‘The Voice’ season 18 proceeded with the visually impaired tryouts with another round of exhibitions during the March 9 scene however just a single vocalist got the pined for 4-seat turn.
The Voice season 18 visually impaired tryouts are well in progress and the ability just continues astounding the mentors. The main artist up is Anaya Cheyenne, a 16-year-old from Atlanta. She sings a shocking interpretation of “I’ll Never Love Again” from A Star Is Born. Kelly Clarkson and Blake Shelton both turn for Anaya. Nick Jonas supports Kelly as the best mentor for Anaya. Kelly concedes that she didn’t have Anaya’s range at 16 and needs to prepare her to make a record and go on visit. Anaya goes with Kelly as her mentor! Kelly likewise captures Mandi Thomas after her operatic exhibition.
Jacob Miller makes everybody swoon with his strong version of Bob Dylan‘s “The Times They Are a-Changin'” on The Voice arrange. Kelly turns first, trailed by Blake and Nick. Despite Jacob’s decision, Nick says he needs to invest some energy in the studio with him and keep in touch with certain tunes. From that point forward, it’s really evident who Jacob will pick — NICK!
Jon Mullins belts out Andy Grammer‘s “Don’t Give Up On Me” for the mentors. Blake is the main mentor to turn. Scratch concedes he may take Jon later and laments not turning his seat. Jon is Team Blake! Blake likewise gets Jacob Daniel Murphy in his group after his exhibition. John Legend reveals to Jacob that the nature of his voice is “extremely extraordinary” and Nick accepts he committed an error in not turning his seat.
Zan Fiskum is up straightaway and her presentation of Maggie Rogers‘ hit “Light On” is fabulous. Scratch promptly turns for Zan, trailed by John and Kelly. Scratch says that Zan left him “puzzled” and Kelly includes that Zan has “nearness without attempting.” In the end, Zan picks John as her mentor!
Scratch snatches Roderick Chambers for his group after Roderick’s stunning presentation of “Back at One” by Brian McKnight. Jules amazes the mentors with her inventive version of Cage the Elephant‘s “Ain’t No Rest for the Wicked.” Blake and Kelly turn their seats for the adolescent. Blake accepts he can make it to the finale with Jules, however she goes with Team Kelly!
Michael Williams is so grateful to be on The Voice after his fight with ulcerative colitis. The 18-year-old is prepared to make the following stride and needs a mentor to assist him with associating sincerely with his voice. Scratch turns his seat at last for Michael and is eager to mentor the child. The last execution of the night is from Mike Jerel. Very quickly, Nick and John turn their seats while Mike keeps on singing “It’s a’s Man’s World.” Kelly and Blake likewise turn, making this the main 4-seat turn of the night. Everybody needs Mike in their group since they know he’s a leader. Mike brings his mother out and she needs him to pick John. He tunes in to his mother and goes with Team John!