Remember Viral Sensation Greyson Chance? Wait’ll you see him now, at 18!
In 2010, 12-year-old Greyson Chance became an overnight sensation online, when his impressive piano cover of Lady Gaga’s “Paparazzi” went viral.
But where is he now?
Chance returned to “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on Thursday, where we got to see how much he’s grown over the past five years … and how much his voice has dropped!
Sometime during the month of May 2010, you were likely awestruck by Greyson Chance’s incredible cover of Lady Gaga’s “Paparazzi,” which racked up some FIFTY-THREE MILLION YouTube views after he performed it at his sixth-grade talent show. The video has since racked up 55 million views on YouTube and the young prodigy became the first artist signed to Ellen DeGeneres’ recording label, eleveneleven, after he appeared on the show. Since then, he released one studio album and one EP and toured with Cody Simpson and Miranda Cosgrove.
Go through the whole article to watch him perform before he hit puberty and an interview clip with Ellen DeGeneres
Remember that viral video of the kid playing the piano and singing “Paparazzi” by Lady Gaga?
Greyson Chance was a sixth grader when the video went viral in 2010. Today, the video has over 55 million views on YouTube.
- Phoebe Ryan – Ignition / Do You… (R.Kelly / Miguel Cover)
- Zedd’s I Want You To Know ft. Selena Gomez
- LILY’s “Give You The Night”
Well, Ellen recently invited Greyson back on her show, and this is what he looks like now:
Ellen and Greyson chatted about his voice changing.
He also got the chance to perform his new single “Afterlife” on the show.
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