The Voice season 3 auditions are racing to a finish and judges/coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Cee Lo Green and Christina Aguilera have very few spots left on their teams to fill. The remaining singers competing for those coveted spots tonight are going to have to give truly spectacular performances if they hope to make it past The Voice 2012 season 3 auditions to the battle rounds.
Last night on The Voice 2012 season 3 auditions, fans enjoyed some deliciously fabulous performances from some of the best talent seen so far this season. The Voice season 3 winner could very well have been among them. Or, perhaps, he or she is waiting in the wings tonight to make their debut appearance on stage in The Voice season 3 auditions this evening. Personally, I’m hoping they have saved some of the best for last and we’ll be seeing some truly awesome talent on the show tonight in our The Voice 2012 live season 3 recap!
WARNING: THE VOICE 2012 SEASON 3 SPOILERS AHEAD!
This post contains The Voice 2012 season 3 spoilers from the blind auditions round 4. Please stop reading here if you do not want to know what happened!
Going into The Voice season 3 auditions tonight, coach Adam Levine currently has the most singers lined up for his team, 14, with only two spots left to fill. Cee Lo Green and Christina Aguilera both have three spots left. Blake Shelton caught up quite a bit last night on his numbers, but he is still trailing behind the rest with four spots left on his team. Here is how The Voice season 3 teams stack up currently:
Team Adam Levine: Loren Allred, Benji, Michelle Brooks-Thompson, Adanna Duru, Alessandra Guercio, Sam James, Bryan Keith, Joe Kirkland, Brandon Mahone, Melanie Martinez, Collin McLoughlin, Samuel Mouton, Nicole Nelson, Brian Scartocci
Team Cee Lo Green: J.R. Aquino, MacKenzie Bourg, Nicholas David, DOMO, Emily Earle, Trevin Hunte, Todd Kessler, Alexis Marceaux, Daniel Rosa, Ben Taub, Diego Val, Mycle Wastman, Avery Wilson
Team Christina Aguilera: Aquile, Beat Frequency, De’Borah, Devyn DeLoera, Dez Duron, Adriana Louise, MarissaAnn, Nelly’s Echo, Paulina, Jordan Pruitt, Joselyn Rivera, Lisa Scinta, Laura Vivas
Team Blake Shelton: 2Steel Girls, Lelia Broussard, Julio Cesar Castillo, Suzanna Choffel, Kelly Crapa, Liz Davis, Terisa Griffin, Gracia Harrison, Ryan Jirovec, Terry McDermott, Casey Muessigmann, Michaela Paige
Who will be the star of tonight’s The Voice 2012 season 3 auditions? Which of The Voice season 3 judges will get bragging rights for filling up their last team spot first? Our The Voice 2012 live season 3 recap starts now!
Egyptian native Sylvia Yacoub is inspired by her mother, who was not allowed to pursue her dreams in her home country because she is a woman. Sylvia performs “Only Girl In The World” and she is terrific! Christina, Cee Lo and Blake all hit their buttons for Sylvia.
Judges: Christina thinks it was a tough song choice and it was a great performance. She thinks Sylvia has a lot in common with her. Blake likes how she just got better and better through the whole song. He jokes that her name is country enough for his team. Ceel los says she is the only girl in the world and she needs to join his team. Alas for Cee Lo, Sylvia decides to join Team Christina.
AJ Quin grow up on a pig farm in North Carolina. He has a very unusually high voice, but he knows those judges are going to spin for him. AJ gives a not great performance of “Virtual Insanity” and none of the judges hit their buttons.
Judges: Adam says he thought he was listening to a girl singing and the song was strained. Christina says she loves his energy, but he pushed it too hard. No team for AJ.
Next up is Charlie Rey, who has been working with his dad for seven years but wants to break out and be a singer. Charlie manages to snag both Blake and Adam with his performance of “Home”.
Judges: Blake says Charlie is cool and confident and he liked the version of the song. Cee Lo says he was loving the performance. Adam says he sounds refined and did a great job. Charlie decides to go with Team Blake.
Amanda Brown is a gospel church singer, but she loves to sing all kinds of music. She performs “Why Don’t You Come Over” and it looks like maybe she won’t be turning any judges. Luckily, Cee Lo find something he likes and decides he is going to hit his button.
Judges: Cee Lo says she did a great job and pulled out the best moments of the song. Christina thought she was right on. Amanda is on Team Cee Lo by default.
Now up we have the oldest performer of the season with Yolanda Barber, who has been singing for 45 years. She performs “Get Here If You Can” and it is kind of sad when none of the judges hit their buttons.
Judges: Christina says she was just not the kind of sound she is looking for. Cee Lo says she is a seasoned vocalist and did a great job.
On the stage now we have kind of a famous face with Hey Monday’s Cassadee Pope. Cassadee found success and toured the world with her band, but now she is ready to go solo. She gives a terrific performance of “Torn” and gets the only four judge spin of the night! Could we have a future The Voice season 3 winner here?
Judges: Adam turns first, followed by Christina, Blake and finally Cee Lo. Adam and Christina give Cassadee a standing ovation. Christina thinks she could go all the way and she is great, the song was done beautifully. Adam says he would be totally honored to have her on his team. Cee Lo thinks she gave a great performance and it was a wonderful job; she was totally cool. Blake thinks she is a superstar in the making because there is no one like her out there. Cassadee apparently takes Blake’s flattery to heart because she decides to pick Team Blake.
That’s it for our The Voice 2012 live recap of the blind auditions round 7. Join us here again next week for more The Voice 2012 season 3 recaps as the competition continues. Check out more on The Voice 2012 at our partner site, TheVoiceFandom.com. Bookmark us or friend us on Facebook or Twitter for all the latest celebrity gossip, entertainment news, TV recaps and more!
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