‘The Voice’ Contestant Turns All Four Chairs On The First Note [VIDEO]
It’s already impressive to turn all four coaches’ chairs on The Voice, but it’s even more incredible to do it in the first ten seconds of the song. That’s what happened to Jennie Lena, who auditioned for The Voice of Holland in 2015.
The coaches were in awe of Jennie’s spectacular range and long-held high notes. Check out her blind audition in the video below, and read on to learn more about Jennie’s journey on the show.
Jennie Lena Turns Four Chairs On ‘The Voice Of Holland’
As soon as Jennie opened her mouth to start singing “Who’s Lovin’ You” by the Jackson 5, all four judges were on board with her voice. They wasted no time hitting their buttons to turn around and hope the singer would join their team.
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The performance only got better from there, and the coaches got to witness the whole thing. At one point, coach Sanne Hans lowered her head onto her button. When Jennie hit a particularly impressive high note, they got out of their chairs and cheered for her.
The video of Jennie’s audition currently has over 51 million views on YouTube, with many viewers commenting on the singer’s incredible talent. “This is literally perfection. Not a single note out of tune,” one commenter wrote.
Did Jennie Go On To Win The Show?
This might come as a shock, but Jennie Lena didn’t win Season 6 of The Voice of Holland. She chose Anouk as her coach and made it all the way to fourth place, but she wasn’t crowned the winner.
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In 2016, Postmodern Jukebox invited Jennie to work with them. Her vintage blues cover of Bon Jovi’s “You Give Love a Bad Name” has over 3 million views. Jennie was the first European artist to work with the group.
Jenna has released several albums and EPs. Last year, she put out an album called Analog Girl in a Digital World. Her audition on The Voice is considered one of the best in the franchise’s history, and we can’t disagree.