The Voice season 21 Blind Auditions are almost complete. But the four chair turns keep on coming.
When smooth soul singer, Brittany Bree hit the first chorus during her performance of The Weeknd’s “Call Out My Name,” coaches John Legend and Ariana Grande hit their buttons. And then on the next growly high note, Kelly Clarkson eagerly turned. And then finally, Blake Shelton turned at the last minute. He probably did not want to left out!
“Intention is really important,” Ariana observed, “And I think every choice you made added so much emotional value.”
“Sometimes we hear that voice that just grabs us,” John shared. “And the energy just explodes from the stage,” He added, “I think you can go so far, and I would love for you to do it on Team Legend.”
The Dallas native grew up singing in the church and admitted that The Voice performance was her first time singing outside of the church. She had never performed secular music in front of an audience before.
Kelly called Brittany a “great storyteller” and says once again, that she’s “won a show before” which kicked off a drinking game among the other coaches. Ariana and Blake clinked their cups before taking a swig.
“If your voice isn’t in the finale, something’s wrong,” said Kelly.
Blake, the last to speak, went on offence. “I’m worried about you, because you could really screw up!” he warned. “You need something more stable than what’s going on down [here].” Blake then accused the coaches of various misdeeds.
For starters, he accused Kelly of leaving Texas and abandoning her “home state and her family.” Then he accused John of probably abandoning the church altogether (probably, true tbh). Then he hinted at Ariana of possibly being the “worst coach on The Voice ever.”
“I, on the other hand, have been here forever,” Blake declared. “And I’m not sure how much these others know about it, Okay?”
Well, after that. who do you think Brittany will choose as her coach? Tune in Monday October 4 on NBC to find out.