The Voice Auditions
April 27, 2011 by Post Team
I do not know where to start, because this show is amazing! Emotions I felt tonight, that I received from a television in a long time! Christina Aguilera, Cee-Lo Green, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton are all amazing and very fun to watch!
This is a difficult show for our four judges in the open, with so much talent makes it difficult to choose the right people to the group everyone! There were many talented people on the show tonight, but few really stood out!
Patrick Thomas was the second person tonight to sing and it was great! It was not the only one who thought so, either because Cee-Lo Green and Blake Shelton also heard! After a difficult decision on which one to go with, Thomas thought his voice is more suited for country music and, therefore, chose as his coach Blake Shelton!
Jeff Jenkins was also one of the great voices tonight! After singing Rascal Flatts, “God Bless The Broken Road”, the 4 judges hit their buttons in the hope that this amazing singer to join their team! Jeff was the first competitor to have the 4 judges back! Although each judge made great points, Adam Levine, said all the right things, because Jeff decided to join their team!
Joan Rizo a Mother Jersey, gave a performance of a lifetime! She proved it’s never too late to follow their dreams, but unfortunately the judges just do not listen enough to find it!
Javier Col? N was another night singer who wowed the 4 judges! This guy is far beyond the talent and the judges knew it was a keeper! Adam Levine said he really wants to win this competition and needed Javier to help you do just that! Adam said again everything right and landed this amazing singer!
Last performance tonight was outstanding! When the woman opened her mouth, I knew that these judges would be crazy not to press that button and I was right! Christina and Adam was head to head for 41 years, Beverly and girl power rules because Christina landed this amazing singer!
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