‘The Voice’ is Getting Down to the Nitty Gritty — Who Will Go Home Tonight? [POLL]
Boy, this is the BEST season of “The Voice” to date. Everyone that hasleft on the show is super talented, but tonight one will have to go. Who will it be?
If I just have to go on last night’s show, then I think Team Adam’s James Wolpert (who was under the weather last night) or Team Christina’s Matthew Schuler may be in jeopardy.
Believe me, neither of them deserve to leave the show, but that’s the name of the game.
James chose to sing The White Stripes’ “I Fell in Love With a Girl,” and Meat Loaf’s “I “I’d Do Anything for Love.” I wasn’t feeling it, and I really wanted him to do well. I feel the song choices were wrong.
Tessanne Chin came to play last night! I loved the Bob Marley cover of “Redemption Song,” but her second performance of Katy Perry’s new single “Unconditionally” fell short. I mean she can sing, but the song did not suit her.
Will Champlin, what can I say, this guy just keeps getting better and better. His cover of Sam Cook’s “Change Is Gonna Come” was phenomenal. It was cool performance, too, when he kicked off with a piano introduction, and then stood up and switched to a gritty delivery on the microphone.
Then he sang a song from the soundtrack of the movie, “O Brother Where Art Thou.” Yes it was obscure, but man I thought it worked.
Team Christina still has two in the competition, Matthew Schuler and Jacquie Lee. Matthew sang well, but the One Direction tune “The Story of My Life” did nothing to show his skill and talent. But I must say he did a fabulous job on Percy Sledge’s “When A Man Loves a Woman.”
Now Jacquie Lee, the youngest in the competition, could just take the whole enchilada! This 16-year-old has God-given talent and she showed her chops with her cover of Janis Joplin’s “Cry Baby.” WOW!
This girl proved that she can hit any note she wants. And if that wasn’t impressive enough, she actually sang Chrstina Aguilera’s “The Voice Within.” Crazy good y’all — crazy good!
Let’s talk Team Blake. Cole Vosbury kicked off the show with Hall & Oates’ “Rich Girl,” performing this time with an electric guitar, but still as gritty but as effortless as ever. He killed it! His second song was James Morrison’s “Better Man,” that didn’t show the strength of his voice. But we will see!
Who do you think will get the boot tonight? Whoever it is, it will be just because that’s the way the game is played.