For the others, you could kinda tell who Adam liked more anyway, so you could tell who he was gonna pick.
Adam and Christina have been guilty of this in the past. Adam bro's out with his dudes, while Christina loves her some pop girls.
Worst one (difficult-wise) was the two black chicks...holy shite those girls can sing
Theresa and Trevin both did really well.
I always find it odd that the coaches pair up some of their stronger singers. The coaches know who are the top and bottom feeders at this point, and they even know who they expect to do well in live rounds, or even who they want to see continue on. It shouldn't be hard to keep your best singers around. And don't give me the you wanted a competitive battle so you paired 2 talented people together.
I couldn't believe he didn't pick Avery...obviously the better singer
They really are against youth in this show, as opposed to Xfactor and Idol. The Voice really isn't all that much into the working the stage performances, and dancing. That comes later in the live rounds when they have background dancers and such, but it definitely doesn't enforce that "total package" type deal.
I don't think Diego is gonna do very well in the live rounds.
I'm just not sure if America will vote for him(Nicholas)
I agree on both. Diego doesn't do anything for me, and Nicholas I don't feel will connect well with the voters.
Adam's team was pretty talented top to bottom actually.
I thought he had the best team headed into the battle rounds, but he did lose some very good/talented singers. For Adam I thought Nicole was a front runner for this entire competition, and Michelle-Brooks was a great singer as well. Some big time talent he let go. Adam really does love Melanie's unique sound, and her experimental/different style. Cee Lo also got rid of some very good singers, Terisa and Avery. I thought they were either great singers or great entertainers. Avery was someone I believed to be another front runner for the entire competition.
This post was edited on 10/29 at 10:50 pm