'The Voice' season 15 battle rounds heat up with performances giving coaches a hard time in picking a winner
For the battle rounds, Hudson chose Khalid and Normani's 'Love Lies' for Tyshawn Colquitt and Zaxai to perform
With the battle rounds all set to continue this week on 'The Voice', NBC shared a sneak peek of Monday's episode where two members from Jennifer Hudson's team go against each other in the battle rounds.
Tyshawn Colquitt and Zaxai both gave a one-of-a-kind performance during the blind auditions. Colquitt performed his rendition of Sam Smith’s 'Like I Can' and he received a chair turn from Blake Shelton and Hudson. Zaxai sang his version of Redbone's 'Come and Get Your Love' and got an instant chair turn from Hudson who then used her one block on Kelly Clarkson.
For the battle rounds, Hudson chose Khalid and Normani's 'Love Lies', for the duo to perform. On the stage, the duo rocked the soulful rendition with their harmony all in sync. It is obviously going to be a tough choice for Hudson to make and select a winner, because both Colquitt and Zaxai's notes were perfect with the right pitch and tone.
Their performance had all the four judges at the edge of their seat, with Clarkson even doing a few moves while sitting. At the end of their performance, the duo even received a standing ovation from their coach and Clarkson. They also received a standing ovation from the audience as well while they were still performing.
Though the video ended before we could hear the judges comments on how they performed it comes with no doubt that the will have nothing bad to say. What we have to wait and see is who will emerge as the winner, and will a steal happen at the end? Since Clarkson enjoyed the performance so much, will she end up using her final steal to take the eliminated contestant to her team?
The only way to find out what happened at the end of this battle is to check out 'The Voice' when it airs tonight. Season 15 of 'The Voice' airs tonight, October 22, 2018, at 8 pm ET on NBC. Check your local listings for other information.
Watch the video of Colquitt and Zaxai's performance here: