Lewis Blissett

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Swindon, England
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Swindon, England

English pop singer Lewis Blissett rose to stardom in 2017 as a competitor on the reality competition series “The Voice Kids UK.” Blissett, an Old Town resident, took to singing at a young age. A video of him covering Demi Lovato’s “Stone Cold” was posted by his school on Facebook, and it soon gained popularity. In the third episode of the inaugural season of “The Voice Kids UK,” he made his debut. He then made the decision to join the group led by English singer-songwriter Pixie Lott. Finally, in the semifinals, he was eliminated. He has been posting renditions of several popular songs on YouTube and Instagram ever since. He has also given performances at other occasions.

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Ascent to Notoriety

Lewis Blissett has gained some early notoriety before appearing on “The Voice Kids UK.” He had participated in school plays, and the school’s Facebook page later featured footage of his performances. One such performance, a rendition of “Stone Cold” by Demi Lovato, gained hundreds of thousands of views after becoming viral.

Blissett responded to a 2016 post for applications for open casting calls for the first season of “The Voice Kids UK.” In August 2016, the show’s developers opened up auditions throughout the United Kingdom. They started recording the blind auditions in December 2016.

On June 10, 2017, the program made its debut. On the third episode, which aired on June 24, Blissett made his debut. He got all three of the judges—including Pixie Lott herself—to swivel their chairs around for him as he sang the song “Cry Me Out.” In the end, he decided to turn pro for Lott.

He then made an appearance on the second battle round episode, which aired on July 9. There, he and other competitors Leah D’Cruz and Devon Browne performed Ed Sheeran’s “Thinking Out Loud.” He was selected to move on to the next round over the other two after the performance.
The Motown soul ballad “Who’s Lovin’ You” was performed by Blissett during the semi-final round, which was broadcast on July 15. Even though he and Sophia Burridge received a standing ovation, they were eliminated in favor of Jess Folley, who ultimately won the tournament. Later, Blissett recalled what had happened on stage at the time. At first, he only nodded, but then, upon witnessing Sophia cry, he too broke down.

For his grandma Lorraine to attend, he asked Adam Gregory, the creator of U Support Children’s Charity, to host a performance in his hometown in 2018. She was undergoing chemotherapy at the time to treat her lung cancer. Blissett played at the performance in April 2018 together with a number of his fellow contestants, including Folley, who took home the title this season. The charity received all of the concert’s revenues. They’d held a similar concert in 2017, but Lorraine’s illness prevented her from attending.

Blissett has been active on several social media channels in the past few months. In December 2013, he opened a YouTube account, and in April 2017, he uploaded his debut video. He has been regularly publishing covers of several famous songs since the end of “The Voice Kids UK.” He has covered several songs, including “Love On The Brain” by Rihanna, “No Tears Left to Cry” by Ariana Grande, “Pillow Talk” by Zayn, and the gospel hymn “His Eye Is on the Sparrow” (Blissett recorded the 1993 version from “Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit”), to mention a few. He also frequently updates his Instagram feed with pictures and videos. There are videos of him performing covers and footage of him performing live. A large number of the images are either self-portraits or photos that chronicle his life. He frequently includes images of his friends and family in his posts.

Individual Life of Lewis Blissett

On March 12, 2004, Lewis Blissett was born in Swindon, England. Kelly Newman, his mother, is a vocalist as well. He began singing at the age of four or five and had a natural interest in music from birth. In addition to his mother, he has drawn inspiration from artists like Demi Lovato, Justin Bieber, and Ariana Grande. Singing, Blissett claims, has always been the most significant aspect of his life. Without becoming a singer, he doesn’t know what he would have become.

Ali Sutcliffe, the dean of the expressive and performing arts faculty at Commonweal School and a music teacher, teaches singing to Blissett. Regarding Blissett’s extraordinary talent, Sutcliffe remarks, “You would be surprised when you look at Lewis.” You don’t anticipate the voice that comes out of this small man. It has incredible power. He has the audience spellbound.

The net worth of Lewis Blissett

The estimated net worth of Lewis Blissett is about $1 million.