Oh, brother, “The Voice” coaches Blake Shelton and Kelly Clarkson look like they are getting chummy in a new photo. Not so fast, though.
Clarkson managed to share this quick snap of them before Monday night’s competition started on NBC.
Methinks she does not want ol’ Blake to get too settled in with his team. Take a look at what Clarkson has to say in this photo.
Yeah, Outsiders, let’s not get too comfy around either Shelton or Clarkson.
They mean business and look to have their teams come out on top as Blind Auditions continued on Monday night.
Make sure to catch “The Voice” on NBC on Monday nights at 8 p.m. Eastern, 7 p.m. Central.
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Last Monday night, “The Voice” contestants were quite busy as Blind Auditions were on the docket.
Let’s take a look at how things shook out with coaches Shelton, Clarkson, John Legend, and Ariana Grande.
Contestant Raquel Trinidad sang the Stevie Wonder hit “I Wish” in an upbeat tone. Trinidad, from Florida, also has spent time doing voiceovers for a special on “Dora the Explorer.”
What did Grande think? She told Trinidad that her voice was like “a breath of fresh air.”
Trinidad joined Team Ariana as did Hailey Mia, 31, who sang “You Broke Me First” by Tate McRae.
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Who joined Team Kelly? Well, Jeremy Rosado did. He sang “Here Comes Goodbye” from Rascal Flatts.
Rosado, 29, performed the song in his style.
Kelly Clarkson nabbed him while Shelton also turned to check out the singer. For Clarkson, there were some of what she called “hmm” moments. It was his singing style, though, that led her to pick him.
Who did Shelton pick up? The Joy Reunion and Carson Peters.
The Joy Reunion performed “Boondocks” from Little Big Town and that moved Shelton to pick them for Team Blake.
Peters, a 17-year-old fiddler, did a banger version of “Tulsa Time.” It was so good all four coaches turned around to watch him. Still, Shelton got him for his team.
Team John Added Two Contestants As Legend Goes Against Other Coaches
Last but not least, John Legend added Keilah Grace and Samara Brown on “The Voice.”
Grace, 15, provided one whale of a rendition of “Never Tear Us Apart” from INXS. Three coaches turned around but Team John selected her to join the crew.
Brown did “Sweet Thing” from Rufus and Chaka Khan. It was a solid performance and she said it’s “my time” to shine.