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GUY SEBASTIAN Surprised That His Kids Know 2003 Hit "Angels Brought Me Here"

Karen Jane Ng

Posted at July 14, 2020


Seventeen years and anyone can still sing the lines to Guy Sebastian's uplifting smash "Angels Brought Me Here." But can his kids who were born around ten years after its release date do, too?

"I don't know if they know 'Angels Brought Me Here,'" the Australian singer-songwriter admitted on a MYXclusive interview referring to his sons Hudson, 8, and Archie, 6. "I've never forced them to listen to my song."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Much to Guy's surprise though, the two young Sebastians knew the song, naming it within seconds during an on-the-spot 'Guess Daddy's Song' game!

"It's weird. I remember when Hudson was a baby and I'm always at a show and I brought him out on stage, he was only one-and-a-half," he recalled. "I remember bringing him out and there was a big crowd in front of me. I could tell he was looking at me on stage and he was looking at the audience and he looked at me again (thinking): 'Hang on, they're here for you? But you're just daddy?'"

But Guy said his little boys took it pretty cool when they finally realized his profession. Watch him talk to VJs Ai dela Cruz and Samm Alvero about being both a singer and a father in the interview below, including the emotional stories behind his beautiful, award-winning song "Choir" and his powerful and poignant latest release "Standing With You."

The Australian Idol champion and The Voice Australia coach also expressed his interest in collaborating with the Philippines' Queen of RnB, Kyla! Check out the MYXclusive below.

 

 

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