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5 Most Unforgettable Blind Auditions “The Voice” Gave Us

Nun from The Voice Italy singing on blind audition

“The Voice” has always been a breeding ground for extraordinary talent. The show’s most captivating moments are often the blind auditions, where singers lay it all out in the hopes of getting a chair turn. Over the years, we’ve seen auditions that not only captured the judges’ attention but also captivated fans worldwide.

So buckle up, as we take you on a whirlwind tour through five of the most unforgettable “The Voice” blind auditions. These performances had us hitting that replay button, and we bet they’ll do the same for you.

1. Karise Eden sings “It’s A Man’s World” (Australia, 2012).

The vocal powerhouse herself, Karise Eden had the judges spinning their chairs in unison. It’s as if Janis Joplin and Etta James had a love child, and she decided to grace “The Voice” stage.

2. Fernando Daniel performs “When We Were Young” by Adele (Portugal, 2016).

His first note was enough to cause instantaneous chair turns. Fernando Daniel’s rendition is so pure, it’s like he plucked the words right from Adele’s diary.

3. Sister Cristina Scuccia belts out “No One” by Alicia Keys (Italy, 2014).

Divine intervention or pure talent? Either way, Sister Cristina Scuccia breaks all the stereotypes. Imagine the Hallelujah Chorus but make it “The Voice.” From the pews to the stage, she’s got soul.

4. Катерина Бєгу offers a new spin on “Dragostea Din Tei” by O-Zone (Ukraine, 2019).

Катерина starts like a whispering angel before cranking up the vocal heat. This isn’t your ordinary rendition; it’s the opera-house version that somehow turns into a borderline rock concert.

5. Kennedy Holmes captivates with “Turning Tables” by Adele (USA, 2018)

Youthful yet mature, Kennedy Holmes’ performance has us wondering if we’re listening to an alternate, equally stunning version of Adele’s original. She commands the stage like a seasoned pro.

So there you have it — five auditions that not only spun chairs but also had us questioning the laws of vocal physics. These are the performances that continue to make “The Voice” a must-watch year after year. Which of these auditions moved you the most? Be sure to share your thoughts and keep the inspiration alive!

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