|Rebekah Samarin (left) and Adam Levine.|
Remember Team Adam contestant Rebekah Samarin from the current running season of The Voice? No? Well, there is probably a reason why.
This last summer, the Murrieta, California native folk-pop singer auditioned for the show during it's blind auditions by singing Joni Mitchell's single "A Case Of You", a sweet-and-slow folk pop tune released in 1971. Immediately following the first verse being sung by Samarin, coach Gwen Stefani hit her button and soon after was sure enough, coach Adam Levine. After choosing to be on Team Adam, her role on the show seemed almost fanciful and non-existant. But why? Well, producers and editing supervisors seemed to have cut her final performances out from the show, including all of her Blind Audition, Battle Round, and Knockout round performances.
Read the singer's statement via Twitter below.
NBC's The Voice season 7 finale airs live next Monday and Tuesday at 8/7c!
Listen to her Blind Audition of "A Case Of You" below:
Rebekah released a statement about her time on the show via Twitter in November. You can read it below:
Well guys, I wish I could have shared my experience with you all. You'll be hearing from me 😘 @NBCTheVoice pic.twitter.com/Bb5vkNc4ne
— Rebekah Samarin (@rebekahsamarin) November 4, 2014