Bella and Ariana instantly bond over their shared Italian roots. Is the singer’s decision on which team to choose already made? Bella is over-the-moon excited that she got three chairs to turn.
John finds the song choice interesting, and loves the arrangement. “You created this whole new version of the song,” he says. And while it had a singer-songwriter vibe at the beginning, she busted out the big notes at the end. “And then you were giving us the notes that these ladies are known for,” he says, gesturing at Ariana and Kelly on either side.
Kelly didn’t know the song, so the performance made her feel that she could be at Bella’s show. She adds that Bella’s ability to navigate “all those little colors” of her voice is important for a talent competition. “Each week you have to show them something different,” she says.
“It’s great to have the ability to do a lot of different things with your voice,” Ariana observes. “Your control is great,” Ariana adds, “I love the different tools you have in your kit so that you can look for different places to implement them.”
Blake admits that he got stuck on Bella spelling words in the song. He’s sort of kidding, but not entirely! It’s another way to say, “your genre is way out of my depth.” Then, he advocates for his former frenemy, Ariana.
Which team will Bella choose? Tune into The Voice on NBC tonight (Sept 28) at 8 pm ET/PT to find out.
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According to Bella’s website she has trained with some legendary people like Dave Stroud who has worked with Justin Bieber and Michael Jackson. She also trained a bit with former American Idol judge Kara Dioguardi.