'The Voice:' Final 12 contestants give their best performances yet! (VIDEOS)
Tonight on The Voice, the final 12 contestants took to the stage for round two of the live shows. And I have to say, the talent truly left me stunned. I think it's safe to say that the performances we saw were by far the best we've seen all season. And though it was hard to watch some of my fave singers get eliminated last week, tonight's episode proved that those who made it deserve to be there! Now the question is, how will America ever decide who will continue?!
Though all of the artists performed to the absolute best of their ability (which is pretty darn good, if you ask me), I was especially proud to see the three remaining Latino contestants do so incredibly well.
Powerhouse singer Adriana Louise took on Carrie Underwood's single "Good Girl" and she nailed it. Not only did she look like an old pro up on stage, gearing up the crowd with her sassy attitude and upbeat dance moves, but she also sounded amazing. Coach Christina Aguilera was so impressed that she practically begged America to vote for her, promising the audience that she won't disappoint them should Louise be put through to the next round. Wow! That's quite a vote of confidence!
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Bryan Keith, son of Latin jazz singer Ray de la Paz,also did well, singing Amy Winehouse's "Back to Black." I'm always in awe of his voice. It's just so smooth and soulful. Plus, he has such a confident stage presence--I have yet to see him perform anything less than great. And the coaches agreed, with Adam Levine calling it his "breakout moment."
After getting saved by Levine last week, 17-year-old Melanie Martinez got her final chance to keep her spot, singing "Cough Syrup" by Young the Giant. As I've already said, I love Martinez's one-of-a-kind voice. She is the most unique person in the whole competition and I truly believe she will make great music one day, whether or not she wins the show.
My other favorites of the night? Trevin Hunt, who absolutely killed it and got a FOUR coach standing ovation and Nicholas David, who once again won me over with his bluesy voice. Unfortunately, not everyone can make it...and with so many stellar performances, I really can't predict who America will vote for!
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