Noah Thompson, the winner of the 2022 American Idol is an American singer born on April 18, 2002, in Huntington, West Virginia, United States.
Thompson appeared in the twentieth season of the reality show singing competition, ‘American Idol.’
The show premiered on February 27, 2022, on the ABC television network and ended on May 22, 2022. It was the 20th season of the show and the fifth season to be premiered on ABC since the series revival.
Recently, Noah was the talk of the town after the singer won the Golden Tickets for American Idol Season 20.
Since the singer is new to many, fans are very eagerly searching to know more about his personal life, family, relationship status, etc. but are you aware of what happened to his parents, especially his mother? If not, check out this article.
More About Noah Thompson
According to Thompson, he believes that he was blessed with the talent he inherited from his parents, Elizabeth Miller and Chris Thompson.
Unfortunately, he couldn’t spend much time with his mother as she passed away a long time ago. He expressed that he grew up seeing his father performing at a small-town rock band and he acknowledges that his father had a substantial influence in building up his singing career.
After the demise of his mother Elizabeth, his father remarried Amy Thompson. His father is an entrepreneur while his stepmom is a homemaker.
The 20-year-old Golden Ticket winner revealed that his father always encouraged him to pursue a great career in music and even taught him his first chords.
He said that it was his father who brought him much closer to music and it was because of him, music became inseparably linked to him. And he even disclosed that it was his father’s dream to create a name for himself in the music industry.
Thompson is not only a singer but also a songwriter, social media influencer, and business owner who is believed to have released his first album, ‘No Road I Can Follow’ which contains around 17 songs.
Born in Huntington, West Virginia, he attended Lawrence County High School in Louisa, Kentucky. And prior to his appearance on the reality show, Thompson was a construction worker and has covered songs on his youtube channel.
Other than these covers, the singer has also made some originals including “Not a Phase”, “Pedestal” and “Heart Painted Black.”
As per the reports, the singer has never intended on being a part of the show, American Idol, until his friend, Arthur signed him up for the audition.
The ‘Not a Phase’ singer is in a romantic relationship with his long-time girlfriend Angel Dixon, with whom the singer has been in a relationship since 2018.
The couple since high school shares a 2-year-old son whose name hasn’t been revealed yet. The couple shares all their valuable moments on their social media platforms and the fans love adoring the cute little family.
Earlier last week, the singer was the talk of the town as he shares adorable pictures with his son, Walker. Fans were eagerly waiting for the baby’s name as it was not revealed in the media for a long time.
On January 09, 2023, Thompson posted the clicks of the father and son duo sharing some of the best moments of their life. He captioned the picture expressing how cute his little one is looking in the photos.
He even didn’t forget to thank the hands behind the camera who made the picture beautiful. The photos were posted with the hashtags #fatherandson, #lovelikenoother, and #littleboy.
As the photo was overflowing with love from the fans, it even caught the attention of his Idol friends including Leah Marlene, Ava Maybee, Olivia Love, and Sage.
The comment section was flooded with love for both the young father and son duo. The singer’s son has lately made his appearance in one of his latest music videos, “Make You Rich,” which was co-written by Jason Nix, Craig Wiseman, and Driver Williams.
Noah has a music group of three including his best friend Arthur Johnson. Although Noah is more concentrated on playback singing, the group performs in various clubs and parties.
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