He performed "This Woman's Work" by Maxwell, and surprised the rest of the coaches, Miley Cyrus, Adam Levine, and Blake Shelton, by his unexpected appearance. It was the equivalent of a plate of good-enough food that I finished but wouldn't go back for seconds of. This was true when the TV talent show experienced the sounds of Keisha Renee, a 30-year-old powerhouse from Inglewood, California.
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Although she wasn't able to take home a win during her first season on the series, the "Younger Now" singer has high hopes about being victorious when the series returns to NBC.
Cyrus tried to persuade Keisha to be on her team, and elevated her roots over Shelton's Oklahoma home town. Here is a recap of the Voice focusing on those who made it through the blind auditions to the next round. While you wait for the recap make sure to check out all our The Voice spoilers, news, videos, recaps & more, right here! Furthermore, not all of those surprises came in the form of the two male judges, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine, shouting insults at one another. Hudson even joined him on stage for an impromptu duet.
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Adam, however, wasn't impressed because he said that's exactly what he'd teach Dylan if the artist ended up on his team and he's been working to flawless switching from his head voice to his chest voice his entire career. With his wide range of experiences, the singer can offer plenty of guidance to the aspiring artists that end up on his team. But Red, who had previously crossed paths with Shelton in Nashville, chose to go with Team Blake. "This sucks", one viewer wrote before another added, "Watching The Voice and I am already missing you". Jennifer had challenged Maharasyi to hit a big, high note, and the artist seemed to appreciate the push.
Red Marlow, 40, claimed he was "as country as cornbread", and the singer - who found success in Nashville singing on demos for songwriters trying to pitch their tunes - proved it with his cover of John Anderson's "Swingin'".
And because she kept an open mind, Miley won her over: "I didn't realize she was around the same age as me".