Our Favorite Performances on ‘The Voice’ — Week 3 [VIDEOS]
The teams are almost full! The Blind Auditions continued this week on NBC's 'The Voice' and it seems like the judges are starting to be a lot pickier. There were some really great singers this week that should've had more chair turns, but since there are only a few spots left on each team, a lot of the artists aren't getting the attention they deserve. But hey, that's how the show works and now only the REALLY good singers are getting through.
I was impressed once again this week by some of the female contestants. One of my favorites was Kayley Hill, who sang "Gold Dust Woman" by Fleetwood Mac. She had a beautiful voice with a little bit of a country twang, which is how she landed a spot on Team Blake.
Lela was another girl that stood out to me... especially when you consider the fact that she's only 15-years-old! She did a half-Spanish, half-English version of "Havana" by Camila Cabello and ended up on Team Jennifer.
Kirk Jay blew me away with his rendition of "Bless the Broken Road" by Rascal Flatts. Gary Levox has an insane range, so singing any of his songs is going to be difficult, but Kirk proved himself worthy of Team Blake.
And my final favorite of the week was Abby Cates. The 17-year-old sang "Scars to Your Beautiful" by Alessia Cara, impressing Kelly Clarkson enough for a spot on her team.
Who were your favorites this week? Let us know in the comments!