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After a “Solid” Olivia Newton-john Cover, Blake Shelton Declares a Singer the Front-runner on “The Voice”
The Team Legend powerhouses were created for live prime time on “The Voice.” During the opening round of live performances on Monday night, singers Omar Jose Cardona and Kim Cruse impressed coach John Legend with their electrifying charm and vocal gymnastics.
Cardona opened the live performances with a powerful rendition of Bon Jovi’s “Livin’ on a Prayer.” Legend said Cardona, “Your voice is out of this planet. “Your range is amazing. Everything you do reflects the soul you possess. There is so much musicianship and passion.
I Never Loved a Man (the Way I Love You) by Aretha Franklin was delivered by Cruse, who followed Cardona closely. When you put your show together, you make such wise, musical, and lovely decisions, Legend said Cruse. “I just adore coaching you. I don’t have to do any work, so I can just relax and take it all in.
Here are the additional events from Monday’s show. Gwen Stefani sheds a tear during the final knockout of “The Voice,” declaring that she enjoyed working with the singers. During the first round of live performances on Monday night, singers Omar Jose Cardona and Kim Cruse impressed coach John Legend (pictured) with their electrifying charm and vocal gymnastics.
Camila Cabello steals Team Blake singer’s spotlight on “The Voice” by popping the question! Gwen Stefani exclaims, “I adore being your mommy,” to her protégé Alyssa Witrado. Kique and Alyssa Witrado, singers for Team Gwen, are astounded by their daring uniqueness.
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With his gloomy rock remix of the Harry Styles song “As It Was,” Kique enthralled the coaches. The singer, who is 19 years old, received praise from coach Gwen Stefani for her level of creativity for someone your age. “You can hear and see your voice so clearly. You’d be surprised at what you could do with a tune that wasn’t even yours.
Witrado’s rendition of Miley Cyrus’ “Angels Like You” featured her emotive flare, winning her the gushing praise of Stefani, who considers Witrado to be a musical daughter. “You are serene, and you are lovely. Stefani said to Witrado, “I just want to gaze at you; you’re beautiful. “I enjoy being your mother and I love you,” she said.
Blake Shelton says he’s “quitting” following his singers’ performance on “The Voice” because “you three broke me.” Camila Cabello keeps a singer on “The Voice” who is unaware of his talent. Camila Cabello’s “spirit on fire” is ignited by Eric.
With their emotive performances, Team Camila members Morgan Myles and Eric get right to the heart of the matter. Coach Camila Cabello was moved by Myles’ soulful performance of Patty Griffin’s “Let Him Fly,” which she performed throughout the competition.
— Gwen Stefani (@gwenstefani) November 16, 2022
Cabello told Myles, “You’re the truth-teller. “We can’t help but trust you when you sing songs that convey a tale.” Who’s the ferocious rendition of Adele’s “Rumour Has It” stunned the judges. Cabello told Who, “You just light my spirit on fire.” “You have stage presence. You seem to have woken everyone up in here, in my opinion.
After being eliminated from “The VoiceBattle “‘s Rounds, Ohio vocalist Ian Harrison is signed by John Legend. Camila Cabello announces during the Battle Rounds of “The Voice” that she is “going home.” Rowan Grace is deemed the front-runner by Blake Shelton following an “excellent” Olivia Newton-John cover.
Bryce Leatherwood and Rowan Grace, two of Team Blake’s singers, gave the live performances an unmistakable air of genuineness.
With his touching rendition of Travis Tritt’s “I’m Gonna Be Somebody,” Leatherwood won over the judges, particularly coach Blake Shelton, who was moved by the performer’s true love for country music. You are precisely what Shelton said: “There are folks who want to be country singers, and then there are country people who want to be country singers occasionally. It simply emanates from the heart. You are authentic in every way.
With his touching rendition of Travis Tritt’s “I’m Gonna Be Somebody,” Leatherwood won over the judges, particularly coach Blake Shelton (left), who was moved by the performer’s true love for country music.
Grace gave an impassioned rendition of Olivia Newton-“Hopelessly John’s Devoted to You,” the movie’s theme song, wearing her heart on her sleeve.