Dez Duron from Shreveport, Louisiana made an appearance on The Voice last night (Sept. 24) for an audition. He did a great job performing the song "Sara Smile" which was recorded first by Hall & Oates.

Although his first appearance on the show wasn't successful, he came through with flying colors last night. While all three judges wanted the young singer, Christina Aguilera got him.

There is a very good chance that Dez Duron will go far in the music business. He has talent, charm, charisma and the studio audience loved him.

"The Voice" judge Blake Shelton jokingly tweeted about Duron following his performance.

Duron started performing at age 11 with his brother and sister in a Christian band called Duron. While attending Evangal High School he performed in all of the school musicals, played in the school band and church band. He went after any reason he could find to sing.

"Music has always been my first love," Duron writes on his Facebook page. "Singing is all I've ever wanted to do with my life since I can remember. I'm honored to be able to share my music with you. I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as I enjoy making it."

Watch Dez Duron perform "Sara Smile"

Watch Dez Duron inverview after the audition.

Watch Hall & Oates perform "Sara Smile".