Eva Ullman, Eric Who and Destiny Leigh's 'The Voice' auditions montaged, angry fans slam bad editing
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Aside from watching talented aspiring singers from across the country showing off their vocal prowess on 'The Voice, what makes this NBC show extremely fun to watch is the backstory of each of the contestants appearing on the show. From heartbreaking tragedies to sweet heartwarming stories, the stories behind each of the participants makes it a wholesome viewing experience.
So, when the recently aired Episode 4 of 'The Voice Season 22 featured a quick montage of three performers auditions who managed to earn a spot on the coaches' teams, fans were left fuming. Eva Ullman, Destiny Leigh, and Eric Who's auditions were a blink-and-miss affair, although they all earned a spot in the competition. Fans took to the show's YouTube clip of their performances to slam the showrunners for the bad editing.
You can watch the montage of the auditions here:
A fan commented, "I will never understand why singers who make it onto the show get montaged while people who don't get full performances. Make it make sense." "I would have loved to hear the full performance of this one ! For it as much as I heard she’s a good one ! The one Blake chose at the beginning ! Eva sounded good of what I heard . Destiny only seem to get three or 4 words out wanted to hear more! Eric didn’t get to show us more either ! It’s a shame it’s call a Rush and See Game !" wrote a fan.
"What a shame about the montages, I want to hear Destiny and Eric’s full performances," declared a fan. "JUST EVEN POST THE FULL PERFORMANCES ONLINE!!!!!! Montaging again? That piece of sh*t shows how much they care about the contestants," expressed an angry fan. "In the words of Tayce the drag queen "the cheek the nerve the audacity and the gumption". Other than that why NBC uploaded why? Like how hard is it to upload the FULL audition," wondered a fan.
Eva earned a spot on Team Blake, while Eric and Destiny joined Team Camila and Team Gwen. Hopefully, we'll get to know these talented singers better as the season progresses,
'The Voice' Season 22 airs on Mondays and Tuesdays at 8/7c on NBC and is available for streaming on Peacock.
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