Artists Fight to Keep Their Spot on Team Niall in ‘The Voice’ Early Release Knockout
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The Voice Season 24 has shared an early release Knockout from next Monday’s new episode, featuring Team Niall artists Claudia B., Huntley, and Noah Spencer. All three artists delivered incredible performances, making coach Niall Horan’s choice difficult.
The Voice Shares Early Release Knockout on Team Niall
Claudia B. started things off with a soulful performance of “Don’t Know Why” by Norah Jones, while playing the keyboard. Claudia used to be on John Legend’s team, but she was stolen by Horan in the Battles.
Next up was Huntley, who delivered a powerhouse rendition of Bon Jovi’s “Wanted Dead or Alive.” Huntley turned all four coaches’ chairs with his Blind Audition earlier in the season, before choosing to join Horan’s team.
Last to perform was Noah Spencer, who gave a gritty performance of The SteelDrivers’ “Where Rainbows Never Die” while playing guitar. Noah turned three coaches’ chairs in his Blind Audition, ultimately choosing to join Team Niall.
“How are you gonna decide, Niall?” Legend wondered during Noah’s performance, demonstrating just how amazing all three artists were. Horan responded, “I don’t know.”
What Did the Coaches Think of the Knockout?
Gwen Stefani complimented all three artists, telling Claudia that she “enjoyed it so much” and asking Huntley, “Have you ever sang out of tune in your life?” She also told Noah that he’s “so authentic.”
Meanwhile, Legend told his former artist Claudia that it was “the first time I felt like I got to see the full you in all of your glory.” He told Huntley that he’s “so thoroughly perfect and excellent every single time.” He added that he “just became a Noah fan today.”
Reba McEntire told Claudia that she was a “huge fan” of her performance, and she thought Huntley had the perfect song choice. She told Noah that he made her feel like she was “sitting on the back porch of my home.”
Horan said it was “the best Knockout I’ve ever seen on this show.” We’ll have to wait until Monday night’s new episode of The Voice on NBC to find out who Horan chose to keep on his team.