Powerful Vocalist Has Adam Levine Standing On Top Of His Chair On ‘The Voice’
Judith Hill is such a good singer, she took The Voice to new heights…literally! It’s not often that we get to see Adam Levine climb to the very top of his chair to applaud a singer for their exceptional performance. Check out Judith’s spin on “What A Girl Wants” by Christina Aguilera in 2013.
Judith Hill Has Adam Levine Up Out Of His Seat On ‘The Voice’
Judith was already a legend in the music world prior to her audition. She was slated to perform as Michael Jackson’s duet partner during the This Is It concert tour. From the very first note of her Blind Audition on The Voice, it became apparent that she has had years of experience being on stage.
Adam and Usher both hit their buttons in record time. Shakira also turned her chair. Much to their surprise, cowboy Blake Shelton turned his chair midway through the performance. When Judith hit an iconic high note, Adam was so impressed that he climbed up his chair and stood on top of it. He clapped his hands and made it very clear that he would fight for Judith to be on his team. This tactic worked because she did choose to be on Team Adam.
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In the Battle Rounds, Judith went up against Karina Iglesias singing “It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World.” She moved on to The Knockouts singing “Always on My Mind” which was enough to send her to the Live Shows. For three weeks, Judith dominated the competition with her larger-than-life performances.
She decided to take a risk in the fourth week singing “#thatPOWER” by will.i.am feat. Justin Bieber. She was shockingly eliminated from the competition. Judith’s elimination definitely came as a huge surprise to the coaches and the audience. Check out the What’s Hot Video below for the 10 most shocking eliminations on talent shows ever.
Where Is She Now?
After her shocking elimination from The Voice, Judith was one of the backup singers that was featured in the Oscar-winning documentary 20 Feet from Stardom. This led up to Judith singing background vocals for Josh Groban’s album All That Echoes and opened up for him on tour.
She also was the opening act for The Voice coach John Legend’s #AllOfMe tour. In 2015, Judith got the chance to work with Prince at Paisley Park. He produced her album Back In Time and later released it. She was one of the people on a private flight with Prince the night he fell unconscious and had to be rushed to the hospital. He died in 2016 which came as a major shock to Judith after the pair struck up a professional and personal relationship.
Recently, Judith sang a duet with Andra Day to honor late artist David Bowie.
Judith is releasing an album called Baby, I’m Hollywood in March 2021. In the meantime, she has teased her fans by releasing songs and music videos off of the album.
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Were you shocked when Judith was eliminated from The Voice?