Tuesday night on “The Voice,” Terrence Cunningham and Christiana Danielle represented Team Alicia Keys during the second knockout round episode of Season 14. Terrence sang Rufus and Chaka Khan‘s “Tell Me Something Good,” while Christiana took on Sia‘s “Elastic Heart.” After both artists performed Alicia chose to advance Terrence to the next round. However, before Christiana could be eliminated Alicia used her one and only Save to keep her on the reality TV singing competition. Do YOU think coach Alicia made the right decision? Watch “The Voice” performance video above.
“I would be up there struggling,” Alicia readily admitted about Terrence hitting all of the high notes in the Chaka Khan song. “There’s this wonderful booming beast in both of you that everybody is witnessing right now. You both are magnificent. I am so excited to help cultivate artists on this show, like real, genuine, bonafide, beautiful, artistic beings. The winner of this knockout is Terrence.” But Alicia wasn’t done just yet. Just moments after Terrence left the stage, Alicia hit her Save button to keep Christiana on the show.
In his recap of “The Voice,” our live-blogger Denton Davidson declared, “Terrence takes his seat behind the piano and I just know this guy is going to kill it! The ease with which the notes just come out of him is hypnotizing. At one point he hit a high note and Kelly just jumped out of her chair. This man is like watching Stevie Wonder in his prime. Terrence is simply on a whole other level in this competition and could easily become Alicia’s second straight champion.”
Former “The Voice” champ Chris Blue was on hand to mentor the remaining artists on Team Alicia, while other winners helped out the rest of the coaches. (See the full list of “The Voice” past winners.) Blind auditions and battle rounds aired for the first 10 episodes of “The Voice” Season 14, with the knockout rounds taking pace during the first two weeks of April 2018. What do you think of this season so far? Give us your thoughts down in the comments section.