Superstar Josh Groban Picks This Shy Girl For A Duet, But Everyone Is Stunned By Her Talent
John Groban made a young girl's dreams come true when he pulled her out of a crowd during his concert and asked her to sing a duet. The lucky girl was Maude Daigneault, a young singer from Quebec, who had the honor of singing Groban's hit song, "To Where You Are", with him. Groban has a history of singing duets with fans, and has a knack for disarming his nervous partners with humor, and getting them to really open up on stage. Johsua Winslow Groban started performing in 1998. He originally attended Carnegie Mellon University to pursue drama but left after receiving a recording contract. He went on to perform at the 1999 Grammy Awards with Celine Dion, which landed him TV appearances on "The Rosie O'Donnell Show" and "Ally McBeale".