Danielle Bradbery Has Her Sights Set on a Childhood Dream
Danielle Bradbery is the reigning champion of 'The Voice,' having won Season 4 under Blake Shelton's tutelage. Since then, the singer, 17, has moved quickly, releasing her first single 'The Heart of Dixie' and embarking on a country career, with her self-titled debut landing on Nov. 25.
While those are enough high points to last a lifetime, there's something else on Bradbery's bucket list, and it's a childhood dream the pretty blonde singer is desperate to fulfill.
She wants to perform at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo."I’ve always went to the Houston Rodeo," Bradbery shares (quote via Big Machine).
But she didn't just attend the festivities and enjoy things. Bradbery harbored a secret fantasy about the event.
"I’ve always tried to picture myself rolling up in the car and everyone screaming and just coming out and putting on this amazing concert," she admits with a chuckle. "Especially [since] it would be in my hometown, so the Houston Rodeo is definitely my number one that I would love to perform at."
Something tells us with her track record so far, Danielle Bradbery will be turning that specific childhood dream into a reality sooner rather than later.