"This is it", said Cyrus, as she, Shelton, and Levine all turned around before the first verse was even over. Cyrus then remarked, "You know you're good 'cause I'm a little speechless, and that doesn't ever happen", before Simpson had a chance to share her name. Which only made it a bigger head-scratcher that he turned around and chose to join Adam Levine's team. If more than one celebrity turns their chair around, the contestant has the option to choose who they want to be coached by. Yes, you came from church, but God gave you that voice to sing far and beyond.
Unfortunately, 17-year-old Xaris from Gulf Breeze, Florida didn't get anyone to turn a chair for singing "Don't Think Twice (It's Alright)" by Bob Dylan.
Maharasyi was also on the receiving end of Jennifer being in coach mode. The former Disney star first appeared on the series in 2016, making her debut as a coach for Season 11.
Jennifer called the performance "genius" and asked Keisha what her preferred style of music is to sing, and the artist replied "country, pop, soul". Adam admitted that he was probably Keisha's least likely choice, but argued that the best way for her to become "the best version of yourself" was by not fitting in.More news: Ben Stokes included in England's Ashes squad
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"You're about to do the same thing you did to me two years ago in January when you sang to me at the Color Purple party", he tells her, pulling a photo out of his pocket. Never to be outshined, the original "bromance" continues with Adam Levine and Blake Shelton.
All was not lost for Miley Cyrus as the next and last contestant for the night was 21-year-old Ashland Craft. That notepad prophecy sealed the deal, and snagged Cyrus her second team member for the evening. And did Ashland make the right choice with Miley?
We have no idea, as does anyone else at this point, whether Simpson will win "The Voice". Do you like the way the teams are shaping up?