be more thrilled, excited to be on such an amazing platform that supports artists, supports musicians, supports what we wanna do,” Foster said. “I’m in the semi-finals right now, and that to me is mind-blowing.”
On Monday, the “Team Alicia” singer will perform a medley of “Imagine Dragons” songs with her competitor from “Team Adam,” Rayshun LaMarr. The episode airs at 8 p.m. on NBC 7.
Foster, 22, graduated from Poway High School and accepted a full-ride scholarship to study at the Berklee College of Music in Boston.
“I love music. I always wanted to do it. But you grow up with these big dreams and you always hope that you will accomplish them but you never know if they will happen,” Foster told NBC 7 during a visit in March.
Kaminski’s and friends are urging people to vote for Foster to show support for the Poway and greater San Diego community.
Photo Credit: Steve Abruzzo
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Source: NBC San Diego