Hahaha what is Christina Milian doing here? She's on the b-roll for the Voice website. That has to be because of something in Christina Aguilera's contract about being the only woman and/or Christina on the actual show. You know they recorded that promo for that online content and everyone was like, "Don't let Xtina find out about this." Dirrty.
Jessica Sharpe dressed herself like a chorus girl in a modern remake of Camelot so it's OK that this is a blind audition. She's singing "Son of a Preacher Man," but she should have sung "Xanadu" to complete the picture for us at home. No one turns their chair around, and it seems to upset Jessica. She'll be even more upset now, at home, watching Christina's bitch faces she made from behind that chair. Christina hoists herself on stage again to hug the rejected contestant, and Blake tells her to come back next season and give it another go. He feels that Jessica was meant to be on his team. But not enough to push his button. Maybe there will be a round two for Jessica and Anita. There will likely not be a round two for this slough of no-button auditions we were treated to after Jessica's.
This last audition is going to be a doozy, I can tell from the video intro package, and all the hype it got, and Trevin Hunt's amazing shoes. I like him because he's singing the Beyonce original from Dreamgirls and because his hat is just a little too small. Christina turns around almost immediately, then Blake, then Cee Lo. Adam is just being a little dick for the sake of being a little dick, because Trevin is spectacular. And he's 18. Oh god what have I done with my life.
Trevin is humble and lovely, so I want him to go with Cee Lo, or even Blake. Trevin proves to be as intelligent as he is talented, and chooses Cee Lo for his coach. Cee Lo explains in an interview, with his bird bobbing about his facial hair, that he's honored to have Trevin on his team.
Well, so far Season 3 has proven to be the most tolerable yet, with minimal Carson Daly and coach bickering. Plus, Cee Lo has a bird.