'The Voice': Brittany Bree And Samara Brown Amaze Coaches As Everyone Rushes To Steal
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'The Voice': Brittany Bree And Samara Brown Amaze Coaches As Everyone Rushes To Steal

This season of The Voice is heated up with Tuesday’s performance. If Monday was an anticipation of what to expect, then Tuesday’s Battle Rounds’ battle between these Team Legend members fannned the flames.

Brittany Bree and Samara Brown were the culmination of Tuesday’s night performances. Singing Aretha Franklin’s “Something He Can Feel,” the duo literally gave the judges something they could hear and feel.

The performance had the coaches amazed causing John Legend to be wary of a potential steal on the horizon.

“Your voices are insane,” said Kelly Clarkson. “It was this tug of war of me going, ‘Who am I going to tell John to pick?’ and then I was like, ‘I don’t care about John. What I care about is that one of you is going to be available to steal!'”

Blake Shelton agreed, stating, “I was so blown away. This is the moment right here, where people can either buckle under the pressure or step up and become a star. You both just really owned the moment and the stage.”

Ariana Grande was ready to steal whoever was no longer safe.

“I have been obsessed with you both since the blinds,” she gushed. “Your tones are so spectacular and so different, and yet they complement each other so beautifully.”

Legend opined, “That stank you have on your voice, that hits me right in my heart. For you to deliver it with the passion, with the personality, with the charisma that you did, you did exactly what you were supposed to do” before choosing Brittany.

Brittany Bree won the battle. Legend, admitting that he should have never paired the duo, wrote the fate for Samara, who decided to stay with her coach despite the fact Grande and Clarkson advocated for her to go to their respective teams.

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