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Desai served as the group's Music Director during his junior year and as the group's president his senior year.
He remains President Emeritus of the UNC Clef Hangers.
He was awarded a four year academic merit scholarship to attend the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and was the Haywood W. After being accepted and planning to attend college at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Desai auditioned for and was accepted as a member of the UNC Clef Hangers, a long-standing male a capella group founded in 1977.
He was accepted in the group as a senior in high school with the understanding that he would begin attending the University in the Fall of 2004.
Joy revealed that "I tried out for everything I could think of during junior high, in high school - didn't make anything," she added that "Even the choir that anyone can be in, I wouldn't even make like a silly little solo." "It was sad," Joy said.
Celebrities such as Ellen De Generes and Keith Urban said they favored Desai to win., and local radio stations across the nation.
He has also performed with Amos Lee in Atlanta, Georgia. Tour 2009 with his fellow Top 10 contestants; the tour visited 50 cities in the United States and Canada from July 5 to September 15, 2009.
Desai's first finals performance of Michael Jackson's "Beat It" was panned by the judges, with Simon Cowell saying that it was "very lightweight" and that he regretted choosing Desai for the Top 13.
But Desai won the judges over again the next week, when he sang Willie Nelson's classic country ballad "Always On My Mind" for "Grand Ol' Opry Week." Even Cowell was impressed, and retracted his remarks about Desai not deserving to be in the Top 13.