The World’s Best contestants are gearing up for an epic face-off this Wednesday! The Battle Rounds are here and we’ll FINALLY get to see our favorite acts go head to head. Who will come out on top?
Dimash Vs. Sister Cristina
The 6-octave man and The Singing Nun will attempt to out-sing each other tomorrow evening and this is literally music to our ears. How does The World’s Best pair up these epic face-offs? It sort of seems like Sister Cristina is being set up.
The Singing Nun proved victor of The Voice Italy in 2014…but is that enough to compete with a singer like Dimash? Dimash is literally a global superstar and a musical prodigy of our generation.
The 24-year-old Kazakh native is a superstar in the making. Dimash already holds the title for Grand Prix of Slavianski Bazaar in Vitebsk, Belarus. What truly put Dimash on the map was competing in China’s Singer back in 2017. It’s probably safe to say that Dimash is the one to beat in The World’s Best competition.
Sister Cristina definitely held her own during her initial performance but it is very unlikely that she can “out-sing” Dimash. Some users compared The Singing Nun’s chops to that of a karaoke artist. Ouch.
Justin Flom Vs. Jordan McKnight
The King Of Cards vs. The Twisted Sister. How are these two even in the same category? It makes no sense at all. The problem is how do you compare two talents that are completely different in nature?
Unfortunately for viewers Jordan’s contortionist act was edited as apart of a montage for the show. So technically we can’t even guess how the two acts will compare.
Manami Ito Vs. Daneliya Tuleshova
The Miracle Violinist and The Vocal Wonder took The World’s Best stage by storm and stole the hearts of America. Manami advanced on to the Battle Rounds with an impressive score of 86. Her competitor, Daneliya, completely swept the competition and received a 96 as her total score.
Now, the American judges and The Wall Of The World will have to choose between the two undeniable talents.
Enkh Vs. Lydian
Up next: The Mongolian Cowboy vs. The Mini Maestro. It would make more sense to have the singers up against one another, then the musicians, and so forth. From there the judges could determine the “best” from those categories and proceed. It just feels a bit all over the place.
As of now the catergories are divided as follows – Solo Music, Group Music, Solo Variety, and Group Variety. These judges seriously have their work cut out for them. How do any of these acts compare? We can’t wait to find out what other acts are paired together and how they’ll actually be judged. There’s so much excitement in the unknown!
The World’s Best airs tomorrow evening at 9pm on CBS.
Check out the teaser below.