Blake Shelton Just Got His Comeuppance on The Voice

Gwen Stefani Blake Shelton

Team Adam and Team Gwen competed in episode 18 of NBC's "The Voice 2017" on Tuesday, April 18. "They're very successful in their careers, but at the end of the day, they're just people and they're very loving and awesome". None of that is important, and her advice only seems to condemn these kids to concentrating on something besides their singing. Brown wowed the audience with a lovely rendition of "Fly" by Maddie & Tae. The girl has nice instincts as well, and it's impressive that she's able to travel between her full voice and falsetto so fluently. I get the beating heart, you know what I mean?

Team Gwen's last artist to perform was Hunter Plake, who mesmerised everyone with Sia's hit song "Elastic Heart".

The mag revealed that the singer was frustrated by the fact that Shelton refused to move to California and was disappointed by his inability to give her the baby girl she longed for. He starts out this number with some straight-up Frou Frou head tones and escalates into his usual pop-alternative crooning, and all of it is just flawless. I still get nervous. One of the big struggles here is mostly that you're having to judge what a voting public will do when we've yet to have any feedback from them. Despite his credibility as a coach, there's one mistake that he's willing to admit.

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Strowman and Reigns will likely have another solid hardcore match at Payback , but it will be a warm-up for what is to come. With The Big Show on the top rope, Strowman leapt to action and delivered a suplex to collapse the ring.

As we mentioned with Team Adam, it's really hard to predict who will advance from this particular field of artists. His pop-rock vibe is reminiscent of something Steven Tyler might've done just before his own competition show days. "Maybe I'll be going over there to do some shows". "Producers would love nothing more than for both Gwen and Miley to be on the show at the same time because there would be so much drama, but Gwen simply does not want any part of it", the insider said.

Brown was followed by JChosen, who chose the tough song "Nothing Compares To U" by Prince. Which was surprising considering they put on pretty good performances.

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