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The Voice Season 5: Blind Auditions Part 2 - Great Performances

Posted on 09/25/2013 by Jessica in The Voice

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The Voice Season 5 Blind Auditions Round 2 Tessanne Chin

by Jessica Blackwell


The second round of season five blind auditions began as more contestants took the stage, hoping to have one of the mega-star judges turn their chair around. Here are the best performances from the night:


Jacque Lee

This sixteen year old from New Jersey is extremely well rounded, but what she enjoys most is singing for sick children in the hospital. Bringing her gorgeous voice to the stage, she sang "Back to Black" turning both Blake and Christina's chairs. That's a pretty heavy song for a 16 year old!  As most young pop singers do, she chose Christina. Sorry Blake! 


Barry Black

I have to give this guy kudos for the most original performance of the night. First, he showed he has the ability imitate a horn with his voice, and then he performed the old school classic "What You Won't Do For Love" revealing an beautiful, soulful, voice. He's quirky, funny, and he's moving forward in the competition with Team Adam. 


Holly Henry

She described herself as awkward, but there was nothing awkward about her super unique raspy voice and her amazing version of Coldplay's The Scientist. All four chairs turned around for her and she'll have to get over her shyness pretty quickly because I can see her going very, very far in this competition. Blake pressed his button lightening fast, so Holly chose him as her coach. 


E.G Daily

Already mildly famous, she's been in been in movies like Peewie Herman and Valley of the Dolls and has given a voice to many cartoon characters, including Tommy Pickles form Rugrats. She decided that it was time to put her own voice out there and attempt to win The Voice. Cee-lo clearly appreciated her funkiness, she went with Blake as he coach. 


Tessanne Chin

She has got to be the most diverse contestant to ever take The Voice stage! She is of Chinese, Cherokee, English, and Black descent. Born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica, she grew up on reggae music and even toured with a reggae legend. Even before she really revealed how amazing her voice was, all four chairs were turned around. She performed the best cover of Pink's "Try"I have ever heard. There was a fight, but in the end, Adam won this amazing artist. 


Next week the blind auditions continue, and it looks like we have a big fight in store as the judges argue of a very young contestant. She must be pretty special!  Stay tuned to find out! 


The Voice airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8pm EST on NBC. 


(Image Courtesy of NBC) 




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