The Voice season 19 premiers on Monday. And as we typically do here at mjsbigblog, we have premiere spoilers, including the artists performing on the episode, listed in performance order along with song choices, team selections and more.
This season, there are TONS of spoilers. Check out these links if you are looking for more. But please keep the conversation on THIS post about MONDAY’S SHOW ONLY. Other spoiler chatter belongs under the respective posts.
The Voice season 19 premiere performers in performance order:
Tamara Jade 30 – Cuz I Love You by Lizzo – She moved from Maryland to New York. But her family is originally from the Caribbean. Her mother is also a singer. She performed with Lizzo at the VMAs. But then the COVID-19 pandemic hit. 4 Chair turn. Tamara chooses Team John Legend. – Watch the full performance HERE.
Lauren Frihauf – Come to My Window by Melissa Etheridge – 16 – Lauren lives on a farm in Byers, Colorado and studied rock music at the School of Rock. Gwen and John turn. Lauren picks Gwen
Joseph Soul – Is This Love by Bob Marley – 34 – Joseph is of Polynesian heritage and hails from Maui, Hawaii. He had a Vegas residency as a DJ. Blake and Kelly turn. Blake pulls out a big chart on the stage with all his wins on it to brag. Joseph picks Kelly
Ian Flanigan – Colder Weather by The Zac Brown Band – 30 – Originally from New York, Ian lives in a motorhome with his family. He travelled across the country playing gigs until the pandemic hit. He accompanies himself on guitar. Only Blake turns.
Hailey Green – Soulshine by Allman Brothers – 14 – From Mississippi, plays football. No turns.
Jim Ranger – Blue Ain’t Your Color by Keith Urban – 38 – Jim lives in Bakersfield, California and is 3rd generation of preachers. He’s married and accompanies himself on guitar. John shows a PSA clip about Blake being a liar and why you should pick him. John, Gwen and Blake turn. Jim picks Blake. After, they sing together about Bakersfield.
Eli Zamora – Ya Lo Se Que Te Tu Vas by Juan Gabriel – 25 – Eli is from El Paso, Texas but raised in Mexico. Only Kelly turns.
Payge Turner – Call out my Name by The Weeknd – 27 – No intro at first, just the coaches chairs. Blake and Gwen turn, followed by the video package. Payge is from Trinidad, Tobago and move to Kansas with her father. An alt-rock singer, she moved to Seattle to further her musical career. Payge picks Gwen.
Corey Ward – Way Down We Go by Kaleo – 33 – From South Carolina, Corey was young when his parents divorced. He has been playing music for 20 years. His mother has cancer – No turns.
Marisa Corvo – Perfect by Pink – 33 – Marisa is from Staten Island, New York and comes from an Italian American family. She moved to Nashville to attend Belmont University. As a young woman, she struggled with being a Lesbian, but finally learned to love herself. She plays gay bars with her family’s support. – Blake, Gwen and Kelly turn. Marisa picks Kelly.
John Holiday – Misty by Johnny Mathis – 35 – The performance begins with the cameras focused on the chairs. Viewers only hear his voice initially. John, Kelly and Gwen turn. John blocks Kelly. The video package runs and viewers learn that John is gay, from Rosenberg, Texas and is a professional opera singer. Kids always teased him for his high voice. He has performed all over the world and plays piano. John picks John.