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Sadie Bass is having an emotional moment after

Sadie Bass is having an emotional moment after auditioning for “The Voice”. Photo: NBC

When did we last leave? the sound Season 22, at the end of Monday’s premiere, pop/pop glamorous singer Kate Calvatsch was still trading between Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, or my new coach Camila Cabello. Blake had a rough night, failing to recruit a single singer, while Camilla was off to a solid start, even recording some country artists and two four-seat contestants. But at the top of Tuesday’s episode of Blind Auditions, the cliffhanger issue is resolved: Kate joins Team Blake, and thus, Blake is back in the game.

With that away, Blind Auditions continued apace, and soon Blake had to fight his wife, Gwen, for another country artist, 25-year-old Sadie Bass. Sadie has suffered from stage fright since childhood, so no one but her close family knew she could sing or write songs. So, she decided to face her fears at their fullest, jumping deep, and in a way imaginable: on national television, on one of America’s top shows, front-runner among four of the biggest pop stars on the planet.

“Can I have another minute? I’m so sorry,” Sadie trembled in front of the producers backstage, before finally gathering herself to sing “Stupid Boy” by Keith Urban. Her temper was noticeable, especially in the shaky first stanza, but her natural talent was also evident. And when the show’s powerful couple finally turned for her, her self-confidence grew…even though she almost fled the stage the moment her performance ended, she was overwhelmed by the moment.

“Oh my God, I almost passed out,” Sadie gasped in relief. But she was smiling.

“I’ve had stage fright my whole life, 25 years — and today, I just got over it with you guys,” Sadie confessed to Blake and Gwen.

“A fear of the stage can stop anyone from opening up. And honestly, do you ever push yourself into this scariest, scariest situation in a performance? This Welcome A way to get over your fear, there is. So, congratulations. You did it!” Blake said.

Blake clearly expressed sympathy for Sadie, but Gwen, with the sleeves tailored from the heart, spoke more softly and gently to Sadie’s predicament, telling her, “Sometimes you just need that person who can be a mirror to yourself and say, ‘Listen: You’re really cool.'” You just need to let it lose now. So, my training will just be building for you.”

Thus, Blake’s luck took another turn for the worse. Sadie, despite the fact that she was praying that Blake would turn for her, decided to go “opt tide” and join Gwen’s team. “I think I’m her best coach,” said Camilla – a woman who wrestles herself with stage terrors, and has not performed for live audiences prior to auditioning. X 15-year-old worker – softly pronounced, “I agree.”

However, Blake had better luck overall on Tuesday, recruiting a singer named Kevin Hawkins who would have been a perfect John Legend, and even scoring “ace in the hole”, Brayden Lape, thanks to his supposed new opponent, Camila. nations. Was that a long strategy on Camilla’s part, to hand one of the season’s most promising newcomers to Blake’s team? I suppose we’ll find out soon. Meanwhile, these were other successful tests on Tuesday:

Queen Lee, 13: “Little Sky”

Representing her culture in classic mariachi style, this mega-voiced little girl immediately catches the attention of fellow Latin artist Camila. “I the love Camila yells that you sing a mariachi song, after she and Rina spoke a little Spanish. “I’m so proud of our culture, and all of this music is a beautiful thing to take advantage of.” Then Camila suggested that Rina take some chances with unexpected mariachi interpretations of Billie Eilish songs for example. This could have backfired on Camila, but Rina seemed intrigued by the idea.

Who turned? Camilla and Gwen, they both jumped out of their red chair and started dancing.

result: Camila’s team of course. Gwen didn’t stand a chance.

Bryce Leatherwood, 22: “Goodbye Time”

With a name destined to end up in the Aubrey marquee (Blake asked “Was there a country name other than Leatherwood?”), farm boy Brick seemed destined to end up on Blake’s team. He even denounced Blake’s famous version of Conway’s Tweety Standard—which Blake, who was “surprised” with Bryce’s deep, Scotty McCreary voice, quipped, “You have excellent taste in music!” Gwen tried to play the country card, but it didn’t work this time. seldom do that.

Who turned? Blake, Gwen, and John.

result: Blake’s team, of course. Gwen and John didn’t get a chance.

Alyssa Witrado, 19: “Don’t Speak”

In terms of the song No Doubt tear-jerking apart due to her parents’ bitter divorce, this teen is really heart and gut bound. Camila seemed more excited about the song choice than Gwen, singing with every word like Stephanie’s super fan, but her enthusiasm could only get through so far. “Camilla, you don’t have a bullet,” said John, and Blake agreed, warning her, “You’re wasting your time here.” Camila Flow praised Alyssa for making the song her own and not trying to imitate Gwen’s unique vocal style, but when Gwen tells Alyssa, “You’re the perfect, perfect dream girl for me,” Camilla must have realized that Jon and Blake were right.

Who turned? Gwen and Camilla.

result: Gwen’s team of course.

Devix: “heat waves”

An indie singer influenced by British buzz bands like Daughter and Foals, Devix distorted a beautiful version of Glass Animals crossover and charmed coaches with his powerful powdery voices and slow, sleepy delivery. He might be my favorite contestant of season 22 so far. Gwen loved his “personal voice”; John thought it was “magic” as well as “distinctive and commercial”. Camilla said Davex would perfectly fill the “independent hole” open in her team. This could go any way.

Who turned? John, Camilla, and Gwen; Blake declined, not thinking he was “cool enough” for Davex. Perhaps a wise decision.

result: Camila’s team. Thus, its independent position has already been filled with the second ring.

Cillo, 22: “Just the Two of Us”

Cello, a church singer who dreams of writing and producing behind the scenes, seemed a logical fit for the multi-hyphenated John. I instantly dug into this nerd hipster vibe. Camila described him as a “cool, adorable cat” and has appreciated that he didn’t immediately come up with all the tricks, runs, and tricks, instead keeping his few carefully orchestrated tricks for the end of the performance. “I can really imagine listening to your recordings in the car,” she said agitated.

Who turned? John and Camila.

result: Camila’s team, which was no surprise after her bold sales pitch: She was “ready to get on my knees and beg” for this guy!

Kevin Hawkins, 27: “Isn’t She Lovely”

Wow, this guy was pure dynamite! Skilled artist, elegantly (this suits!), charisma, and sparkling voice, it’s no wonder this middle school piano teacher was a four-chair. “Your voice sounds like a drum. It sounds like a Grammy performance,” Gwen exclaimed to Kevin.

Who turned? All four coaches…but Gwen blocked Jon. John sighed, “The piano teacher who sings Stevie Wonder, I don’t have a chance to fight.” “I desire I can work with you, Kevin. I doubt John would have a chance to steal Kevin in fights or by knockout either.

result: Blake Team! Surprisingly, Gwen’s playing style helped her husband instead. “I Dislikes That Blake might be the winner,” Camilla said with regret.

Bryden Lab, 25: “This Town”

I didn’t expect such a breathtaking angelic voice to be emitted from this inexperienced little kid; He looked very serious, very pure and very beautiful. I can only assume this was some misleading editing, and that the Brayden test came out of order and was actually done after all the other coaches’ teams were full. why? Because it didn’t make sense for Blake to be the only coach that turned around. Additionally, Blake turned around Just After Camilla – who had already proven to be a cunning strategist – he forcefully urged Blake to press his button. Why doesn’t she want Camilla Brayden for herself? Why did she want to be Blake? Mind manipulates.

Who turned? Just Blake.

result: Blake’s team. “I tell you, you’ll thank me later,” Camila said to her rival. “This guy is your secret weapon.” I think the real secret is that Camilla plans to steal Brayden from Blake during the battle rounds.

Peyton Aldridge, 25: “Can’t You See”

John was “fascinated” by this sentimental country singer, telling him, “I felt like all that beautiful American music was flowing through you.” At first John and Peyton didn’t look alike, but when Peyton expressed his love for John’s signature song “Clooney” and then the two entertained on that love song, it kind of made sense. Gwen’s attempt to get Peyton to sing “Hullback Girl” was unsuccessful.

Who turned?: John, Gwen, and Blake…but Blake blocked him from John.

result: team legend! Let’s face it, Peyton might have ended up with Blake otherwise, so John’s decision to use his only block on this particular singer has paid off.

Thus, the episode ended with Blake running out of luck again. But come back next Monday, for more auditions for Blind Season 22.

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