“The Voice’s” coaches seem to be taking things a little bit too far… well, in the case of Blake Shelton and Adam Levine, though. No, they are not taking it out on their team but on one another. To know more, read on for MNG’s “The Voice” Season 6 recap of the Top 10 performance.
In “The Voice” “Live Top 10 Performs” episode (air date: April 28, 2014), Blake Shelton threatened to tweet Levine’s number. Levine thinking that Shelton can’t be serious about it was surprised when he really did tweet his number! At first, Shelton sent a number of tweets asking fans if they want Levine’s number and lo and behold, it got a lot of responses until Shelton did really tweet Levine’s personal number. Thinking that everything is a hoax, Levine’s number was found busy all night. Is it really Adam’s number? We’ll know for sure in tonight’s show.
Meanwhile, the Top 10 from teams Blake, Shakira, Adam and Usher all performed on Monday night, April 28, 2014 and they performed quite a number of hit songs!
The Monday night show brought in another surprise when coaches brought in their mentors. Shakira got her own producer Busbee, Blake Shelton recruited his producer Scott Hendricks, Usher brought his musical director and producer Natural and Adam Levine got his own mentor, Crosby, Stills and Nash’s Graham Nash.
U.K band Rixton opened the show with “Me and My Broken Heart,” and the Top 10 followed with their performance.
Kat Perkins is out to perform and her goal for the night is to perform well and show her sensitive side as she sings Fleetwood Mac’s “Landslide.” Nash advised her that she should feel free to cry. Onstage, she was seated on a stool next to her acoustic guitar player, and she let a tear fall down from time to time. As for Christina Grimmie, she chose to perform her own piano piece of Drake’s “Hold On, We’re Going Home.” Then, there was Delvin Choice who performed Gary Clark Jr.’s “Bright Lights” and got the audience dancing.
Tess Boyer, who won the season’s first Instant Save, performed Paramore’s “Ain’t It Fun.” While Kristen Merlin performed Passenger’s “Let Her Go.”
For Audra McLaughlin, she was assigned to perform Reba McEntire’s “You Lie” while Jake Worthington went with George Strait’s “Run.” For Sisaundra Lewis, she surprised the audience with Steve Perry’s “Oh Sherrie.”
Josh Kauffman performed Kenny Loggins’ “This Is It,” while Bria Kelly performed Avril Lavigne’s “I’m With You.”
That’s MNG’s “The Voice” Season 6 recap of the Top 10 performance (“Live Top 10 Performs”). What did you think about it? For more updates about “The Voice” and other entertainment news, stay tuned to Movie News Guide (MNG).