Thursday, March 2, 2023

Taking her ‘turn’

Former Canton Township resident to compete on ‘The Voice’

Grace Rembinski West
Viewers of The Voice may hear a familiar voice during the competition this year.

Former Canton Township resident and 2021 Plymouth High School graduate Grace Rembinski West, 19, will be a contestant this season of the show which begins March 6.

West revealed her participation in the show on social media last month. “This has to be the hardest secret I've ever kept,” she posted. “I'm SO EXCITED TO TELL Y'ALL I auditioned for @NBC Thevoice.  

In a follow-up post on Feb. 21, the aspiring entertainer suggested readers guess the number of chairs that turn or which celebrity judge's team she joined. She urged her followers to post their guesses on her Facebook site.

The Voice season winner receives a $100,000 prize and a record deal with Universal Music Group.  West had to survive numerous auditions to appear on the show where she will perform for judges Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, Niall Horan and Chance the Rapper.

West signed a contract with Mucho Love Music before her high school graduation. She and her parents, Daryl and Jill Rembinski, moved to Nashville in 2021, to pursue her singing career.

She is singing professionally in Nashville and said she has high hopes for her performance on The Voice.