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‘The Voice’ recap: who is going to win?

CREDIT: NBC

CREDIT: NBC

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NBC stretched this baby out to two hours.

It included four original songs by the artists. (Take that, “American Idol!”)

And it featured four duets with the singers and their coaches. (Also something that couldn’t happen on “Idol”)

There were appearances by Ne Yo and Pitbull, plus the  always delightful Brad Paisley. The opening number (Queen/David Bowie’s “Under Pressure’) by the quartet of coaches was fun, far better than their earlier Queen medley a few weeks ago.

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Based on iTunes sales (and that seems like a fair if not perfect correlation), cutie-pie Dia Frampton is going to win. Her passably appealing song “Inventing Shadows” just beats out Javier Colon’s surprisingly good “Stitch by Stitch.” Way behind is Vicci Frampton’s disappointing “Afraid to Sleep.” Beverly McLellan’s rather pedestrian “Lovesick” concluded the night and has been by far the least popular of the four on iTunes.

Who do I want to win? I was rooting for Vicci coming in but her original song flopped. She did pull off the duet, though. Beverly is my second favorite but I liked Dia’s song a smidge better. Oddly, my least favorite Javier gave me my favorite song. So I’m not sure who I want to win per se but wouldn’t it be cool if Beverly did?

That “Voice” tour? A bit on the brief side. Just six cities and Atlanta is not included. Obviously, this was put together at the last second. I’m shocked they aren’t at least making it 20 cities. And speaking of “Idol,” Katharine McPhee showed up to promote her new show “Smash,” which will be paired with “The Voice” early next year. (McPhee sings ‘Beautiful” in the pilot. Christina and Beverly dueted “Beautiful.” Coincidence?)

My take on the four original songs (two songs reference stitches!)

Javier Colon (Team Adam): “Stitch by Stitch.” Up to this point, I wasn’t all that impressed by Colon. He struck me as a bit generic despite a great voice. But I really enjoyed the song. The chorus stuck in my head and the entire song just had a great pop sensibility. Sure it is a stitched-together pastiche of many other songs I’m sure I’ve heard before but it works.

Vicci Martinez (Team Cee Lo): ‘Afraid to Sleep.” With help from former Atlanta rocker Butch Walker, Vicci’s mid-tempo rock tune lacks that killer hook. It just kind of falls flat despite Vicci’s effort to jazz it up.

Dia Frampton (Team Blake) : “Inventing Shadows.” She has the most distinctive voice of the foursome and this song showcases her strengths bringing emotion, sweetness and vulnerability in equal measure. She’s like a merger of Fiona Apple and Colbie Caillat with a bit of Adele thrown in. In this day and age, she has the best shot at a radio-friendly pop career of the four singers.

Beverly McLellan (Team Christina): “Lovesick.” As usual, Beverly sang this with 150% passion and her vocals are impeccable as always. The verses sound rather generic. The chorus is a bit more memorable but not terribly deep: “Lovesick. I’m sick of love!” While not a terribly bad song, I have no idea where this could land in radio. It’s too pop for a rock station and I’m not sure top 40 would go for it either.

My take on the four duets:

Javier-Adam: “Man in the Mirror.” It was pleasant but didn’t add much to an amazing classic by Michael Jackson.

Vicci-Cee Lo: “Love is a Battlefield.” Cee Lo really turns this into a “Mad Max” meets Las Vegas performance. Vicci said it would be “epic.” And it really is! The kids are adorable, too, emulating moves from the original Pat Benatar video. The vocals? Cee Lo is not a great singer but Vicci certainly is.

Dia-Blake: “I Won’t Back Down.” Dia lacks the edge to make this one work on a visceral level. Blake? Better. Combined, this wasn’t great chemistry. And the Blues Brothers glasses and get up? Cheese ball big time, even for me!

Beverly-Christina: “Beautiful”: This is Christina’s most iconic song and anyone who feels out of the norm can relate. Sure, the song becomes a run-a-thon but it’s affecting nonetheless. Beverly is fearless and has no problem matching Christina note for note.

55 comments Add your comment

Nutmeg

June 29th, 2011
7:36 am

Dia all the way! (iTunes buyers would seem to agree).

Deirdre

June 29th, 2011
7:55 am

Haven’t seen the show yet. Will try to watch later this morning.

Deirdre

June 29th, 2011
7:55 am

Not liking the idea of dueting with a judge…sorry, coach.

Harriett

June 29th, 2011
8:07 am

Morning! Oh, the joy in Carolina this morning! Our Carolina baseball team won the national championship for the second time last night! I was up until midnight, but so worth it. I did not watch anything else, so will have to just read what all of you think today. Wow!

Akin13

June 29th, 2011
8:08 am

It’s gonna be Dia’s night tonight. So excited for her.

carla roqs

June 29th, 2011
8:21 am

thanks Deirdre for the answer on previous thread. congrats harriett, that is something to be proud of! i admit it, i have stopped watching voice. i just read rodney’s recaps now. there was too much talking from too many people and i got over it rather quickly. not a fan of beverly, but she seems to be a strong, independent individual. i enjoyed javier when i previously watched the show. may have to check my dvr (yeah, i STILL record it) but i think i remember liking dia, she just was not my top pick out of all there. i think the first round eliminations should be different. great singers were lost that should still be there.

Mercedes S.

June 29th, 2011
8:38 am

The nice thing about “The Voice” is that you can move around and socialize with people and then when the talents actually sing, you pause and listen for a bit. 8 songs in 2 hrs is, what, 24 minutes?

Sam-A

June 29th, 2011
8:42 am

Harriett: congrats, I know you’re thrilled. Midnight’s not too bad for a championship win!

Woodpappy

June 29th, 2011
8:43 am

Harriett, I heard you guys won. Congratulations !

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Rickster

June 29th, 2011
8:49 am

WHAT in the WORLD is Cee Lo wearing?

Rickster

June 29th, 2011
8:52 am

And I’m not going anywhere near Mercedes’ “Some men HAVE small heads…Hugh Jackman comes to mind.” comment other than to say “Better Hugh Jackman than ME!” :-)

G

June 29th, 2011
9:00 am

Seems like “The Voice” creators did their homework. This show wouldn’t stand a chance if it was too much like AI. What I’ve noticed is everywhere AI lacks, The Voice seems to improve upon. The final four of The Voice is a lot less polarizing than AI. The talent is so good and diverse, it offers a little something different for everyone to enjoy. Great season by The Voice.

Harriett

June 29th, 2011
9:01 am

Thanks for the congrats everyone. Now, I am going to spend my evening catching up on my recorded shows, hopefully in time to catch regular programming. Tonight is the night I have to record at least one show and watch the other live.

monsy montes

June 29th, 2011
9:30 am

well they are good but my favorite is vicci i hope the best for all if she dont win she it a winner aready good luck

♥ kelly&carriefan ♥

June 29th, 2011
9:31 am

Good morning y’all!

Well, I had Vicci as the one in it to win it, but her original song was just ai’ght for me, dawg! If we go by original song, I’d go with Dia, Vicci/Javier and way down Beverly.

As far as the duets, Vicci’s with Cee Lo sure was entertaining. He’s like a blend of Elton John and Lady Gaga. :shock: Then, I ‘d go Javier and Adam, Dia and Blake were fun. Loved Beverly’s vocals on Beautiful, but…it felt kind of contrived and self-absorbed on Christina’s part to me. I think what made it so noticeable to me where her earlier comments about herself when they were supposed to be giving advice to the contestants. I seriously said outloud, “Well, it’s not about you, Christina!” Was I the only one who felt this?

Who do I want to win? I don’t know. It’s the first season, they’re all getting recognition. Will this be another show like Idol, where it doesn’t matter if you win (anymore)?

RxDawg

June 29th, 2011
9:45 am

I completely agree G. I found the voice highly entertaining. I felt it moved too fast though. This thing was over in a little over a month right? As far as who wins? Just flip a 4 sided coin as far as I’m concerned. I thought Beverly actually did the best overall job last night. It sounded like the other 3 had vocal strain… but they pulled off good performances too.

I had no idea Brad Paisley was such a good guitar player. That’s pretty cool to be the front man and be that talented on the guitar. You just don’t see that as much these days.

Bottom line for me was The Voice brought me better performances and music than Idol did. I think NBC did a fantastic job with it.

G

June 29th, 2011
9:57 am

Based on my overall assessment including duets and originals, I enjoyed Beverly and Javier the most. Vicci was surprisingly disappointing. Dia again, was somewhere in the middle for me.

Beverly’s Lovesick had a catchy chorus. Nowadays, simple stuff is what makes the heavy rotation. Her duet with Christina was awesome. None of the quirky stuff from her, but she straight up SAANG that song. She definitely displayed her vocal range. Grade – A

Javier’s original song was pretty good. Writing is nothing new to him and vocally he pulls it off with ease….maybe too easy. The duet with Adam was clean…….maybe too clean. Whether he wins or not, he’s ready for the next level with the right connections. Grade – A minus

Dia’s duet with Blake was kind of “idolesque” to me, and it set her back. She simply nailed her original song, and I expected her to. She’s cute, knows who she is as an artist, and most important she’s marketable. Grade – B plus

Vicci’s original was probably the worst of all her vocals on the show. Bad timing. However, the performance with Cee Lo was much better and I was entertained. Good song choice on the duet too. Grade – B

♥ kelly&carriefan ♥

June 29th, 2011
9:59 am

Rx, Yes, it felt very rushed to me. I’m guessing they weren’t expecting the show to take off as much as it did. To be fair, it’s started towards the end of the “stronger” TV season. I guess it will be interesting to see how well it does when it has stronger competition. But I enjoyed their finale last night a lot.

BTW, yes, Brad Paisley is awesome on guitar. Keith Urban is another one who’s also really good.

carla roqs

June 29th, 2011
10:10 am

it is a rather different show, i think it will make it, there is def a market for it. it is just that personally, rodney’s recaps are all i need. rickster, i had not even looked closely at that pic. i guess i am going to have to look at a minute of the show just to be sure about that dang outfit. HE LOOKS LIKES A NIGHTMARE CLOWN. i cannot and will not deal with it– he has to have a twitter and/or fb address– that is too much. ummm, unless he was singing a circus song?

G

June 29th, 2011
11:04 am

Cee Lo’s style is somewhere between KISS, Parliament, and Elton John. Actually, Cee LO and Oukast used to be in the same group. Can you imagine Andre 3k and Cee LO together?

Harriett

June 29th, 2011
11:25 am

I love Cee Lo. To me, he’s the best part of the show.

ashley

June 29th, 2011
11:30 am

Don’t know who wrote the “original” songs but the one for Vicci did not help her at all. Would rather have seen her do “Dog Days are Gone” again – that was a really good performance! Think America should be able to vote on the top 8 instead of 4.

Clarke

June 29th, 2011
11:43 am

Was I the only one who thought Christina and Adam, especially Christina, were inexcusably rude and stupid to Dia when giving her feedback on her solo performance? Maybe I’m cynical, but it seems like the minute the competition cut across teams, Christina started making sure that her feedback undermined the three contestants not on her team? Dismissive comments quickly delivered without any encouragement…then last night, it was pretty appalling what she did in her stunt about the set…cleverly managed to avoid saying anything meaningful about Dia’s performance, and then got Adam to join in. Very strategic. They should go on Survivor. Is Christina really that cutthroat in her desire to get her contestant to win, or is she jealous of Dia’s beauty and innocence and talent? She was also very blase and uninvested in her feedback of the strong performers from other teams last week (especially Vicci after the mind blowing Dog Days are Over). Whatever this is about, it’s pathetic. Seems like next season they should make sure that in the semifinals and finals, judges from other teams are not asked to give feedback on the solo performances—obviously Blake and CeeLo are human enough to value the aspiring artists first and the stupid competition second, but just as obviously Christina and Adam aren’t there yet and saw the feedback (or lack thereof) as a strategic tool to undercut the competition.

Nutmeg

June 29th, 2011
11:51 am

@ashley: America did vote on the top 8. Their vote counted for half.

I will say this about the Voice, and this is straight-up completely different from *every* season I’ve watched of Idol… The top four are all good enough that I won’t be upset if my favorite (Dia) doesn’t win, and any of them winning wouldn’t make me mad.

Branch Loveless

June 29th, 2011
12:21 pm

Harriett! The only distance between us is geographical, y’know. You like AGT and SYTYCD, I don’t.
I like The Voice, you don’t and want it to be over. No biggie. We disagree and that is allowed, right?

Anyway, gonna enjoy tonight’s last hour of The Voice for this season. Looking forward to Miranda Lambert and Stevie Nicks as well as the four finalists. Declare them all winners; fine by me!

P.S. Congrats to the Gamec0cks: great name, great baseball team! (and I don’t even care about baseball) ;-)

G

June 29th, 2011
12:24 pm

@Nutmeg. I agree totally. It doesn’t matter, because they are all very deserving to win.

@Clarke. I noticed Christina and Adam’s comments. My guess is that the two of them and Cee Lo don’t care too much for her. Blake did a good job in keeping them in check when they tried to talk about the shaddow dancers. That was a Blake decission, but Chrissy and Adam failed to critique Dia’s performance, diverted their comments to….the background effects? Really? If you don’t care for her, just say it.

It’s evident none of the coaches want to be the “Simon” or “Jimmy Iovine” and keep it real, if they don’t feel positively strong about a performance or artist. However, most of these contestents are seasoned and they make it hard to critique them technically. They only leave room to critique their style, but that’s too subjective.

Kate

June 29th, 2011
1:31 pm

Dia sounds like she has a mouth full of marbles and her little girl’s voice is quite annoying. Javier has an amazing , unique voice and should win hands down!

Liza

June 29th, 2011
1:41 pm

Dia’s voice is so comforting and I think she has a great personality! Vicci is probably my favorite because of her strong voice and her song choices. Bev is cool, has a strong voice, and nice stage presence. But Javier’s voice is flawless and he blows you away every time he opens his mouth. Overall I think Javier deserves this.

Harriett

June 29th, 2011
1:43 pm

Branch, I love you. Enough said! And, thanks for the kind words about my Gamec0cks! We are ecstatic around here. The teaml flag is flying on top of the statehouse dome, just under the stars and stripes and our state flag. My office is very near the statehouse, and I can see it from here.

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BULLITTBUSH

June 29th, 2011
1:43 pm

does not matter, didn’t give the wolff girl from georgia a chance, she has it all

Dragon

June 29th, 2011
1:55 pm

Rodney, you got a typo: “Way behind is Vicci Frampton’s disappointing ‘Afraid to Sleep.’” That’s not her last name.

jj

June 29th, 2011
1:59 pm

Well I’ll be a monkey’s aunt, Rodney I actually agree with you on most of your assessment of last night’s show. This is just so much better than AI. I think the talent is stronger, more diverse, and way more entertaining. All four (well actually all 8 of the semi-finalist) can and should do well in the music industry. All have talent, charisma, versatility, and ability to entertain. No one depending on ‘tweeny-boppers’ to win. This one is all about the singer, and his/her talent and ability to deliver.
I enjoyed everyone’s songs last night. In fact the worst performance of the night was the four judges (professionals?). Clearly not a foursome capable of singing together. I thought Dia and Blake’s get ups were kinda cute. And CeLo and Vicci were simply AMAZING.
I’m torn between Beverly, Vicci, and Dia. However if I were putting money on it I’d bet on Javier. Not that I think he’s the best, it just seems like the American audience seems to lean toward voting for males in the competitions.
I think the show lasted just the right amount of time. Long enough to showcase the artists, to keep us interested but not so long as to allow us to get bored. Love it can’t wait until next season.
Hoping one of the three girls (ladies) wins but will be happy for whomever takes the prize.

mamadia

June 29th, 2011
2:00 pm

nothing like proof reading-Vicci Frampton-really??? Would be my pick to win if that person actually existed!

Sharon

June 29th, 2011
3:00 pm

Vicci is my favorite. I think all through the competition she has been the strongest. I’ll admit, last nights song was a little weak…but that’s not her fault. She didn’t write the song. She just performed it and tried her best to make it great! When you vote..remember to look back on the whole competition!

bex

June 29th, 2011
3:22 pm

just spent five minutes trying to figure out if vicci frampton and dia were related….

Fedgirl

June 29th, 2011
3:26 pm

Javier all the way…he is the best and way better than all the rest!!!!

njsfinest

June 29th, 2011
3:56 pm

They are all good but every performance from Javier was great. I think dias performance was okay.vicci is a great entertainer and not to crazy about Beverly but she was good.but I don’t thinkthere should be a doubt about who wins it should be Javier all the way.

Jack

June 29th, 2011
4:08 pm

I disagree about Vicci’s song. Listen to the studio versions on iTunes, I think Vicci has the best song.

I enjoyed Dia’s cover songs these past few weeks, but her original song sounds horrendous. She sounds like her voice is out of tune. Her vocals on that track are very bad and it will be embarrassing for the show if this is the single that gets the most airplay.

I would rank the original songs this way:

#1 Vicci – Afraid to Sleep (good song, different enough from what’s on the radio to stand out)
#2 Javier – Stitch by Stitch (very commercial, but not distinct enough)
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#3 Beverly – Love Sick (not very good, annoying lyrics, too soft to be credible rock)
#4 Dia – Inventing Shadows (horrible, out of tune mess)

Dia definitely fits the mold of what is popular on radio today, I think rocker chicks like Vicci/Bev would have a harder time at commercial success (Rock isn’t even popular anymore). Javier has the most vocal talent and can handle any ballad you sleep at him, but again are these songs en vogue anymore? When’s the last time an R&B star like Babyface had a big top 40 hit? Not saying it isn’t possible, but today it’s all about dance club hits and quirky bubbly pop singers. The Voice certainly found the types of voices that are sorely lacking from today’s music industry, but did it find voices that will breakthrough and change the music we listen to?

anon

June 29th, 2011
4:16 pm

I want Vicci to win. she has the best vocals and the most powerful voice out of all of them. I was team Vicci from the start and i will be to the finish. Her performance of Love is a Battlefield with Ceelo was amazing. I didnt care for her song afraid to sleep but she still did an amazing job singing. If this show is for real they will name Vicci the winner. Dia is my second choice..I think the 2 finals should be Vicci and Dia they are the voices of the show

Rodney Ho

June 29th, 2011
4:17 pm

New blog entry!

Jack

June 29th, 2011
4:17 pm

;tldr

Go listen to the iTunes versions of these songs and I think you will have a very different impression of some of these songs without the visual distraction and nerves of the stage performances. Vicci’s song is a lot better than you think, while Dia’s song is a lot worse. The studio recording of Dia’s Inventing Shadows is horrendous, her voice sounds like a dying cat. I bought all of Dia’s other songs on iTunes, but this original song by her is pure garbage. People who sing rock music always have such a hard time on these competition/reality shows, it makes me mad that rock isn’t as popular as it should be. Vicci fought an uphill battle and won in my opinion.

anon

June 29th, 2011
4:19 pm

Vicci will win this and she deserves it i dont care what anyone else has to say. she truely is the voice of this show

kathleen

June 29th, 2011
5:17 pm

Javier Colon (Team Adam): “Stitch by Stitch.” Up to this point, I wasn’t all that impressed by Colon. He struck me as a bit generic despite a great voice. But I really enjoyed the song. The chorus stuck in my head and the entire song just had a great pop sensibility. Sure it is a stitched-together pastiche of many other songs I’m sure I’ve heard before but it works.

Vicci Martinez (Team Cee Lo): ‘Afraid to Sleep.” With help from former Atlanta rocker Butch Walker, Vicci’s mid-tempo rock tune lacks that killer hook. It just kind of falls flat despite Vicci’s effort to jazz it up.

Dia Frampton (Team Blake) : “Inventing Shadows.” She has the most distinctive voice of the foursome and this song showcases her strengths bringing emotion, sweetness and vulnerability in equal measure. She’s like a merger of Fiona Apple and Colbie Caillat with a bit of Adele thrown in. In this day and age, she has the best shot at a radio-friendly pop career of the four singers.

Beverly McLellan (Team Christina): “Lovesick.” As usual, Beverly sang this with 150% passion and her vocals are impeccable as always. The verses sound rather generic. The chorus is a bit more memorable but not terribly deep: “Lovesick. I’m sick of love!” While not a terribly bad song, I have no idea where this could land in radio. It’s too pop for a rock station and I’m not sure top 40 would go for it either.

kathleen

June 29th, 2011
5:25 pm

Javier Colon (Team Adam):

I find Javier Colon rather standard and while obviously a nice guy, ( and I wish him the best) his voice neither impresses or moves me. Grade B.

Vicci Martinez (Team Cee Lo):

There’s no doubt Vicci is a powerhouse, but I feel she is best suited for Broadway, rather than as a recording artist. She would do well in musical’s.

Dia Frampton (Team Blake) :

Whoa! What a unique talent! Original, highly talented, with a sweet memorable voice that surprises you when she belts out her music with passion. Of all the contestants, with the exception of Xenia, she is by far, the most talented and will most likely have a long career in music. I could say the same about Xenia. Good luck to them both.

Beverly McLellan (Team Christina):
What I like most about Beverly is her passion and happiness when she belts out her performances. She’s Rock N Roll to the roots of her being, and I hope this offers her an opportunity to open for well known Rock bands. She deserves it.

Seth T

June 29th, 2011
5:48 pm

I don’t think that Javier or Beverly will have long-term high success in the business, even if they won the show. Short-term, maybe, since they have the benefit of in-house show labels and big-name stars working to utilize and cash-in on their promotion and song releases.

They remind me of a Nashville Star winner in the past that faded-back into mediocrity in the biz, after the flame of the win went out. Just another good singer without any degree of the “X” factor that the business requires for long term success in a crowded and manipulated music field.

huleowife

June 29th, 2011
6:26 pm

I will love to see Javier win and at the same time Beverly puts her all into every song she sang. Vicci is okay, but Dia should sing gospel so that the Holy Spirit can bring explosive emotions out of her. She has a sweet timid voice that should be for children.

Erinn

June 29th, 2011
6:37 pm

I live in the Seattle area where Vicci’s from. I heard that she actually did write her original song that she sang last night. I wonder if the other three wrote their own song, I doubt it. She’s been performing in the area since she was 19, I saw her back then at a Harley Motorcycle event. Go Vicci, she’s been working her butt off and is a great singer and person.

ada e

June 29th, 2011
7:00 pm

it was an incredible show, great entertainment……but way too long! i went in assuming an hour, naive one that i am! all along i thought javier was a slam-dunk…but really appreciate the talents of everyone. (though beverly bothers me. she’s talented, yes, but not my style and her look is off-putting.) i was pissed off that christina and adam talked about the shadow dancers rather than dia. really unfair to her, i thought. adam at least led with positive commentarty….christina went on and on about the dancers, with faint praise for dia’s performance. very unprofessional. i have a crush on blake shelton, i must admit. really don’t get christina’s popularity—not a fan of her voice. cee lo a character, but interesting and appreciative of everyone’s talents, overall. ditto adam. seems that all of the coaches genuinely love their singers…..how cool is that? they have gotten invaluable contacts in the biz, regardless of who wins. haven’t watched AI for years…..this was good.

Jadicus

June 29th, 2011
7:57 pm

I enjoyed the whole show. I think the duets confused people some b/c you’re actually not supposed to vote based on the duets and solo, just the solo. I knew to compartmentalize the two and just enjoy the duets for what they were supposed to be…pure entertainment. The solo songs for the most part ranged from ‘bleh’ to fairly good (vicci, bev, jav, and then dia). But like most people, I ended up voting for what I liked throughout the whole season, not just the final episode.

My thoughts on the singers:

Vicci: Strong stage performer, shakiest vocally of the four but believable in delivery. Tiny little dynamo. Sounds a lot like other singers (not necessarily a bad thing).

Bev: Where have you been these past 20 years? 6 albums out and it’s sad no one’s given her a chance. Like Vicci, strong on stage, easily connects with the audience, powerhouse vocalist. Like Vicci, too many other singers sound like her.

Dia: The stylistic singer of the group. Definite command of her artistry, despite not having a powerhouse voice (had to find her on YT to find out she was in a indie folk/rock band, her stuff on there is pretty good). Blake Shelton’s reasoning, the show’s called “The Voice” for a reason, not “The Vocalists”. Sounds like herself on anything.

Javier: Damned good. Excellent control, strong voice, with style. Unfortunately, his chosen style of singing is filled with others just as good in his field. He’d need a strong song to propel him forward in the industry (just like in country music, where a lot of male singers sound alike, it’ll have to be the song that propels him forward).

oscar

June 29th, 2011
8:05 pm

voice has the best american show on tv.. american idol doesnt even get close to this show,congrats to the peolpe who made this happen very sharp and talent…… this show is perfect!!!

G

June 29th, 2011
9:00 pm

*In the voice of The Rock* FINALLY! I HAVE VOTED FOR A WINNER! Javier wins! Javier wins! Javier wins!

sonj

June 29th, 2011
9:05 pm

YES!!! JAVIER!!! HE DESERVES THIS!! @ade e, I agree with some of your comments, but Christina is the bomb!! Her voice is amazing!!

Tracy

June 29th, 2011
9:41 pm

Guys I thought the Voice was on tonight, I need for someone to let me know when the show will be back on!

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