The Voice 2014: Best Performance From the Blind Auditions — March 11, 2014 (VIDEO)
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The Voice 2014: Best Performance From the Blind Auditions — March 11, 2014 (VIDEO)

The Season 6 Blind Auditions for The Voice 2014 came to a close on Tuesday, March 11. Over the course of several weeks, hundreds of talented musicians graced the stage hoping to make their dreams come true by landing on The Voice and for four musicians, their performances landed them on track towards a fruitful music career. While all four vocalists were great — they were each coaches’ last pick — there were a few that stood out above the rest.

Georgia native Brittnee Camelle showed that she definitely had the chops to make it in the music industry, when she belted out her rendition of Demi Lovato’s “Skyscraper.” Kaleigh Glanton proved she had talent by taking on Creedence Clearwater Revival’s “Have You Ever Seen the Rain,” — a song that showed she was definitely a musician beyond her 19 years. Lindsay Bruce demonstrated that she was definitely a country singer in the making with her cover of “Even If It Breaks Your Heart” by the Eli Young Band, but last night’s best performance (hands down) went to Caleb Elder and his funky performance of King Floyd’s 1970 hit, “Groove Me.”

Not only did Caleb take the stage with immense personality and confidence, he totally had the audience on their feet with the toe-tapping song, and even had coaches Blake Shelton and Shakira wishing that he was on their team. Even better? When Adam Levine — the coach he actually wanted — pushed his button and secured him for his team, Caleb was so elated, he nearly stopped his performance! But after some coaching from, well, his coach, Caleb pushed through with the same excitement and confidence he came to the stage with.

Do you agree with our pick? Watch the clip below and tell us if you agree in the comments below!

03.12.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Afiya Augustine
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