The Voice‘s Ricky Duran was a finalist on season 17. He won fans over with his live performance of “You Are the Best Thing” dedicated to his girlfriend, Alyssa Tosti. His slick performance had fans and coaches on their feet throughout the competition. But where is he now? Is he living his dreams or has his flame burned out? Continue reading to find out.
NBC’s The Voice: Ricky Duran Wows Fans and Judges Alike
Fans are sad Ricky Duran didn’t make it all the way to the end and win season 17. The finale of The Voice ended in December with Jake Hoot taking the win and the $100,000. Just because Jake took the win and the money doesn’t mean Ricky lost out totally. He’s still enjoying his 15-minutes of fame and continues to build on it through social media and by getting out in front of sold-out crowds.
Fans still can’t get enough of Austin resident and The Voice finalist Ricky Duran. While COVID-19 is keeping many people indoors, he offers to hold a live 45-minute concert on Instagram. 95% of fans say they will show up and support the show from their own self-quarantine hold-ups.
Ricky Shares Behind the Scenes from Shows and at Home
Before the lockdown, Ricky was doing shows and selling out the house in Boston. Now Ricky shows up on Insta stories taking in plenty of vitamin C. It looks like he is ready to combat the crud and get back on track with his concerts as soon as possible. While his March 27th show at Hanover Theatre has been postponed, he will be back once everyone gets the all-clear.
He was team Blake on The Voice and continues to show his true gentleman colors that made him such a great fit for the team. Leading by example and taking his vitamins, Ricky is not letting the quarantine get him down.
The Voice: What’s Next for Ricky Duran’s Music Career?
If you can’t get enough of Ricky Duran, you don’t have to worry. Ricky doesn’t plan on giving up on his dreams after coming in second on The Voice. He continues to share his music on Insta while he still hasn’t made his way to popular platforms like Tik Tok.
Once the world is back to normal, you can expert tour dates to see your favorite ex-The Voice performer. Right now he is focusing a lot on performing in his home state of Massachusetts and in Austin, Texas where he lives now. Fans that attend the shows say they are worth the trip even if you aren’t in the area.
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