Entertainment

Voice Synopsis: Jim & Sasha Allen, Hailey Mia – Top 10 Performances

The second episode of Voice brought the Top 10 to the final hurdle they had to overcome in order to reach the Semi-Finals of Season 21. Or, in the case of Team Ariana GrandeJim and Sasha Allen, the final hurdle their coach’s fan base may have to help them overcome in order to move forward. The father-son duo – who are as adorable as if their performances were uneven – manage to atone after swipe Save now from Team Kelly Clarkson Senior Gymani? Read on and we’ll discuss not just their efforts, but the Top 10’s entire effort to do justice to numbers that fall outside their comfort zone.

Holly Forbes (Team Ariana), “Last Dance” – Rank: D | “I’ve never done disco before,” Holly admitted before rehearsal, “but I was really excited.” Erm, me, less like that. Have we really heard the smoothness from Holly that the Donna Summer classic begged for? In the moment of truth, Holly got off to a pretty good start, delivering better tuned performance than I expected. But oh my. When the disco beat started, Holly walked right off the tracks. Height? What is altitude? She was all over the map. Worse still – for me at least, since I listen with both my gut and my ears – she complained to her as much as I did when I wrote a bedtime summary. Pain.

Wendy Moten (Team Blake), “Jolene” – Rank: A | When Carson Daly announced that Wendy was going to fight Dolly Parton next, I could have said out loud, “Oh, thank God.” I really need to clean my ears after Holly got burned. Despite how far the number of countries outside of Wendy’s comfort zone is; we’ve all been told how much and how often she sings country. Either way, when the spotlight was on Wendy, who broke her elbow and broken arm from a fall last week, she brutally murdered; she always does, right? And I don’t expect her to come back or anything, as injured as she is, but an expression that doesn’t make her look like a zombibi, will go a long way in making her look like she’s on top. from afar on a song or lyrics that she sang. So I’m giving her an A, but to be clear, that’s only for vocals. Likewise, I continued to wait for Wendy to appear.

the-voice-recap-jim-sasha-allen-hailey-mia-top-10-performanceJeremy Rosado (Team Kelly), “Freedom Was a Highway” – Rank: C- | During the rehearsal, it didn’t look like Jeremy would have any trouble busting out on his cover of Jimmie Allen and Brad Paisley. As an added bonus, “I’m going to try and dance,” says Jeremy. Mm… not sure how necessary it is, but how would it go? Overall, meh. The vocals are off as if they were on. At least he brought a commitment and an energy that kept me hooked. “Your voice is magical,” cheers his coach, making me wonder exactly what her definition of “magic” is.

Jershika Maple (Team Legend), “Ain’t It Fun” – Rank: A | Going pop-rock with a cover of Paramore, Jershika sounded during rehearsal as if “Ain’t It Fun” was going to be a rhetorical question. On stage, jeez. She has all the personality in your face that Wendy lacks. With nothing more than the power of her presence, she knocked me across the living room. And confess, come on. She sounds as if pop-rock is something she lives and breathes. I could have wished she had more of a chance to get a big promo note, but this is just too strong.

the-voice-recap-jim-sasha-allen-hailey-mia-top-10-performanceLana Scott (Team Blake), “The One That Got Away” – Rank: C- | Although Lana intends to cover for Katy Perry, her instinct is to do it. So erm, not sure how that forced Lana out of her comfort zone. Whether it met the requirements of the quest or not, her performance was…well, at best excellent. There’s a lovely cover somewhere, but Lana keeps bumping into bum notes – like she’s going for Y and stopping at X. And the louder she screams, the worse it gets. I like Lana more than a lot of viewers/readers, but even I have to admit this is seriously flawed.

Joshua Vacanti (Team Legend), “If I Ain’t Got You” – Rank: A + | Upon learning that he was trying to do justice to Alicia Keys, “I was terrified,” Joshua said. But he decided to give his performance to his wife as a gift, with his coach, I guess… the gift wraper? Despite his initial trepidation, he delivered a superb performance that bordered (at least initially) with opera. Dude has a voice louder than his pants (bitter than ever). And there is no finding Joshua in his performance – he lives in every moment. Quite remarkable, indeed, right down to the last note seems to continue long after everyone expected it to be over.

the-voice-recap-jim-sasha-allen-hailey-mia-top-10-performanceManeskin, “Beggin’ / Mammamia” | The winners of the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest provided an intriguing interlude for Monday’s show with not one but two numbers. Italian rockers are passionate and energetic, and let’s be real: Who doesn’t love a good musical instrument? Shameful confession, though: This is the first time I’ve heard Måneskin. I stopped paying attention to this year’s contest after the entry I worked on was eliminated in the first semi-final. Obviously, I really missed. This is an explosion and a half.

Jim and Sasha Allen (Team Ariana), “Stay” – Rank: C- | “Being saved by America was really shocking” last week, Sasha admitted during rehearsal. Yeah, we’re all shocked, man. But it’s a new week and a very different number, the Rihanna/Mikky Ekko hit. Maybe they can knock this one out of the park? On stage, the father/son duo started… aw, off. Sasha is as adorable as a puppy, but he has to register pitch problems. His chemistry with his dad is great, but even before Girl Named Tom came out, didn’t we all know theirs would be better? Beloved, mediocre singer.

the-voice-recap-jim-sasha-allen-hailey-mia-top-10-performanceParis Winham (Team Blake), “Amazing” – Rank: C | During the rehearsal, Paris admitted that this would be his first time singing Lonestar. At least he’s heard this number before. And his combination, a country song and a coach’s vote base? That sounded like a winner even before Paris sang a note. When he stepped up to the mic, he delivered a performance…mm, that didn’t surprise me. I’d say it’s very chic and restrained, but for the most part, Paris looks uncertain. Though he did resurrect a bit towards the end, it’s an unfortunate tribute – and a dark notoriety at the time. I expected more from Paris, who was so affected by the emotion he put into it, whether we heard it or not, that he had tears on his cheeks by the time he was done.

Hailey Mia (Team Kelly), “Peter Pan” – Rank: C + | Before listening to Kelsea Ballerini’s hit, Kelly told Hailey that she had gone through a long list of country songs that she realized too late was not appropriate for a 14-year-old. However, it is unlikely that she is quite okay with the ideal figure. Hailey fell face down on the verses, which gave me time to think about how cute her dress would make a Christmas tree. (You see it too, don’t you?) She has more power in the choruses, but the performance could use an extra coat or two of polish. Not terrible but not good either.

Girl named Tom (Team Kelly), “Vida La Vida” – Rank: A | For their challenge, GNT joined Coldplay – a giant leap. But, they say, they can handle it; After all, they were supposed to be doctors before breaking into music. Thanks to Kelly’s coaching, their performance was flamboyant with vocals that hurt like a freshly stabbed toe. And wowza, the boys’ sister is just a superstar. Her voice cuts through the noise like the best-sounding chainsaw in the world. In fact, I’d be ready to call it: GNT will win Season 21. They have an enviable mix of talent and passion.

So, who rocked your world on Monday night? Who do you think should spend the evening packing? Vote in the polls below, then hit the comments.

https://tvline.com/2021/11/29/the-voice-recap-jim-sasha-allen-hailey-mia-top-10-performances/ Voice Synopsis: Jim & Sasha Allen, Hailey Mia – Top 10 Performances

Aila Slisco

Daily Nation Today is an automatic aggregator of the all world’s media. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials, please contact us by email – admin@dailynationtoday.com. The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Related Articles

Back to top button