|Adam Levine on NBC's The Voice.|
It is without a doubt that the first two season nine premiere episodes of NBC's music competition show The Voice were nothing less of extraordinary. Easily, there has never been so many incredibly talented vocalists broadcasted on the two-night premiere of The Voice ever. Usually, premiere episodes of The Voice are slowly built to a climactic point, for a common example, of someone singing some impossible Adele song and ends up getting a 4-chair turn from the coaches (and in most cases would choose Team Adam). However, the two-night season premiere was the Emmy Award-winning show's best yet. There was talented voices left and right from the ending of one commercial break the beginning of the next. And it is certain that coach Adam Levine is starting off super strong this season.
Every week, I will be posting an update on Team Adam from what they sang to where they stand in the competition.
So let's get started.
Sp on the first night, coach Adam Levine's first contestant he recruited was Irish pop rock vocalist Keith Semple, who auditioned by singing Bon Jovi's single "I'll Be There For You" by putting an alternative rock spin to it.
The second contestant recruited by Adam was (arguably) one of the best vocalists to be featured on the show's Blind Auditions. Vocalist Jordan Smith, who auditioned by singing "Chandelier" by Sia. You can watch his performance below.
The second premiere night, Adam got R&B and soul singer Regina Love on his team, who auditioned with Aretha Franklin's "Rock Steady."
Zach Seabaugh, the second artist Adam recruited for his team on this night, auditioned with Sam Hunt's "Take Your Time."
Levine's third contestant, Evan McKeel, auditioned with Mutemath's single "Typical."
The Voice is on again with more Blind Auditions continue next Monday and Tuesday at 8/7c on NBC!
Also, congratulations to NBC and The Voice team for winning the Emmy Award for Outstanding Reality Show last night.