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Does anyone remember Daniel Rosa?
He tried out last year and didn’t make it. He is back this year and has something new – confidence! He sings ‘Somebody That I Used to Know’. Cee-lo and Blake turn around and Daniel is so excited that he practically wets himself on the stage. Adam runs up and hugs him and Daniel is so happy that he has to stop and sit down on the edge of the stage to catch his breath.
Cee-lo: This is the type of record this show salivates for.
Blake: You’ve learned some things about yourself.
Daniel isn’t swayed by Blake’s psycho-babble and picks Cee-lo.
Next up is Anita Antoinette. She just graduated from Berkeley School of Music. She is singing ‘No Woman, No Cry’. Despite Adam singing along, nobody turns around. There is sad music and they prompt her to sing again and they all give her a hug. Because singing the same song you failed at and being smothered by Christina’s breasts will make everything alright.
We get some more shameless advertising. Carson is delivering invitations and they manage to show the Kia logo more than Carson or the Voice logo combined.
After the brief break, we meet Joe Kirkland.
He was a back-up singer in a band that was popular internationally. Their lead singer bailed, so he decided to take this chance. He kind of reminds me of a younger, hipper Andy Bernard from the Office. He sings ‘Gives You Hell’ and does a great job. Adam and Blake turn around.
Adam: You have an aggressive tone, but with control.
Blake: You have star quality. I also wear vests.
Despite him picking Adam, Blake tells Christina and Cee-lo that he doesn’t know what kind of jackass wouldn’t hit their button.
Jessica Sharp is up next. She is a hairdresser and is a county girl at heart. To prove this point, she keeps saying y’all and drops the ‘g’ in every word that ends in ‘ing’. She sings ‘Son of a Preacher Man’. She is way too cutesy for this and nobody turns around. Cee-lo is disappointed because she was hot and Christina gives her a hug. In case this wasn’t sad enough for you, they whip out the montage of failure. All of this is leading up to our final contestant.
We meet Trevin Hunte.
He and his father work as trash men and he wants to have a better life for himself. He sings ‘Listen’ and is amazing. Adam is the only one that didn’t turn around.
Christina: I’m blown away.
Blake: Your talent absolutely blows my mind.
Cee-lo: You might be the dude that wins this thing.
He finally picks Cee-lo despite Christina trying to hypnotize him by bouncing up and down.