Hunky ‘Voice’ Contestant Drives The Ladies Wild With Swoon-Worthy Kenny Loggins Cover

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21-year-old Dylan Hartigan really knows how to make a first impression. While auditioning for The Voice, the hunky singer had people on social media going wild not only for his good looks, but also because of his awesome voice.

Hartigan confidently walked on stage and sang “Danny’s Song” while showing off his incredible stage presence. He walked around the stage, pointing at different audience members and we can only imagine that they just melted in their seats!

“Danny’s Song” was written by Kenny Loggins as a gift for his brother, Danny, after his first son was born. It was first recorded by the band Gator Creek in 1971, but appeared on his pop-rock duo Loggins and Messina’s debut album, Sittin’ In, one year later.

Country singer Anne Murray released her version of the song in 1972 and it reached the top ten on three major Billboard charts – pop, country, and easy listening. Her rendition earned her a Grammy Award nomination for Best Female Pop Vocal performance in 1974.

Even though this song is well-known, Hartigan sang it as though it was his original song, bringing unique elements to his performance. All the coaches seemed to enjoy his audition, but one coach loved it enough to turn for him. Kelly Clarkson was the sole coach who pressed her button, and it seems like they are a great fit already!

After he sang his last note, he yelled, “Kelly!” in excitement of joining her team.

The coaches then asked him a few questions about himself. The 21-year-old did reveal that he started out acting and picked up singing after he went through puberty. That made us wonder if we’ve ever seen him in anything – and we have! He played Nicole Kidman’s son, Pete, in the 2004 filmThe Stepford Wives.

Congratulations, Dylan, on a successful audition! Follow along on his Voice journey in the coming weeks by tuning in on Mondays and Tuesdays at 8/7c!

Watch Hartigan’s Blind Audition below.