Josh Groban has a funny connection with Joshua Groban, who on Thursday (Jan. 3) was appointed to the California Supreme Court–besides their names.
The crooner took to Twitter to share a career anecdote in response to former California governor Gray Davis’ congrats to the latest associate Supreme Court justice. “My ‘big break’ was being asked to sing at Gov. Davis’s inauguration in Sacramento 20 years ago,” he wrote.
“If you don’t think the universe is playing a fun wacky game with us you’re wrong,” he contined. “And congrats to the other JG.”
My “big break” was being asked to sing at Gov. Davis’s inauguration in Sacramento 20 years ago. If you don’t think the universe is playing a fun wacky game with us you’re wrong. And congrats to the other JG. https://t.co/bj16F8gR8N
— josh groban (@joshgroban) January 3, 2019
Back in November, Governor Jerry Brown announced the 45-year-old senior advisor as his choice for the Supreme Court. “Josh Groban has vast knowledge of the law and sound and practical judgement,” Governor Brown said at the time. “He’ll be a strong addition to California’s highest court.”