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20 memorable battles on The Voice

 

He’s touring with Wet Wet Wet in Australia and those smooth velvet tones of Kevin Simm are a perfect fit for your sweet surrender…

 

Chris Brown and Jordin Sparks done with Netherlands swagger.

 

So much soul in these two very unique and disctinct voices, how could you even compare let alone decide which one is better to move forward through to the next round?

 

It’s pairings like these that make you think their rendition is much better than Zayne’s original.

 

Classic Axel Rose against a multi-octave underdog.  Amazing rendition of an old classic.

They both hit those impossible notes but only one could walk home with the Romanian chandelier!

 

The Power of Love.

 

Two very different approaches to Stevie Wonder, both endearing but both somehow working well together, we forgot it was a battle!

 

Both women held themselves well with a track mastered by both Whitney Houston and Sam Smith adding their little signatures on them.

 

Giving Beyonce’s already popular love song a new layer of meaning as it’s turned into male female  duet.

 

Disco Queens busting out a Jennifer Hudson track right in front of her.  A great display of  vocal acrobatics.

 

 

One of the great things about song choice being placed in the judges hands are the rediscovery of old old old tunes you completely forgot and having life breathed back into them.

 

A heartwrenching multilayered duet that put the lovable Gold Coast single mum of two up against just as lovable story of hope African Australian refugee.   It wasn’t hard connecting to both storytellers, but it was hard deciding the favorite!

 

If Will Smith and Jada Pinkett would ever duel on stage, this is definitely how it would look and feel!

 

Feelgood fireflies.

 

Many try and fail to deliver a Beyonce successfully, but that season lucked out when putting two divas with the same slightly smokey two octave extension bright belting tones up against each other creating one of the most incredible moments on television.

 

Finding the softer side of Kings of Leon, it almost makes you want to be used.

 

They didn’t end up winning but throughout the comp brought some really cool James Arthur and James Bay moments.

 

Stripping down that Amy Winehouse vibe and smoothing those edges out with RNB swagger.


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