Danielle Bradbery has performed in front of so many audiences. She took the stage countless times in 2013 during her run on NBC’s “The Voice.” She then opened tours for stars like Brad Paisley, Miranda Lambert, Brett Eldredge and Thomas Rhett.
But as long as we’ve known her, we’ve never seen her perform solo in a bathroom. That is, until now.
In this black and white clip below, posted to YouTube on Feb. 20, Danielle can be seen standing in front of a bathroom mirror, while dressed in pants and a plunging T-shirt. She also keeps her hair pulled back in a tight bun, and accessorizes her look with a bandana head wrap. Within seconds, the 21-year-old singer confidently launches into her empowering new single, “Worth It” in what appears to be a warmup for a performance. She doesn’t rely on any instruments or accompaniment for the song. Instead, she belts it out a cappella while surrounded by tile walls that help amplify her already powerful vocals and provide a pleasing, acoustic sound for the listener.
“’Cause I’m worth it / You’re crazy baby if you think that I don’t know it / I ain’t afraid to walk away if you can’t see it, believe it / And give me the love I’m deserving / ‘Cause I know I’m worth it,” she sings, while incorporating a few finger snaps into her performance to keep the pace.
Afterwards, Danielle picks some of her personal items up off of the bathroom counter and simply walks away.
The dramatic clip has already left so many fans in awe that they couldn’t help but share their own reactions to Danielle’s performance.
“Not many people can sing this raw and honest. Great job. Seriously amazing. I love you,” one fan wrote.
“You should make an entire album a cappella!!!” another person gushed.
A third person added, “My god, I got goosebumps through the entire video. Simply amazing, Danielle.”
As previously noted, Danielle was a contestant season four of “The Voice,” and won show at the tender age of 16. She quickly released her eponymous debut album, which includes her single, “The Heart of Dixie.” She returned to “The Voice” stage last season to perform “Worth It,” which she wrote with Jeff Pardo and Molly Reed. Fans can find “Worth It” on Danielle’s sophomore album, “I Don’t Believe We’ve Met.”