The Voice Season 7 Recap: September 30, 2014 Episode [WATCH VIDEOS]

By April Lara | 3 years ago
The Voice Season 7 Recap: September 30, 2014 Episode [WATCH VIDEOS]
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When a potential country star singer walks into blind auditions of “The Voice” you can guarantee that Blake will take it right away. However, this time, in the September 30, 2014 episode of the show, things are starting to change for Coach Blake and that’s it all because of Pharell. Read on for the full recap!

Katriz Trinidad

A 15-year old Filipina who sang “At Last” and got wooed by Pharell and Blake! Gwen turned her chair around to face the contestant, too but with the two fighting over her, she decided to just let them and see who gets her. And who did? She went for Team Pharell. Who wouldn’t say no to him after begging her and saying, “I never thought I would find something that I’ve look for at my own label, I’ve been dreaming of an artist like you my entire career.” And that sealed the deal!

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Ethan Butler

He played a guitar and dedicated “beneath Your Beautiful” to his autistic sister, Levine and Shelton turned their chairs to face him and he chose to go for Levine’s team.

Tanner Linford

Just when the teen thought that he’s not going to make it while he sings “When You Say Nothing At All,” Blake turned his seat around to claim the contestant.

Jean Kelley

She sang a rendition of “Already Gone” that she dedicated to her mother who died when she was 12 years old. Shelton and Stefani turned their seats and she chose to be in Stefani’s team.

Chris Jamison

John Mayer’s “Gravity” sang by this contestant made all of the coaches’ chairs turn. With that voice and that kind of genre, of course he picked to be in Levine’s team.

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Craig Wayne Boyd

He sang “The Whiskey Ain’t Workin’” and Williams and Shelton we’re at it again, Williams trying to win another potential country singer but Craig went for Shelton’s team.

Toia Jones

A church singer who performed “One and Only” that made Williams and Levine turn their seats around. Still, Jones chose to be in Pharell’s team.

Amanda Lee Peers

She sang “Pu the Gun Down” and made Gwen’s chair turn around and from there, she was claimed.

Jonathan Wyndham

All four coaches turned around for this contestant when he sang “Say Something” and he went with Adam.

Gwen also got Gianna Salvato, Levine got Rebekah Samarin and Shelton nabbed Grand Ganzer.

What did you think of this episode? Who are your bets? Let us know by posting your comments below!

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About the author

April Lara has a degree in Journalism and Professional Culinary Arts. She started a career in Journalism in 2009 and has been part of MNG since March 2015.