'The Voice' season 15 recap: These contestants landed four-chair turns with their stunning performances

Now, since we have to wait till next week to witness the battle rounds, here is a small throwback to the four chair turns that happened this season during the blind auditions. 


                            'The Voice' season 15 recap: These contestants landed four-chair turns with their stunning performances

Things are officially getting heated up on season 15 of 'The Voice'. With the blind auditions, all done and dusted, the judges are left with top-notch performers and child prodigies all ready to take over the battle stage next week. 

As it is already known with the coaches all having their set of singers the battle rounds is something to look forward to. Now, since we have to wait till next week to witness the battle rounds, here is a throwback to the four chair turns that happened this season during the blind auditions. 

KENNEDY HOLMES

Thirteen-year-old Kennedy Holmes happens to be one of the youngest contestants on the show, and even the first singer to receive a four-chair turn this season. Hailing from St Louis she is a middle schooler who loves to dance, play volleyball, run track and also record goofy videos. Singing her rendition of Adele's 'Turning Tables' she left the coaches and audience baffled with her voice. With her flawless performance, Adam was the first one to turn his chair followed by Blake, Hudson and finally Clarkson. After a healthy banter as to who she should choose, in the end, Kennedy choose Team Hudson. 

 



 

DEANDRE NICO

Performing his rendition of 'When I Was Your Man' by Bruno Mars Deandre Nico is the second contestant to receive a four-chair turn. The Hurricane Harvey survivor revealed how his entire hometown was brought down to nothing and how his family lost everything and thought they were going to die. He wowed the judges with is performance, leaving them fighting overhim. Though luck didn't favor Adam when it came to Kennedy Holmes, he was able to get Deandre to join his team. 

 



 

SANDY REDD

Sandy Redd was the only performer from week 2 who managed to get a four-chair turn. Singing her rendition of 'River' by Bishop Briggs, by the end of her performance she had the judges throwing their belongings at her in applause. With her dynamic voice the coaches were left trying their hardest in order to get her on their team. After all the throwing of shoes and jackets was over, Sandy ended up choosing Clarkson as her coach and joined Team Kelly. 

 



 

KIRK JAY

The final four chair of the season was 22-year-old Kirk Jay. Hailing from Alabama he opened up about the struggles he faced growing up. Currently performing in a country band as a full-time job he sang his version of  'God Bless The Broken Road' by Rascal Flatts. Though as usual, there was a banter between the judges as to who he should choose as a coach. It was no doubt that he would choose Team Blake because after all, he is a country singer too. 

 



 

By the end of the blind auditions, each judge had managed to get a four-chair turn singer in their team. Though these were the only singers who received a four-chair turn, there were other singers who stood out as well. Among a few good ones who did not manage to get any chair turn were picked and given a chance to join Kelsea Ballerini on the 'Comeback Stage'.