James Wolpert took the stage tonight on THE VOICE for her Top 6 video performance. James Wolpert sang “I’d Do Anything for Love” by Meatloaf. Tonight’s show the remaining artists from each coach, Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, CeeLo Green and Blake Shelton team performed live for America’s vote and the chance to move on to the Semi-Finals.
Judges Comments: “Adam says that ever since they decided on this song he has been singing it; James is actually sick and is proud of him having come up on stage even though he has kind of lost his voice but still did an amazing job.” If you want James to make it to the semi-finals don’t forget you have to vote for her.
On last week’s show James sang “Somebody to Love” and the judges loved her performance. The judges said this about her performance, “Adam says that Queen in general is one of the tallest orders for a male vocalist; Adam believes that James could sing in Queen. It was an unbelievably impressive performance; it was dynamic and beautiful. Blake says that it was incredible; it was dynamic and dramatic. It was a solid performance and one of his best performances so far. Christina says he should feel very proud; he used a lot of the stage and kind have had a feeling she was watching a Broadway show. CeeLo says he`s a big fan of Queen but he did such a wonderful job, his timing was great; one of the greatest performances on the history of The Voice.”
It’s a special full night of The Voice tonight when the Top 6 artists sing in the hopes of being saved by your votes and making it to the semi-finals. Coach Blake Shelton, Xenia and multi-platinum artist Kelly Clarkson will perform on tomorrow night’s results show. Blake will sing the holiday classic “Silver Bells” with Xenia, who was a popular member of his team during season one of “The Voice.” Clarkson will sing “Underneath the Tree” from her just released Christmas album “Wrapped in Red.” Also on tomorrow night’s results show two more contestants will be sent home.
Check out the video below and let us know what you thought of his performance? Was it enough to send James through to the semi-finals? Sound out in the comments below and let us know your thoughts.