Here at JoshKrajcik.us, we scour the web to find and bring you all the best Josh Krajcik related content. Since last night’s Final 11 performance, a lot of online reviews have been written. Lots has been said about what a great performance Josh delivered last night. We all agree he pretty much hit Joe Cocker out of the park! One thing we didn’t see mentioned in any of the online articles was Josh’s use of American Sign Language last night after the judges comments. Here, check it out. We pulled this images from the recording of last night show.
Josh shared his amazing voice with the world and then let his fingers do the talking by fingerspelling the words VOTE JOSH to his fans across the globe. According to lifeprint.com:
Fingerspelling is the process of spelling out words by using signs that correspond to the letters of the word. An ASL user would use the American Fingerspelled Alphabet, (also called the American Manual Alphabet). There are many different manual alphabets throughout the world.
The American Fingerspelled Alphabet consists of 22 handshapes that–when held in certain positions and/or are produced with certain movements– represent the 26 letters of the American alphabet.
You’ve always known that Josh can sing like a beast, but it wasn’t until last night that the world found out he could sign too.