The Voice season 10 winner and Los Angeles based singer/songwriter Alisan Porter has a special place in my heart,. as Curly Sue is one of the first movies I reviewed during my time as a UCLA Daily Bruin film critic. Though I’m a creature of habit, change is inevitable, and Porter explains why “change” is more than just the moniker of her latest single.
Tonight’s installment of The Voice featured a marriage proposal, a Whitesnake song and a once precocious singer who’s getting a huge second chance. Check out our recap of Day 3 of the Blind Auditions!
After the first night of The Voice‘s Blind Auditions, each of the four coaches had two members on their team, but by the end of the second night, Blake Shelton took the lead adding three more artists, while Gwen Stefani added only one among the performances aired, but oh what a one it was. So without further adieu, let’s get into night two. Continue reading “‘The Voice’ Recap: Ellie Lawrence & Evan McKeel Electrify Blind Auditions”
It’s time for a new season of The Voice. Gone are the memories of Sawyer Fredericks. We’ve traded the blonde locks of Christina Aguilera for Gwen Stefani, and those red spinning chairs have all been greased and ready to do their jobs. Our new season starts with Gwen Stefani going country with a cover of Blake Shelton‘s “Neon Light” and Shelton returning the favor by covering No Doubt‘s “Don’t Speak.” This musical synergy continues with Pharrell Williams covering Maroon 5‘s “Sugar” and Adam Levine singing Pharrell’s familiar refrain from Daft Punk‘s “Get Lucky.” But who will get lucky during the new season of The Voice? It’s time to find out. Continue reading “‘The Voice’ Recap: Jordan Smith, Mark Hood Shine In Blind Auditions”