How Alessia Cara Took Over 'The Voice'! All Set To Start Tour From July

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How Alessia Cara Took Over 'The Voice'! All Set To Start Tour From July

Amazing singer and performer Alessia Cara sang her latest song “Stay” taking over the stage of The Voice on the season 12 finale on May 22, 2017.

Amazing vocal of Alessia was paired with incredible DJ skills of Zedd and the collaboration of musical duo for 'Stay" was a treat for the music lovers. Moreover, she gave her second performance in the song “Scars to Your Beautiful” with the finalist Aliyah Moulden.

Caption: Performance by Alessia Cara and DJ Zedd in the song "Stay" on The Voice in May 2017.

Incredible performer Alessia is all set to start her tour from July, and her ardent fans can not wait any longer to witness her performances.Her upcoming performance will be on July 2, 2017, on Sunday in The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor in Windsor, Ontario.

Similarly, on July 5, 2017, Wednesday, she will be performing in Chicago, Illinois in Taste of Chicago Petrillo Music Shell followed by a performance on July 21, 2017, Friday where she is performing at The Grand Theater in Mashantucket, Connecticut.

Wondering if the famous singer has a romantic life or not?

In an interview with ET, on ET Canadian Awards she mentioned about her musician boyfriend Kevin Garrett.

Also, back in 2015, in an interview, she mentioned about the boyfriend she had while talking about dating and said,

"Not really. I’ve had a boyfriend, but we met in school, so we haven’t had that typical date thing. I’ve never had an "Oh would you like to go out," so this is literally my first date! Thank you for taking me on my first date."

On being asked if she is worried about being a pop star hampering her romance as it's hard to meet people, she replied as,

"At the moment not so much because people don’t really know who I am. They’re not chasing after my fame. Maybe in the future, it could be a scary thing. I think it would be best to date someone you knew before, so you know they’re loyal, or someone who is as big as you, because then they’re not looking for anything."

Speaking of her parents, she was raised by a single mother since she lost her father to cancer when she was just a month old. Music found Alessia when she was at high school, and her mother enrolled her in vocal classes.She is an Italian decedent, so her ethnicity is Italian.

The news of Alessia's tour has overwhelmed her fans, and her performance in The Voice have added many new fans to her fan list.

So book your tickets faster and ensure a place in her upcoming concerts!

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