Beverly Mcclellan The Voice

June 29, 2011 by USA Post 

Beverly Mcclellan The VoiceBeverly Mcclellan The Voice, The last weeks of competition that eventually led us to this point – the show last performance in “La Voz”. There were two rounds this week – original songs (which were all a little better than what we hear on “American Idol”) and some duets. (However, voting is based more on the original).

Since there are two categories of action in this final (which is also filled with guest performances by some), we put our classification into two groups.

Original songs

4. Vicci Martinez: The best thing we can really do here is give credit for trying Vicci something here with a song that would be a terrible frankness. The melody line was not really there, and took much of the power of her wonderful stage presence. She sang beautifully, but when you are relying on the American public will not get anyone to vote.

3. Javier Colon: Adam Levine trusted this man, and he had a reason. “For Stich Stich” was a great way to start the original song of the night – which is not necessarily perfect, but it was a powerful song that showed off his vocal range important.

2. Dia Frampton: Day had an original song, quite large, and her dark past actually worked here (as opposed to what I thought Adam Levine). The biggest problem is that this was a slow song, and can get lost amid all the slow songs tonight. But it was a very interesting performance and a strong talent showcase Dia.

1. Beverly McClellan: Why is Beverly ranked the top here? It’s simple – the song was best for her voice, was to capture fairly, and that absolutely killed it with her voice. “Lovesick” was fun and had some high energy that some of the original songs of others (see Vicci missing).


4. Dia Frampton: The problem with this round is that the contestants and coaches do not always match to perfection – as is the case with Blake Shelton and Day. “Do not Back Down” was ultimately also in the middle of a result set for this stage of the competition, and not play to the strengths of the particular singer in all

3. Beverly McClellan: When it comes to this duo, the biggest problem was simply that Christina tried a little too hard to take on this song. She has to be aware that no one can sing like her … Right? Beverly had their own good, but the two did the need to accelerate the pace a little.

2. Javier Colon: In general, the duo had everything – two singers who were so balanced each other, and also delivered a performance that allowed them to show some range. It was fast enough to be memorable, and certainly helps that it was a classic Michael Jackson “Man in the Mirror”.

1. Vicci Martinez: His original song was terrible, but this may very well have been the performance of the night. Dressed as a number of rejections of a Power Rangers movie, Cee-Lo took a great song in “Love is a battlefield” and Vicci managed to deliver a voice of agitation in the process. All around, it was a performance that people will be talking about … and for good reason.

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