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Kent’s Joseph Apostol makes The Voice final 12

08:59 03 June 2013

Joseph Apostol is appearing on The Voice

Joseph Apostol is appearing on The Voice

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Singer throught to the next round

Medway singer Joseph Apostol has made it through to the live shows on popular BBC reality show The Voice.

The 21-year-old squared off against Medway counterpart Adam Barron in a singing battle on the Saturday show.

MidKent College student Joe Apostol was given a standing ovation by all four judges for his rendition of classic Donny Hathaway track “A Song For You”.

Coach Sir Tom Jones chose Apostol to go through to the final 12 after Barron failed to impress with his version of “Maybe I’m Amazed” by Paul McCartney and Wings.

The live shows begin next week.

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