Meet ‘The Voice’ Team Chance Front-Runner Trio Sorelle
There’s no denying that Ohio natives Sorelle, also known as The Heichel Sisters, have become a fan favorite on this season of The Voice. Since they’re going into the Playoffs, let’s get to know everything about these sisters.
Who is Sorelle? How Were They Formed?
When it comes to trio’s many wonder who the group really came to be. Sisters, Madi, Ana and Bella rose to fame after posting a TikTok cover of “All About That Bass” by Meghan Trainor. The cover even impressed the singer, her “like” and repost helped Sorelle rise to fame.
Soon after, they appeared on Nickelodeon’s America’s Most Musical Family, in 2019. Apparently, the group originally was a duo featuring Madi and Ana, but while they were on the Nickelodeon show, they mentioned to producers that they also had a younger sister. Producers then asked the sisters to film a video of them all singing together, and modern day Sorelle was created! Bella’s first ever performance with her sisters was on national TV on the show.
Due to their social media popularity, they currently post daily with content featuring, song covers, viral dances, fashion videos, and more. In addition, the sisters appear live 5 days a week for one hour. They currently have 3.2 million followers on the social media platform.
According to their website, their group name, Sorellé, is Italian for sisters. Since they are proud of their Italian roots and are sisters, they knew the name was perfect for them.
Their Journey on The Voice
Sorelle made their first appearance on The Voice singing Queen’s “Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy.” They turned the chairs of both show veteran Blake Shelton, and new coach Chance The Rapper. They chose to join Team Chance and have seriously soared through the competition.
In the Battle Round, they performed “Someone Like You” by Adele alongside Manasseh Samone. They then totally shined performing The Jacksons’ “Blame It on The Boogie” in the Knockout Rounds. This group has truly developed into electrifying performers with the help of Chance The Rapper. Now, they’re set to perform “Something’s Got a Hold on Me” by Etta James in the first round of the Playoffs.
Be sure to continue tuning into The Voice season 23 to see how far Sorelle gets in the competition. The Voice is currently airing on Mondays, on NBC at 8 p.m. ET.