Thursday, August 27, 2015

Watch Matthew Schuler's latest dominating performance on 'The Voice'

The 20-year-old Yardley native cements his front runner status

Watch Matthew Schuler's latest dominating performance on ‘The Voice’

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Matthew Schuler performs of "The Voice."
Matthew Schuler performs of "The Voice."

OK, Matthew Schuler is a 20-year-old rugby playing sophomore at West Chester University. So where does the crazy star power come from?

Schuler lit it up again on The Voice last night. His volcanic performance last week of “Hallelujah” established him as the front runner, and his sensitive, perfectly modulated rendition of Labrinth’s “See Beneath Your Beautiful” last night (video below) left the other 9 singers even further in his dust.

And in case you were wondering, ladies, he’s single! Schuler allowed from the stage that singing this made him think of his future wife, wherever she may be.

Afterwards, judge Adam Levine responded, “Finding that future wife? Not going to be a problem for you, man. You're a great singer. If only you weren't handsome and charismatic and an amazing performer …"

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