Week two of The Voice is officially in the books and believe it or not, but we’re more than halfway through the blind auditions!
It’s crunch time, which means the coaches are feeling the pressure to mastermind a powerhouse team before the battle and knockout rounds come a’callin’.
Tuesday’s episode featured a model who quit the fashion industry to pursue her love of music and a young contestant whose vocal chops were so impressive, Blake Shelton offered to adopt her!
Audrey Karrasch gave up her modeling career when she realized that music was her true passion. Both Blake Shelton and Usher saw some potential, but Adam Levine still felt the need to put in his two cents.
Karrasch shut him down in a total “oh no you didn’t” moment!
“I liked her sassiness,” Carson said Wednesday morning. “I sent out a tweet when Adam said something right off the top and she just cut him off and said, ‘What do you care? You didn’t even turn your chair!’ And I wrote that was the first model that like ever put Adam in his place.”
It’s important to remember that not everyone goes home a happy camper. Both Carson and Producer Angie were disappointed when none of the judges spun around for Betsy Bartha’s performance of “Set Fire To The Rain.”
“I guess it was a good ‘no.’ Carson explained. “It was one of those things where, ‘Wow. A girl like that can’t get on the show, the competition must be high.’ She was good.”
Carson was extremely thankful when Levine picked up father and soul singer Patrick Dodd for his team.
“I was in the room with [his family] and was so glad when he got a chair turned because when there’s kids in the room and chairs don’t turn, I’m drinking heavy that night! Heavy!”
The Voice came to a close Tuesday night with one of its most enchanting blind auditions to date.
17-year-old Savannah Berry had three of the four coaches fighting for her after her rendition of Taylor Swift’s “Safe and Sound.” In fact, Shelton offered to adopt her in hopes that would seal the deal! Spoiler alert…it did!
“Seventeen! I mean, you gotta be kidding me,” Carson exclaimed. “I know everybody thinks Judith Hill is one of the frontrunners, but after last night, 17-year-old Savannah Berry comes out there and sings a song that really kind of captivated. It was a nice moment for her. It was a great couple of minutes.”
- Which coach has the early edge in the competition? Let us know what you think in the comments section!