Nepali boy Dibesh Pokhrel wins the heart of millions globally through his soulful voice and unique rendition, is he the winner of American Idol 2020?
Better preferred as Arthur Gunn, Dibesh Pokhrel's life has definitely taken the next mode since his hot debut in the "American Idol" where he stunningly won the heart of every three judges as well millions of viewers worldwide singing classic hits "Have You Ever Seen the Rain" by Creedence Clearwater Revival.
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Having a sight on the singer's personal life, Arthur is a musician currently living at Witchita, Kansas, who was born on the 'Land of Himalayas' - Nepal.
And the Nepali boy surely has won the heart of millions, reaching to the finale and carrying the possibility of out there being the Season 8 winner among remaining six contestants Dillon James, Francisco Martin, Jonny West, Julia Gargano, Just Sam, and Louis Knight.
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Having a re-cap at Gunn's success so far, he sailed the Top 20, singing "Lovin' Machine" and securing a spot in the Top 11. Following in the "Homeward Bound" episode, Gunn took with a John Denver classic "Take Me Home, Country Roads" and once again stunned his followers, urging his fans to vote him into the Top 7, with his irresistible voice.
And while preparing the road for the finale as well a sweet dedication on Mother's Day, Gunn sang "Kiss the Girl" and "Hey, Ma," playing a beautiful harmonic along. It was definitely a show to remember in the period of Corona.
One of his best on the show is also Gunn singing the legendary Bob Marley classic "Is This Love" for his showcase performance. The performance in Hawaii ended up with a standing ovation and lots of hugs and love from his family.
"Music has always been my thing since I was young," Gunn shares on American Idol. "I got my first guitar from my mom, and then I started singing along to any song I heard on the radio or TV." His sisters confirm Gunn's lifelong passion for music. "Since he was two years old, he was interested in music," one sister shared.
Adding on, Dibesh recites back,
My mom used to get him small guitars, so I remember him playing those and just singing random songs. Not even a full song, but he would just pick apart songs and sing while playing the guitar. He has a God-gifted talent. Growing up, not even taking any musical classes, to see where he is today makes me very proud.
Gunn shares the highest possibility of being selected as one of the five finalists to perform for America on Sunday, May 17, finale. And we sure want to see him win, vote Arthur Gunn.