Josh Groban Invites Fan Maude Daigneault to Duet with Him and She Stuns the Audience

In 2011, a lucky fan named Maude Daigneault got the opportunity of a lifetime when Josh Groban invited her to perform a duet with him during one of his concerts. The Quebec-based singer was thrilled to share the stage with the famous artist, and when Groban asked her what song she wanted to sing, she chose “To Where You Are.”

Their duet was a memorable moment that left the audience in awe. Maude’s performance impressed everyone, and even Groban couldn’t resist giving her the spotlight for a little while longer. The video of their duet went viral, showcasing the kind of magic that can happen during live musical performances.

For Maude, this experience was a dream come true. She reflected on it in a Facebook post back in 2019 and continued to cherish it even a decade later. In July 2021, she celebrated the 10th anniversary of her duet with Groban by uploading a new version of “To Where You Are” on YouTube.

It’s clear that Maude’s performance with Groban was a turning point in her musical journey. She will always hold that song close to her heart, and it’s inspiring to see how one spontaneous moment can have such a significant impact on someone’s life. This duet is a testament to the power of music and the magic that can happen when artists and fans come together on stage.

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