Video: "The Voice" contestant Adley Stump starts web-based reality series "Get Stumped" spreading kindness
Tulsa native, Nashville recording artist and former member of Team Blake on Season 2 of NBC’s “The Voice,” Adley Stump, has taken her unbridled enthusiasm and passion for making people feel good to her unique and exciting new project “Get Stumped!”
“Get Stumped!” is the Oklahoma State University graduate’s new web-based reality series.
In the show, she practices “Stumping,” or humorous random acts of kindness that, up until now, have been performed on strangers, but now are being taken straight to her biggest fans.
Stump is asking for fans to write in, to tell her their story. She wants to know:
How would you like to be “Stumped” by Adley?
What is your biggest dream?
Is someone in your life struggling and needs a leg up? (or is it you…?)
Is a loved one sick and a “dream day” could make their life just a little bit easier?
What is it that thing that could take your life to where you wished it was?
And how can she help?
Fans are being asked to write to Stump for a chance at being “Stumped” in the show. Stories and submissions can be sent to GetStumpedShow@Gmail.com
For more information on “Get Stumped,” go to www.adleystump.com.
Like many country music fans, I was utterly charmed by the sassy blonde’s big voice and winning personality on “The Voice” and very disappointed when Shelton decided to send her home in the very first battle round. It’s great to see her up to something good:
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