The Voice 2013 Battle Rounds got off to a pretty solid start last night with Part 1 and you can expect more talent and drama tonight during Part 2.
Members from Teams Christina, Adam, Cee Lo and Blake will continue to go up against each other to fight for a spot in the Knockout Rounds. And the awesome coaches’ steal will also still be in play. We’ll also get to see more of the season 5
The Voice 2013 Battle Rounds kicked off Monday night and left the coaches with some tough decisions. For example, when Grey and Nic Hawk took on Jessie J’s “Domino,” Adam was left with a terrible choice. Who does he cut, Grey or Nic?
With their performance, there was no good answer. They were both awesome. She had an advantage because that song is a girl’s song. But him nailing it despite the obvious challenge should have
The best part of The Voice 2013 — the Battle Rounds — kicked off Monday night as pairs from all four teams went head-to-head for a spot in the knockout rounds. And the always-fun coaches’ steal also came into play.
Speaking of the coaches steal, it was used during the battle between Briana Cuoco and Jacquie Lee. The duel took on “House of The Rising Sun,” and despite the song being older than them, they turned
The Voice 2013 Battle Rounds kicked into high gear Monday night as members of Teams Adam, Blake, Christina and Cee Lo were paired off and pitted against each other. Among the pairings were county singers from Team Blake Justin Chain and Shelbie Z.
Their battle song was “Don’t You Wanna Stay” by Jason Aldeen and Kelly Clarkson. This performance never ended up feeling like a battle, however. They sound so great together that it just
The Voice 2013 Battle Rounds got off to a running start Monday night as several pairs went head-to-head in some epic battles. Among the best performers of the night were Team Christina Aguilera’s Amber Nicole and Timyra-Joi with Beyonce’s “Listen.”
Both girls are very strong vocalists and both made this one an actual battle. It wasn’t just a duet. They were fighting to stay alive. In the end, Amber pulls out the win and Timyra-Joi is
The Voice 2013 Battle Rounds start tonight and we’ll be seeing two team members at a time going head-to-head for a shot in the Knockout Rounds, which puts them one step closer to the live shows.
We’ll also get to see this season’s advisers pitching in to help the coaches out. And let’s not forget the steal goes into play tonight. If a coach cuts an artist another coach wants, they can attempt a steal.
Tonight on The Voice 2013 the Battle Rounds kick off as artists from each team go head-to-head, hoping to make their way to the Knockout rounds.
And like last season, if a coach is interested in a person who loses a battle, they may steal that person for their own team. And according to the preview below, that steal option carries over into the Knockout Rounds this season.
If you’re new to The Voice or can’t keep
The Voice 2013 Blind Auditions wrapped up this week as all four coaches finished building their Season 5 teams. Now they’ll cut those teams down as we head into the Battle Rounds next week. Before we get there, though, we’re getting to know all four teams a little better.
Today we’re focusing Team Cee Lo and seeing if he and his team have what it takes to take the title away from Blake this season.
The Voice 2013 Blind Auditions concluded this week and next week we’ll be heading into the fun Knockout Rounds, where each team will be split in half. But before we get there, we’re taking a closer look at each of the season 5 teams. Today we’re focusing on Team Blake.
The Voice 2013 Team Blake
Austin Jenckes, Duvall, WA
About the Artist: Austin fell in love with music because of his late father, who played guitar and sang
The Voice 2013 Blind Auditions concluded this week and before we get into the fun Knockout Rounds, we’re taking a closer look at all the teams. Today we’re looking at Team Christina
The Voice 2013 Team Christina
Amber Nicole, Houston
About the Artist: “Amber comes from a large, musically inclined family. Her dad is in a jazz band and her older sister, a successful vocal coach, has coached Amber since she was 13. She’s performing on The Voice