23rd season of The Voice is already released! The latest season of NBC’s famous music competition series premieres on Monday, March 6 at 8 p.m. and the premier start with the voice blind Auditions.
Performers sing in front of the judges at the voice blind auditions without being seen. The coaches pay attention to the singers before deciding whether or not they would like to turn around and view the performance.
When a coach turn their chair, they are showing an interest in working with that competitor. Then, The participant has to choose the coach they wish to work with ; once a coach turns their chair, and the coach then serves as their mentor for the rest of the competition.
The blind auditions are a crucial part of the competition since they provide the competitors their first chance to prove their vocal skills. The blind auditions results can also be used as a trustworthy factor of who will progress in the competition.
In this show newbies Niall Horan and Chance the Rapper, and veterans Kelly Clarkson and Blake Shelton are the judges. They choose the participants voice performance basis of their vocal skills.
The first audition of the year is by Neil Salsich, who performs a version of Hank Williams’ “Honky Tonk Blues.” Shelton turns his chair initial, and the other coaches quickly follow, and salsich earning the very first all-chair turn of Season 23.
The sister trio Sorelle – Madi, Ana, Bella from Lexington, come next. They performed Queen’s “Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy” in a way that won Shelton and Chance’s chair turns.
Sorelle chose Opportunity as their Coach in an unexpected twist despite Shelton continually reminding them that it was his final season.
Holly Brand, a 22-year-old resident of Meridian, Mississippi, is the joining. She says that when she was barely 10 years old, she decided to serve as Shelton’s opening act at a concert.
Clarkson is the one judges that move around for Brand while Horan and Chance are singing. Sadly, Shelton, was the only Coach who didn’t turn. Horan begged Brand repeatedly, but Brand ultimately decided to support Kelly Clarkson.
Tasha Jessen performed the sensual “River” by Leon Bridges, who came from Pakistan to Colorado. Shelton and Horan were the first to almost turn their chairs, then Chance. Jessen finally made her decision, and she became a first member of Shelton’s team Blake.
Ross Clayton, a father of two, had a successful comeback to playing after almost five years with a strong Four-Chair Turn Blind Audition.
Horan was so inspired by Clayton’s cover of Keith Urban’s “Blue Ain’t Your Color” to make Clayton join his team that he even turned every other coach’s chair around. The strategy was successful, and Horan got his first team member.
D.Smooth won a Chair Turn from Clarkson and Horan for his…smooth performance of Ed Sheeran’s “Perfect”. He finally decided to support Kelly’s Team!
Michael B., who performed the Weekend classic “Save Your Tears,” was the only contestant to receive a turn around from a one coach, achieving himself a position on Team Niall.
The voice performance of Sammi Smith’s “Help Me Make It Through the Night” opened the show. At the end of the performance, Shelton finally turned his chair. And selected to his team.
It is time for the last voice performance!
Every Coach rotated their chairs for NOIVAS as soon as he started singing the stirring rendition of Sam Cooke’s “A Change Is Gonna Come”. In the end, he “went with his gut” and selected Team Chance.
In The Voice season 23 episode 2, Coaches are Chance the Rapper, Kelly Clarkson, Niall Horan, and Blake Shelton all fight to find and train a further singing superstar on the following night of Blind Auditions.
The Voice” recap of Season 23, Episode 2 will broadcast on March 7 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT.
|Rachel Christine Gebel|
|Katie Beth Forakis|
|Chance the Rapper|
|Ryley Tate Wilson|
|Jerome Godwin III|
|Mary Kate Connor|