Fans Think This Is One Of The BEST ‘The Voice’ Blind Auditions Ever [VIDEO]
A blind audition on The Voice doesn’t have to turn four chairs to be considered one of the best. Take, for instance, Nina Kraljić, who appeared on The Voice of Croatia in 2015.
Nina’s audition only turned two coaches’ chairs, but one look at online comments shows that viewers believe she’s one of the best contestants in the franchise’s history. Check out her performance below.
Nina Kraljić Auditions For ‘The Voice Of Croatia’
For her blind audition, Nina performed “Beneath Your Beautiful” by Labrinth and Emili Sandé. She showed off an angelic voice that impressed coach Jacques Houdek, who turned his chair for her.
Tony Cetinski also turned around for Nina’s performance. The other two judges chose not to hit their buttons, which has confused many fans watching online. Video of Nina’s audition has over two million views on YouTube.
“One of the best performances ever worldwide on The Voice,” one commenter wrote. “I can’t believe that there is so much talent in Croatia that two judges didn’t bother to hit the button.”
Nina chose to join Jacques’ team, and she went on to win the first season of The Voice of Croatia. She earned over a million votes in the finale, and later released her first single, “Zaljuljali Smo Svijet.”
Nina Competes In Eurovision 2016
In 2016, Nina was chosen to represent Croatia at the Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm, Sweden. She competed with a song called “Lighthouse.” Nina made it all the way to the final, coming in 23rd place.
Later that year, Nina released her debut album Samo. She’s also worked as a voiceover artist in the Croatian dubs of several movies and TV shows, including iCarly and Victorious.
In December of last year, Nina released a new album called Čuvaj Me. She’s also been announced as a finalist for Dora 2021, Croatia’s competition to choose who will represent the country in Eurovision. She’ll perform the song “Rijeka.” You can keep up with Nina on Instagram.
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