‘The Voice’ Season 3 Week 2 ‘Blind Auditions Part 5′ Live Recap 9/18/12

‘The Voice’ Season 3 Week 2 ‘Blind Auditions Part 5′ Live Recap 9/18/12

The Voice airs tonight on NBC with an all new episode. Week two wraps up with the coaches competing for the best new voices. Did you watch last night’s episode? We did and we have a full and detailed recap here for you!

On last night’s show the most notable performance was from 16-year-old phenom Avery Wilson who spuns four coaches around with his “Without You.” Avery grew up in a family of dancers and when he was seven, his father realized that he was really a singer. Avery felt like he owed this one to his dad who recognized his talent.

Adam loved Avery and could not believe that Avery was 16, he thought he was beyond his years. Christina could tell that he had had no singing lessons, she remarked you cannot teach him what he had. Blake hit his button out of absolute respect for his vocal abilities. Cee Lo showered him with compliments; he was humbled and inspired and felt that even he could become even better if he worked with him. Avery chooses Cee Lo.

On tonight’s show week 2 of Blind Auditions wrap up and or judges Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo green and Blake Shelton continue their search for the perfect contestants for their team.

Tonight’s premiere is going to be and exciting one, which you won’t want to miss. So be sure to tune in for our live coverage of NBC’s The Voice – tonight at 8PM EST! While you wait for our recap, hit the comments and let us know how what you thought of last week’s premiere week of The Voice?


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