“It happened again this morning,” said the 16-time Grammy-winning singer-songwriter.

He had gone to see a doctor in Malibu, California, only hours before, and a Filipino named Melinda approached him.

Zyrus recorded seven songs—six covers and an original song called "Amazing", Having seen online videos, Ellen De Generes invited Zyrus to appear on her show.

He flew to the United States for the first time and performed two songs on the December 19, 2007 episode: "I Will Always Love You" and "And I Am Telling You".

The American Idol alum, 26, premiered his latest song, “Up All Night,” on Tuesday, one month ahead of the release of his new Ep, Orion.“‘Up All Night’ came from when I was having a really rough month trying to see how I could make a statement and prove myself and was getting nowhere,” Archuleta shares with People.

The singer retreated into nature for some songwriting inspiration.“A family living in rural Tennessee invited me over to go fishing at their pond.

I’ve always admired him since the first time I heard him.” The tour starts in Tokyo on Oct.

MAIN PURPOSE OF THIS VIDEO IS TO TELL THE CHARICE-DAVID HATERS, THAT THEY ARE ONLY FRIENDS. SO STOP HATING ON CHARICE AND STOP THINKING THAT THEY'RE TOGETHER 'COZ THEY'RE NOT. i think they have the perfect harmony to have a duet. i hope they can be friends forever and they'll be in Glee together. Zyrus announced in June 2017 that he has adopted his current name, discontinued the use of "Charice Pempengco" as his name, and disclosed that he had had both breasts removed and had begun testosterone treatment.In 2005, Zyrus joined Little Big Star, a talent show in the Philippines loosely patterned after American Idol.(He said his energy for touring came rather late, having spent the last 35 years in the cold confines of recording studios.) Asked why Donna Summer and Chaka Khan (two iconic R&B singers who figure prominently in the “Hitman Returns” live CD and DVD) were not on the lineup for Asia, Foster said, “It’s difficult to get these artists to leave home for weeks on the road.” But, he insisted, Bolton, Bailey Watson and Charice Pempengco are no pushovers, either: “I got my big break (as a songwriter) through Earth, Wind & Fire. In fact, he said, he wants to “write and produce more songs for more people.” He’s not called “The Hitman” for nothing.