Philly-area natives are killing it on this year's blind auditions for NBC's "The Voice." First it was Levittown's Matthew Schuler. Now another local Matt is turning chairs.
Phoenixville's Matt Cermanski turned the chairs of Cee-Lo, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine on last night's episode after singing "Have a Little Faith in Me." Cermanski, a current student at Montgomery County Community College who also has an album on iTunes, auditioned last year with Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream," but turned no chairs because, as Levine said, it was weird.
Cermanski, who already has quite the following on Twitter, eventually went with Team Adam, who said they were meant for each other.
Last night was the final round of auditions so teams are set. Which Matthew are you rooting for?
Watch Cermanski do his thing below: