‘The Voice’ Battles: Samara Brown sparks battle among coaches, stays with John Legend
The battles on ‘The Voice’ Season 21 continued on Day 2 as we saw two of the most skilled singers namely Brittany Bree and Samara Brown locking horns from John Legend’s team. The battle was expected to pick up heat and that’s exactly what happened when both the contestants got a standing ovation from all the four coaches.
Brittany Bree, who had earned a rare four-chair turn in her blind auditions, performed Aretha Franklin’s iconic number ‘Something He Can Feel’ along with Samara Brown. The latter had picked John Legend in the blind auditions despite Ariana Grande wooing her. Brittany Bree sang all her life in a church whereas Samara Brown from The Bronx wowed Kelly Clarkson, Blake Shelton, John Legend, and Ariana Grande with her insane vocals in the blinds.
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Samara Brown sparks battle between coaches
John Legend with the help of his advisor Camila Cabello prepared the two powerhouse singers before their epic face-off on the stage. Brittany Bree and Samara both proved how amazing they can be with their melodies. All the coaches stood up in excitement as they belted out their performance with an intention to move to the knockouts.
John Legend was very much aware that whoever he picks as a winner, the opponent will be stolen by the judges. Keeping in mind the same, Legend ultimately picked Bree as the winner and as expected, the rest of the judges namely Kelly Clarkson and Ariana Grande jumped on the opportunity as they pressed their respective red buzzers to steal Samara Brown. However, the biggest twist came when John Legend too stepped in with only one ‘SAVE’ left. Brown had to pick between Kelly, Ariana and original mentor Legend in order to continue her journey on the show. Despite everyone wooing the singer, Brown showed her loyalty and opted for Legend after much deliberation. Ariana and Kelly will now use their steals next week.
BrittanyBree & @_SamaraBrown_ get a standing ovation from ALL FOUR Coaches. 😱 #VoiceBattles #TeamLegend pic.twitter.com/ZaJtjdydZ3— The Voice (@NBCTheVoice) October 13, 2021
‘Samara stop rejecting Ariana’
The loyal viewers of ‘The Voice’ shared their opinions on Twitter where one of them stated, “Brittany Bree’s voice is a national treasure #TheVoice” as another mentioned, ‘Samara stop rejecting ariana challenge pls asgjdlsh #thevoice” The next one posted, “Brittany and Samara sangggg the house down. They def both staying.”
Meanwhile, one person asserted, “Brittany Bree vs. Samara Brown Both these women are phenomenal. Brittany was taking it to church with those squalls and runs, while Samara had a cleaner, pop sound. So much soul and #BlackGirlMagic up there.” Another tweeted, “BrittanyBree vs. Samara is another Battle that should end with NEITHER going home -- they're both just TOO good.” While, one chimed in to conclude, “Big fan of that song, Samara did the original more justice.
Brittany Bree’s voice is a national treasure #TheVoice— Moderna Maven (@RaaaaayP) October 13, 2021
samara stop rejecting ariana challenge pls asgjdlsh #thevoice #teamariana— scarlett (@wcrstbehavior) October 13, 2021
Brittany and Samara sangggg the house down. They def both staying. #TheVoice— Mysa Mami (@Brieyonce) October 13, 2021
BrittanyBree vs. Samara Brown Both these women are phenomenal. Brittany was taking it to church with those squalls and runs, while Samara had a cleaner, pop sound. So much soul and #BlackGirlMagic up there. How do you choose? #TheVoice #VoiceBattles— Robert Anton (@SoUWanaBaSinger) October 13, 2021
BrittanyBree vs. Samara is another Battle that should end with NEITHER going home -- they're both just TOO good #TheVoice #VoiceBattles— Josh Kennon (@skatefan78) October 13, 2021
Big fan of that song & Samara did the original more justice— Michelle Frissora (@mfry2014) October 13, 2021
The Voice’ Season 21 airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 pm PT/ET on NBC.