Monday night on “The Voice,” Kelsea Johnson and Sharane Calister represented Team Alicia Keys during the third and final knockout round episode of Season 14. Kelsea sang Andra Day‘s “Rise Up,” while Sharane took on Etta James‘ “All I Could Do Was Cry.” After both artists performed Alicia chose to advance Kelsea to the next round. However, rival coach Adam Levine still had one steal left, so he used it to keep Sharane in the reality TV competition. Do YOU think coach Alicia made the right decision? Watch “The Voice” performance video above.
“I’ve been telling Sharane that somehow I still feel a wall between us,” Alicia explained before making her decision. “Kelsea, you have been in your head a lot. I see so much in you. [You’re] able to just break through anything that’s making you feel like you can’t go all the way. The winner of this knockout is Kelsea.”
Adam hit his steal button as soon as Kelsea left the stage, telling his new artist Sharane, “You belong here on my team. I truly believe that. I believe that I haven’t even really seen the best of you, which is scary. So welcome to my team!”
In his recap of “The Voice,” our live-blogger John Benutty wrote, “With two huge emotional songs, both Kelsea and Sharane deliver mature and elegant performances. Kelsea solidly holds her big notes and never falters, hitting her best emotional beat at the very end giving her performance a sweet closing moment. Sharane’s vocal is raw, raspy and deeply felt with a big climax that leaves her in a tear.”
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