The Voice’s Blind Auditions Cont’d: Savannah Berry Best of Night

The Voice’s Blind Auditions Cont’d: Savannah Berry Best of Night

NBC’s The Voice continued its coverage of the Blind Auditions with a slew of stellar performances.

Last night, the cute shy introvert, Michelle Chamuel, stunned on stage with her rendition of Katy Perry’s “I Kissed A Girl,” while Monique Abbadie’s entertainingly sultry performance of Shakira’s “Loca” had all four coaches’ chairs turned. To no surprise, Abbadie chose her idol Shakira as her coach, while Chamuel decided to pick Usher.

Tonight there was one performance that stood out from the rest.

The performance of the night goes to 17-year-old Texan Savannah Berry, who sang “Safe & Sound” by Taylor Swift ft. The Civil Wars.

Berry’s voice was so hauntingly beautiful.There’s such a pureness in the texture and quality of her voice that made her so completely captivating.

She colored the song with incredibly fluid runs, while performing with such depth and profound emotion.

All of the coaches, except Usher, turned their chairs for Berry’s performance.

However, Usher was quick to call himself an “idiot” for not turning around.

Blake Shelton expressed his fascination with Berry’s voice, while Shakira explained her hunger for winning The Voice, which she admitted to believing Berry could very well win.

Adam Levine emphasized to Berry that he believed in her first as he was the first to turn his chair, way before the other two coaches.

In the end, Berry chose Blake!

Who was your favorite performance of the night? Leave your thoughts below!

Photo By:Trae Patton/NBC

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