Kameron Ross

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Information
Sex Male
Act Singer
Seasons 15
Position Reached Quarterfinalist

Kameron Ross was a singing act from Season 15 of America's Got Talent.  He was eliminated in the Quarterfinals.

Background

Kameron Ross started his country music journey at the age of 8. In 1998, his parents took him to his first concert to see Shania Twain at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. That experience changed his entire life, as he walked away knowing what he was meant to do in life.

He soon began singing at local country music concerts that allowed budding artists the chance to make a name for themselves. In 2006, he put out an album produced by T.G. Sheppard & Kelly Lang called When I'm Done Lovin' You. In 2010, he played at the A Day in the Country music fest in Houston, opening for The Band Perry, Miranda Lambert and many other artists.

Around the same time, he started to become more in tune with who he was as a person as well. Today, Kameron is an openly gay country music singer. He is 100 percent happy being himself, in a loving relationship and still pursuing his country music career, singing anywhere and everywhere he can while staying close with his amazing family!


Season 15 Audition

Kameron Ross's audition in Episode 1507 consisted of first singing Brooks & Dunn's "Red Dirt Road."  Simon Cowell then stopped him midway through the performance and asked him to sing a cappella. He then sang Chris Young’s “If I Stay.” Heidi Klum was not present, but Howie Mandel, Sofia Vergara, and Simon all voted yes, sending him to the next round.

Judge Cuts

Kameron Ross automatically advanced to the Quarterfinals without performing in Episode 1508.

Quarterfinals

Kameron Ross' Quarterfinals performance in Episode 1511 consisted of singing a country arrangement of Lady Gaga's "Million Reasons". Kameron did not receive enough votes to advance to the Semifinals in Episode 1512, eliminating him from the competition along with BONAVEGA instead of Voices of Our City Choir.

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