Glee star Lea Michele has sung a duet of Defying Gravity with a drag queen Ada Vox who is now competing at the American Idol. Vox joined Michele to sing a touching duet of the song Defying Gravity from the famous musical Wicked, as part of the ‘celebrity duets’ semi-final, and even though the song was vocally complicated, Vox coped with it perfectly. Judges Katy Perry, Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie looked amazed during the performance, with Richie muttering “so good, so good”, praising Vox’s ability to cope with high notes. Actress and performer Michele agreed that she had a collab with a new2born star and called Ada uncontrollably talented. This is Vox’s second attempt at American Idol, after first auditioning for the show in 2013 as his non-drag self, Adam Sanders. Sanders had competed in the 12th cycle of the reality singing contest as a man, but despite nailing his first audition and making it to the top 50, he failed to make it through to the live shows, but his drag alter-ego seems to be much more successful.