Real-life couple Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani tousled over two acts on Tuesday’s edition of “The Voice.” The two rival coaches squared off first over 16-year-old Caroline Sky who impressed them both with her poise as she performed Carole King‘s plaintive 1960 hits for The Shirelles, “Will You Love Me Tomorrow.”
Although four-time champ Shelton tried to convince Sky to fly with him by pointing out his successful mentoring of other young talents, in the end Stefani succeeded by connecting with her on a more personal level. Shelton did win their other battle. That one was for last act of the night, Josh Hoyer, who sang “Oh Girl,” a 1972 hit for soul group The Chi-Lites.
As per her official NBC bio: “Caroline’s first concert was Alicia Keys and she’s been hooked on music ever since. At age nine, she landed a spot in the San Francisco Girls Chorus but left in 2013 to pursue a solo career. She gigs around the Bay Area as much as possible and gets help from her dad to book gigs. Over the past few summers, Caroline has volunteered with Camp Jabberwocky, which works with children and adults with special needs.“
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