Review of The Voice Playoffs

The Voice Judges L to R: Shakira, Adam Levine, Usher, Blake Shelton

The Voice Judges L to R: Shakira, Adam Levine, Usher, Blake Shelton

It was certainly a sea of amazing performances last night on The Voice.

Team Usher created an undeniably glorious harmony with their rendition of “Black and Gold.” The group put forth a high-energy performance that had the crowd on their feet from the get go.

Tackling “Stay” by Rihanna, 19-year-old Amber Carrington’s performance can’t be described as anything less than phenomenal. This young lady had great control, which, at times seemed almost effortless. Her confidence shone bright throughout the performance.

Josiah Hawley rocked “The Voice” stage with his cover of Muse’s “Starlight.” Although he may have seemed slightly out of breath at a few points, he made up for it with his energetic and charismatic stage presence.

Sarah Simmons’ heartfelt angelic rendition of Sarah McLaughlin’s “Angel” brought many to tears. Simmons was loaded with confidence and injected her own flare into the song to create a unique and memorable performance.

A great song choice by Cathia of “I Have Nothing” resulted in a very powerful and entertaining performance, with a very enthusiastic audience reaction. This young lady rocked the stage, and looked absolutely stunning to boot!

Caroline Glaser’s versatile voice seemed perfectly fitted for Ed Sheeran’s “The A Team.” The young singer’s upbeat cover of the popular song was certainly strong, and well received by the audience.

Team Adam’s ladies rocked out to “Shake It Out.” While the performance as a whole was energetic, colorful, and a lot of fun to watch, the song choice perhaps didn’t reflect everyone’s individual singing style and range.

Michelle Chamuel glowed on stage as she passionately put her own unique spin on Cyndi Lauper’s “True Colors.” Her voice seemed flawless, and the performance was very well received by the audience.

Although the song choice may have been predictable, Judith Hill poured her heart and soul into her performance of “Feeling Good.” Her tone was impeccable, hitting every note. Her diva-like presence acted as the cherry on top of a phenomenal performance.

The audience couldn’t get enough of Vedo’s soulful performance of “Against All Odds” by Phil Collins. His sound was clean and smooth, and although the song choice may have a seemed a little unusual, it definitely worked in his favor.

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