A relaxing homecoming for The Voice’s Chamuel
UNDATED (WHDH) -- The Voice’s Michelle Chamuel had a happy homecoming as her Amherst home was packed with friends and family who influenced her.
“I played violin myself, so I taught her violin and that got her into music instantly,” said Chamuel’s father, Jacques Chamuel.
And her roommates knew all along she had what it takes.
“I can remember her singing the same section of a song over and over, for hours until she got it right,” said one of her roommates, Nathan Perron.
And Chamuel said her friends have been so supportive.
“Oh yeah, they’re super patient. And every roommate that I’ve had to date has been very kind with that and they’re no exception. They’re so supportive,” said Chamuel.
After home, it was off to the Woodstar Café in Northampton where she works, where dozens of fans welcomed her.
Inside, Chamuel was given a gluten-free cake for getting this far. She said being home is a blessing.
“It’s great to take a breath of air and be home with the people that, you know, helped me become who I am,” she said.