It can be said that the premiere of the 21st season sound It will show you a good time from the beginning and when Returning coaches Blake Shelton, John Legend and Kelly Clarkson teamed up with rookie Ariana Grande to turn “Hold On, I’m Coming and Respect” into the most amazing mixtapes since Olivia Newton-John and The Tubes in Xanadu. From there, we got down to very good blind auditions and found out not only what kind of panellists would be the new kid on the block (technically, technically, technically), but also who Chetek was (a button that plays “Thank you, Next” when you need a professional trainer ) to put the sock in it). What do you think about adding it to the Fab Four? Go to the comments after reviewing Monday’s advanced players.
A girl named Tom (Team Kelly), “Hope helpless” – Rating: A | This trio of extremely camera-friendly siblings gave me the goosebumps – and got four-seater coaches – with harmonies so gorgeous they could make Peter, Paul, and Mary say, “Daddy safe! When did Simon and Garfunkel have children? ”. Buzzer. Higher, more review tests in the past, for sure. but prettier? I do not think so.
Katie Ray (Ariana’s Team), “Bone” – Rating: C | I know you will be complaining about these classes, but according to the key of the TVLine poll, “C” is defined as “absolutely OK” and for me that’s all the 35-year-old has to offer about Maren Morris. The cycle of three chairs hit the notes so well – Kelly even compared its low notes to “sizzling butter” – I didn’t get any of it. (Plus, I might be dead inside. To be determined later.)
Pedi Chaves (Blake Team), “Heartbreak Hotel” – Grade: B | Sure, there was an element of trickery on the cover of Elvis enthusiasts: he was so honest with King, down to his manners, that Ariana said she wanted to hear more about the 19-year-old at his audition. But his voice was powerful and his performance was lively enough for Blake (and I) to “shoot for hell.”
Jonathan Mouton (Team Legend), “Keep the Door Open” – Grade: A | Starting his own company Blind in an eye-catching theatrical style, the son of the singer Motown decides to reveal himself during his “butter and butter” tours In fact It looks like. The cancer survivor was dazzling, right now, and so charming he shone. It is certainly more conspicuous than its role in the two chairs suggests, right?
Katherine Ann Muehler (Ariana’s Team), “We don’t have to undress” – Rating: A- | For one thing, this 22-year-old nanny props herself up to keep her face straight as she reinvents Jermaine Stewart’s dance from the 1980s as a hit song. Second, even Bigger Stands for a two seater bench to do this with a powerful, precise sound that is no less than pristine. I see Sia in the future of Ari fans …
Jack Rogan (Legend Team), “House of the Rising Sun” – rating: B- | I’m afraid his inexperience will overwhelm him. But during his first performance to a larger audience than “One Hundred Grandfathers” at the nursing home where he works, the 18-year-old beat Kelly and John almost immediately in a painful tone that didn’t hit much as he got out. your place because you want to sit on the edge to hear about it up close.
Kinsey Rose (Kelly’s Team), “Cowboy Take Me Away” – Rating: A- | The 35-year-old Nashville vet’s vocals were so elevated and crystalline on her Dixie Chicks cover that Kelly went so far as to use Block on Blake. Also good move: ok He hears Sunlight streaming down Kinsey’s throat (even if John is fucking her for being a little messy). A country through and through, you’ll go far, whether or not Blake has to steal it later to get there!
Von Mogul (Team Ariana), “Team A” – grade: B + | If the spring made a noise, the sound of this turn would be three-seaters. A 27-year-old Texan from the Philippines treated Ed Sheeran’s song with the sweetness of a May morning and with the precision of an architect plotting a graph from his notes. Patients singing by a registered nurse at work should receive very cheerful mini performances.
Wendy Moten (Team Blake), “We Can Work It Out” – Grade: A | The 56-year-old, a complete professional, hit of the 90s with the hit “Come In Out of the Rain” was waiting for her time as a backing vocalist. on the back – on the other side Ready to return to the light of day, she led all four coaching chairs, presenting a version of the Beatles classic Chaka Khan that was so powerful and energetic that she surprisingly never ran out of fuel. (Note: She never did; she had to have spare tanks!) By the time this was over, I was as exhausted as I liked. “This was my top 3 blind audition sound“All the time,” Blake shouted.
So what do you think about the premiere? And Grande on the coaching board? Rate them in the polls below, then add comments with more detailed reviews.