The Voice Season 6: Which Coach Do You Think Is the Most Persuasive?
While we enjoy the thrill of discovering new talent, if we’re being truly honest with you, our favorite part of The Voice’s Blind Auditions is watching the coaches duke it out to nab the best singers for their teams. Each of them has their own special techniques, but it seems the audience finds Season 5 winner Adam Levine’s approach the most persuasive.
A whopping 47 percent of fans on ViggleLIVE! think Adam makes the best arguments when it comes to luring artists to his team. We are hard-pressed to disagree, considering he wins almost every four-chair turn on the show. In fact, more Vigglers were convinced by Adam’s skills than Blake Shelton (23 percent) and Usher (combined). Poor Shakira trails behind with only 10 percent placing her powers of persuasion above the others.
Shakira does tend to make appeals to logic when she tries to sway artists to join her, forgetting that artists tend to make decisions based on their gut feelings. Let’s face it, pursuing a career in a field as uncertain and brutal as music definitely defies logic. Unlike Shak, Usher tends to rely on his ample charms, while Blake tries to forge a sense of familiarity. But Adam? Adam ain’t too proud to beg.
And it seems that approach is working just fine for him! It won him Season 5 winner Tessanne Chin, after all.
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