'The Voice' Season 21: Alexandra Stojack gets a no from coaches, fans say 'try again'

Despite her impressive performance, Alexandra failed to get a chair turn from the coaches


                            'The Voice' Season 21: Alexandra Stojack gets a no from coaches, fans say 'try again'
Alexandra Stojack went home without a chair turn on 'The Voice' Season 21 (NBC)
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Alexandra Stojack, 20, was a bundle of nerves when she stepped onto the stage for her blind auditions on 'The Voice' Season 21. She quickly found her groove as she crooned to 'The Way I Am'. Despite her impressive performance, Alexandra failed to get a chair turn from the coaches.

The four coaches- Ariana Grande, Blake Shelton, John Legend, and Kelly Clarkson, praised Alexandra's performance but pointed out that her nervousness might have gotten the best of her which unfortunately reflected on her performance. While Ariana praised the Cincinnati resident for her unique vocals, she, however, added that she only has one spot left on her team and was waiting for a performance that would wow her. The other coaches too seconded Ariana but urged Alexandra to come back and try again.

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Alexandra Stojack on 'The Voice' Season 21 (NBC)

Who is Alexandra Stojack?

The 20-year-old hails from Cincinnati, Ohio. In her introduction segment, Alexandra revealed that from a very early age she knew that she wanted to be a performer. So, when she landed the lead role in her school's play, she was beyond thrilled. However, during practice sessions, she began experiencing terrible headaches. Afraid of losing out on her dream opportunity, Alexandra suffered the pain in silence and continued to practice. A few months later the pain got so bad that she was rushed to the ER. After running a few tests, the doctors diagnosed her with Chiari Malformation.

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Chiari Malformation refers to a condition where the brain is too big for the skull. Due to the pain and discomfort, Alexandra had to give up performing and that crushed her spirit. She underwent an intense six-hour surgery, where a part of her skull was cut off to alleviate her pain. This surgery was a success and Alexandra was soon back to doing what she loved. This time around she began exploring pop music and related strongly to it.

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Alexandra Stojack on 'The Voice' Season 21 (NBC)

 

Alexandra Stojack on 'The Voice'

Although Alexandra's performance was good, none of the coaches turned their chairs for her. But they all advised her to come back next year and try again. Fans too agreed with the coaches' suggestion and urged Alexandra to not give up. A fan tweeted, "#AlexandraStojack don’t give up…. try again next season #VoiceBlinds." "#AlexandraStojack #VoiceBlinds You have a great voice, try again," added a fan.

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Many fans were surprised by how none of the coaches turned for someone as talented as Alexandra. A fan wrote, "Alexandra’s voice is so good! She deserved a turn #VoiceBlinds." "#TheVoice - #Alexandra was the best act on the night!!!," declared a fan. Another fan pointed out, "Alexandra Stojack is very clear with her choices. Love how she smiles thru the lyric but there were def wobbly spots. No coaches turned. Too bad. So much potential #TheVoice #VoiceBlinds." 

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Hopefully, we'll get to see Alexandra again on 'The Voice'.

'The Voice Season 21' airs every Monday and Tuesday at 8/7c on NBC. 

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