The Voice 2013 Knockout Rounds took off on Monday night and we were treated to a lot of great performances and even some steals. Yes, the coaches each have one more steal to spend during the Knockout Rounds.
But there were no steals used during Team Blake’s match-up of Holly Henry and Nic Hawk. Holly took on Radiohead’s “Creep” and what seemed like a great idea, kind of turned into a mess. Nic’s version of Christina
The Voice 2013 Knockout Rounds kicked off Monday night and Adam, Blake, Cee Lo and Christina were forced to start cutting their teams in half. But four new steals came into play.
The steal was not used during Team Christina’s Destinee Quinn and Olivia Henken face-off, however.
Destinee took on “See You Again” and her performance was pretty solid. There were some noticeable pitch problems and the overall performance was kind of boring. So it’s no surprise
The Voice 2013 Knockout Rounds started Monday night and even though there were four new steals put into play, the point of the night was for the coaches to start cutting their teams in half. Team Adam lost one during the knockout between Ashely DuBose and Tessanne Chin.
Ashley took on Train’s “Soul Sister” and it just wan’t the right song for her to pick during such a tense part of the competition. It wasn’t a
The Voice 2013 Knockout Rounds got under way Monday night and we already saw some more steals going on. One happened after the knockout battle between Team Cee Lo’s Jonny Gray and Cole Vosbury
Cole gave a very solid performance of “Let Her Go” and had everyone convince he was definitely going to win the battle. But then Jonny stepped up with a fantastic version of “Work It Out” and what Cee Lo was going to
The Voice 2013 Knockout Rounds kick off tonight and for the first time ever, the knockouts include steals!
Yes, Adam, Blake, Cee Lo and Christina have one steal each they can use during the next few episodes! So we can expect that added level of drama in addition to hopefully some good performances. Let’s get to it. I’ll be live-blogging the Knockout Rounds, so be sure to follow along and let us know what you think
The Voice 2013 Knockout Rounds start tonight and that means Adam, Blake, Cee Lo and Christina have to cut their teams in half.
They’ll do so by putting two artists against each other and only letting one move on. Unlike the Battle Rounds, this time around the artists will pick their own songs, which will be different than the person they’re paired with, and will of course perform consecutively instead of simultaneously.
But that’s not all that
The Voice 2013 Knockout Rounds start next week and we’ve got the pairings for you! Of course each coach has one more steal to use during this round, so not necessarily one person from each person will be going home. Just keep that in mind if you start trying to figure out how the knockouts will play out.
If you want to be surprised (but why would you?) about which artists will be paired during the
This week we watched some pretty intense performances as The Voice 2013 Battle Rounds concluded. We saw some happy faces moving on to the knockout rounds and some not-so-happy faces heading home. But what happened after the music stopped and the cameras stopped rolling?
Season 2 favorite Terry McDermott sat down with the contestants following their battles and we’ve got a couple of those interviews for you today.
Olivia Henken and Stephanie Anne Johnson
The very last performance
The Voice 2013 Battle Rounds concluded Tuesday night and the artists who came out victorious move on to the upcoming Knockout Rounds.
It was a very fast night but in that short hour, there were some great performances and battles. Among them was the one with Team Adam’s Barry Black and Preston Pohl with The Temptations’ “I Wish It Would Rain.” I’m still to sure why Adam put these two up against each other. Why would he
The Voice 2013 Battle Rounds wrapped up Tuesday night and the artists who made it through the battles unscathed will move on to the upcoming Knockout Rounds.
It was a fast night because there was only an hour because of The Biggest Loser, but there were some great battles within that hour. Among the best were Team Cee Lo’s Jonny Gray and Shawn Smith with “Refugee” by Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.
I thought this was the