Tasia Thomas, Now a TV Star, Performs at Good Day LA, with Just One Viral Video on YouTube

The sensational YouTube discovery, Tasia Thomas, is now a TV star with her first appearance on “Good Day LA,” (GDLA) on FOX on January 18, 2013.

Tasia Thomas uploaded on December 26, 2012, just one video of her singing a medley of the Top 10 songs on Billboard 2012. The mash-up included PSY, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Rihanna, among others. The YouTube video went viral with more than 2 million views in less than a month.

Tasia’s record is unprecedented because she got her TV stint just by uploading ONE video. Singers discovered through YouTube had usually several uploaded videos before they performed on TV.

Tasia Ann Thomas
Tasia Thomas

Tasia describes herself as:

“A girl from an island who played in the streets.”

She expressed her elation for her GDLA guesting:

@TasiaAThomas: @GDLA team is making me feel right at home!!! I’m so happy & honored to have them as my first live appearance!

Tasia Ann Thomas. tweet thanks GDLA

The reactions of thousands of viewers to her TV performance were of amazement and admiration.

Tasia Ann Thomas. tweet fan reaction

Tasia Ann Thomas. tweet fan reaction

“I have to say that @TasiaAThomas has an amazing voice!! Check her out live now on GDLA.

@TasiaAThomas saw you on GDLA this morning and you are gorgeous!! You are one beautiful lady! You got the talent, personality and looks.#Yes!

With Tasia Thomas’ first TV appearance, fans are looking forward to her guesting with the internationally acclaimed Ellen DeGeneres Show.

Should Ellen decide to feature another YouTube discovery on her show, she would be making Tasia’s millions of fans all over the globe happy.

She serves as an inspiration to millions of singers out there who have the talent but do not have the resources to pursue their dreams.


Tasia Thomas performing on GDLA

Video credit: myfoxia/YouTube

Congratulations, Tasia Ann Thomas!

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