‘The Voice’ Blind Auditions You Probably Forgot About — Morgan Wallen, Melanie Martinez, Loren Allred, More
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It’s no secret that the Blind Auditions are the most exciting part of The Voice. During this round, new faces come to the stage, hopeful to impress the coaching panel with their vocal abilities.
Over the years, fans have witnessed a variety of impressive Blind Auditions on the singing competition series. Here’s eight remarkable Blind Auditions, that are often forgot, but deserve way more love.
The Voice Blind Auditions You Probably Forgot About
1. Morgan Wallen
Singing to Howie Day’s “Collide,” Morgan Wallen turned the chairs of both Shakira and Usher. Following the performance, Usher emphasized Wallen’s “unique” vocals. The Knoxville native originally planned to be a baseball superstar but pursued singing after suffering from a devastating elbow injury.
2. Melanie Martinez
During the Blind Auditions, Melanie Martinez put her own spin on “Toxic” by Britney Spears. This rendition earned her a spot on Team Adam. Martinez instantly attracted attention with her distinct, breathy tone, and two-toned hair. While it must be admitted that she wasn’t the most impressive in the technical aspect, Martinez stood out on the creative side.
3. Cassadee Pope
As the lead vocalist of the pop punk band Hey Monday, Cassadee Pope effortlessly impressed during her audition. Pope sang “Torn” by Ednaswap, she turned all chairs with this powerful performance. Pope went on to win Season 3 of The Voice.
4. Christina Grimmie
Christina Grimmie was 19 years old when auditioned for The Voice with Miley Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball.” Turning all four chairs around, Grimmie obtained genuine praises from all coaches. The late YouTube star impressively placed third during the competition.
Appearing on season 21 of The Voice, Libianca sang “Good Days” by Sza. The amazing performance was able to convince Ariana Grande and Blake Shelton to press their buttons. In the end, Libianca chose Shelton to be her coach.
6. Loren Allred
In Season 3 of The Voice, BGT standout Loren Allred took the stage. Interestingly, was before Loren Allred performed “Never Enough” in The Greatest Showman. The Voice definitely aided in her rise to fame.
7. E. G. Daily
On Season 5 of The Voice, Rugrats voice actor, E.G. Daily took the stage. She took on the singing competition when she was in a time period where “I felt kind of depleted. I felt drained and wasn’t sure what I really wanted to be doing with my career anymore.”
8. Dave Crosby
This singer took The Voice stage after finding internet fame with his adorable daughter. Dave Crosby and his daughter, Claire, rose to fame on YouTube as a singing father-daughter duo. The coaches knew who he was right away, once he mentioned his daughter.