Luckily for Leah McFall will.i.am has changed his approach in supporting his acts from The Voice, as he is taking the lucky runner up to support him on his world wide willpower tour.
The 24-year-old singer's dream came true as she performed alongside mentor will.i.am on the first UK night of his world tour in Manchester on Tuesday.
Leah was wearing a hollographic silver dress over a white long-sleeved shirt with black and white platformed shoes.
Grammy award-winning will.i.am was kitted out in his usual futuristic edgy attire of black harem pants, black shirt with a leather trim and collar and a Boy George style fedora.
Will.i.am is one of the world's biggest selling artists. He's sold 33 million albums and won seven Grammy awards. The 38-year-old singer revealed to BBC Breakfast on Tuesday he is changing his approach when it comes to The Voice.
The Scream And Shout singer said he has changed his approach to helping out artists, so he doesn't get involved in the 'politics' of The Voice:
'The first year I learned doing the Voice, I learned difficulties working around the politics, in the second season I learned how to execute and how to adopt the artists I have promised to fight for off the show.'
The 38-year-old fashion designer and philanthropist defended just how loyal he is to his artists:
'When I said I am going to fight I really mean that, I can't promise I am going to give my all and when the shows over and I don't'
The Pump It singer admitted that the 'corporate web' and 'politics' of the show prevented him from working with Tyler James in the same way he has been able to work with Leah.
Leah has already shot three music videos with her mentor, who flew her out to New York immediately after the show to start making music.
Leah, 24, couldn't be more excited about joining Will on tour: 'Proud of @iamwill for his first AMAZING show on #willpowertour !! It's an honor to be supporting ! Thank you Paris for so much love.'
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