Best Blind Auditions Ever on ‘The Voice’ USA
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Spanning over two decades, The Voice USA has had tons of entertaining and thrilling Blind auditions. From exciting chair turns to tactical blocks, it’s definitely fun to see coaches fight over a contestant.
Top 5 Best The Voice USA Auditions, Ever
5. Jordan Smith
Hailing from Harlan, Kentucky, Jordan Smith introduced himself on The Voice stage as a promising artist. During the Blinds, he sang “Chandelier” by Sia, which made all coaches to turn. This performance made a remarkable rise in terms of social media views, reaching over 15 million views on YouTube within 24 hours.
4. Wendy Moten
With her strong and bold vocals alongside her interactive dynamic with the audience, Wendy Moten seemed to have entered The Voice as a special guest performer and not as an auditionee. She performed “We Can Work It Out” by The Beatles, convincing all four judges to turn their chairs.
3. Christina Grimmie
No one will ever forget how Christina Grimmie owned the stage with her impactful and distinct version of Miley Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball.” Undeniably, this audition remains to be one of the best Blind Auditions ever on The Voice. Surely, heaven gained an angel in Grimmie.
2. Morgan Myles
Performing Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah,” Morgan Myles impressed so much that each coach turned their chairs. Indeed, with her experience as musician, Myles has gained enough knowledge on how to impress the crowd. It’s no surprising that she reached the Finale of Season 22.
1. Girl Named Tom
Girl Named Tom is a folk music sibling trio from Pettisville, Ohio. During their audition, Bekah Grace Liechty, Joshua Liechty, and Caleb Liechty amazed the coaches with their comforting vocals and powerful harmony. Singing “Helplessly Hoping” by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, they successfully managed to turn all four chairs in Season 21.