'The Voice' season 15: Three performances that left everyone stunned on third night of blind auditions
The third night of blind auditions on 'The Voice' had more to offer than one could expect, especially after the phenomenal performances during the first two days. Monday's auditions featured a trio of mind-boggling pop performances.
To start it all off, the main person to stand out during the auditions was 19-year-old Audri Bartholomew who performed her rendition of Loren Allred’s 'Never Enough', a hit from the soundtrack to Hugh Jackman’s PT Barnum docu-musical 'The Greatest Showman'. Her voice hit notes that were higher than a flying trapeze artist. Audri inspired judge Jennifer Hudson so much that she even requested her new team member for a duet on that very stage.
The next on the list was Nashville’s Natasia Greycloud who took a different turn from Audri's performance. Performing her rendition of Sam Smith’s 'I’m Not the Only One', this soulful singer left everyone bamboozled. Though she reached for the skies only once during her performance, that was enough for both Hudson and Kelly Clarkson to turn their chair around for her. Clarkson decided to seize the opportunity by using the line “old-school Mariah” to describe her sound. But Natasia, in the end, chose Hudson to be her coach leaving Clarkson hanging.
The final one in the trio was Kymberli Joye and, just like the previous two, her performance was absolutely stunning. She performed her rendition of Whitney Houston's 'Run to You'. Her performance was just so flawless that she wowed both Clarkson and Hudson with Clarkson being the first to turn her chair for the singer. She turned her chair even before Joye could complete her first verse, totally blocking Hudson.
Blake Shelton decided to give it a chance as well, but ultimately he came to a realization that he had no shot when it came to coaching Joye. Though Joye admitted that she wanted to join Hudson's team, she ended up choosing Clarkson as a nice prize to settle with.
Season 15 of ‘The Voice’ airs every Monday and Tuesday at 8 pm CST.