Danielle Bradbery seems to have quite a bit to be thrilled about right now. Earlier this week, she performed to over 15 million people on the season finale of “The Voice,” and she also helped to make Blake Shelton a three-time champion on his birthday. (No other coach has won more than once, and the only other coach with a victory under their belt at all is Adam Levine.)
So where can she really go in order to cap off this crazy week? Apparently, the only fitting way to go to an even bigger venue is by heading out to New York City, and stopping by “The Today Show” for an interview all about her time on the show, and how she is looking forward to her future. One topic that of course came up? How she used to suffer from a somewhat-crippling case of stage fright:
“Yeah. I would be singing in my room, singing to my wall basically. Sometimes, I remember Thanksgiving, I would have to slide under the table because I didn’t want anyone looking at me … I got the courage to go and do somebody.”
Also, Hunter Hayes (who she performed with earlier this week), also came out and shared some rather nice advice for her that he certainly did not have to do:
“Enjoy every minute of it. It’s a fast-paced thing, but it’s a beautiful thing. The music is wonderful to be a part of. Do your thing. Make sure it’s your own music; it’s your fingerprint, your soul, your heart.”
Do you want to check out some more scoop when it comes to Danielle’s future (when it comes to making an album and doing something different), all you want to do is head on over to the link here.