Judge Is Blown Away By Mom’s Voice, Turns Around To Find Out She​ Was ​Child Star From ‘Curly Sue’

by Anna Halkidis
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Twenty-five years after she starred as Curly Sue in the 1991 film of the same name, Alisan Porter showed off her true passion: singing.

The former 1990s child star auditioned for season 10 of the Voice singing “Blue Bayou.” It didn’t take long for the four judges — Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Pharrell Williams, and Christina Aguilera — to be blown away by her talent (much like the country singer who left them speechless in just a few seconds).

After giving a memorable audition, Porter also explained what brought her to the NBC show at an older age.

“Honestly, I was going through a hard time in life.

And then I actually got sober almost eight years ago,” she said. “I fell in love and I had children and that was my goal to just be a good mom. And I really feel like the universe just had a plan for me because you guys turned for me today.”

As a mom of two kids herself, Aguilera was “moved” by Porter’s words saying, “Nobody works harder than a mom.”

“And just inside of you there’s so much to say, and people need to hear that hope and between your story and those pipes of yours, I want to be a part of your history,” she added.

In the end, Aguilera’s words were enough to make Porter choose her as her coach.

Watch the audition below and please SHARE if you’re blown away by this mom’s talent!

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