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Moriah Formica, Davon Fleming dazzle coaches on The Voice


Moriah Formica was one of the teenagers to impress The Voice coaches during Monday's episode

Moriah Formica was one of the teenagers to impress The Voice coaches during Monday’s episode.

Twelve more singers earned spots on The Voice Monday night.

Earning the warmest receptions from the show’s coaches were soul singer Davon Fleming and young rocker Moriah Formica, each of whom turned four chairs.

They joined Team Jennifer and Team Miley, respectively, giving each of The Voice’s female coaches two four-chair turns so far in Season 13.

Only Adam, once the king of four-chair turns, has failed to land a singer all the coaches wanted.

Unfortunately, Monday’s episode also marked the return of the montages.

After three episodes in which the show treated us to full introductions to five singers who didn’t make Season 13, The Voice decided to deny us introductions to three singers who did. Which makes absolutely no sense.

You know what makes less sense?

The show has taken a step backward by not posting the full auditions on line. That’s right, cameras had to be rolling, but the show is too lazy to edit a clip so that at least we can watch what we didn’t see during the episode on the show’s YouTube channel.

That’s pathetic for a show that basically expects contestants to put their lives on hold — and keep participation in the show a secret for months — in order to take part. Remember, these auditions were filmed in June.

Alexandra Joyce, Anna Catherine DeHart and Eric Lyn were the singers we didn’t meet. I’ll try to remedy that through this blog. In fact, I’ve already posted a blog about Anna.

As for the performance, it was probably the best set yet in Season 13, which made selecting my top three quite difficult, especially since Adam Cunningham was so solid, Davon flashed vocal brilliance (though with a lot more frills than I prefer) and Shilo Gold displayed such unique vocals.

Voice Views Top 3

1. Moriah Formica
Song: “Crazy On You” by Heart
Chair turns: Miley Cyrus turned quickly, all the other coaches followed. She chose Team Miley.
Why: She displayed tons of power in a spot-on vocal. My favorite part: Just 16, Moriah saw Miley turn early in the performance, acknowledged it with a smile, and just kept getting stronger.
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2. Noah Mac
Song: “Way Down We Go” by Kaleo
Chair turns: Jennifer Hudson and Blake Shelton turned. Noah joined Team Blake.
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Why: First off, Noah deliver a great vocal. But what drew me in more was the passion in his performance. He has the potential to be one of the best male alternative-pop artists the show has seen.

3. Addison Agen
Song: “Jolene” by Ray LaMontagne
Chair turns: Adam Levine and Miley Cyrus turned. Addison picked Team Miley.
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Why: How in the world does a 16-year-old get that much heartache in her voice? How in the world did only two coaches turn for that performance?

Also making the show:

Adam Cunningham
Song: “Midnight Rider” by The Allman Brothers
Chair turns: Blake Shelton and Jennifer Hudson (at the last moment). Adam choose Team Blake.
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Adam Pearce
Song: “Hot Blooded” by Foreigner
Chair turns: Miley Cyrus and Adam Levine turned. Adam picked Team Adam.
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Davon Fleming
Song: “Me and Mr. Jones” by Amy Winehouse
Chair turns: All four coaches turned, Blake Shelton predicted he’d be in the finale. He joined Team Jennifer after performing a duet with her.
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Hannah Mrozak
Song: “Starving” by Hailee Steinfeld
Chair turns: Blake Shelton, Adam Levine and Jennifer Hudson. Hannah joined
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Kathrina Feigh
Song: “Big White Room” by Jessie J
Chair turns: Jennifer Hudson and Blake Shelton turned very late in the performance. She chose Team Jennifer.
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Shilo Gold
Song: “Stay with Me Baby” by Lorraine Ellison
Chair turns: Jennifer Hudson and Miley Cyrus (both at last moment). She joined Team Miley.
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Alexandra Joyce
Song: “Wildest Dreams” by Taylor Swift
Chair turns: The performance was montaged. It appeared as though Adam, Blake and Jennifer all turned; she picked Team Jennifer.
Voice Views profile: Coming soon

Anna Catherine DeHart
Song: “I Could Use a Love Song” by Maren Morris
Chair turns: The performance was montaged. It appeared Blake and Adam turned. She picked Team Blake.
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Eric Lyn
Song: “Ooh Child” by Five Stairsteps
Chair turns: The performance was montaged. It appeared Jennifer was the only coach to turn.
Voice Views profile: Coming soon

Didn’t make the show

Samantha Rios
Song: “Something’s Gotta Hold on Me” by Etta Jam
Chair turns: No one turned.

Myles Frost
Song: “My Cherie Amour” by Stevie Wonder
Chair turns: No one turned.

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1 Comment

  1. Ms. Random October 3, 2017 at 4:01 pm -  Reply

    This season, playoffs were pretaped, rather than airing live. For the first time, each coach selected their top 3 to move onto the top 12. Each coach also selected one comeback artist. The artists listed first were selected by the coach to move onto the top 12.

    Team Adam
    Jon Mero
    Addison Agen
    Adam Cunningham
    Emily Luther
    Anthony Alexander

    Team Blake
    Keisha Renee
    Red Marlow
    Chloe Kohanski
    Mitchell Lee
    Esera Tuaolo
    Natalie Stovall (comeback artist)

    Team Miley
    Brooke Simpson
    Janice Freeman
    Ashland Craft
    Karli Webster
    Adam Pearce
    Moriah Formica (comeback artist)

    Team Jennifer
    Chris Weaver
    Davon Fleming
    Hannah Mrozak
    Noah Mac
    Shi’Ann Jones

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