Audra McLaughlin The Voice “Forgive” Video 5/5/14 #TheVoice

Audra McLaughlin The Voice “Forgive” Video 5/5/14 #TheVoice

Team Blake Shelton’s contestant Audra McLaughlin took the stage tonight on THE VOICE for her Top 8 live performance.  Audra sang “Forgive” by Rebecca Lynn Howard.  On tonight’s show the remaining artists from each coach, Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Usher and Shakira’s team performed live for America’s vote and the chance to move on to the Top 6.  Did you miss tonight’s episode?  If you did miss it, we watched it and we recapped it right here for you.

On last week’s episode Audra sang “Let Her Go” by The Band Perry and Blake had this to say about his performance, “Blake says that he is so proud and excited because she just made everyone pay attention to her; having an amazing moment.”

On tomorrow night’s episode America will vote to eliminate two artists from the competition. The three artists with the least number of votes will face elimination and sing once again in hopes to stay in the competition. One will remain by surviving the Instant Save and the other two will be eliminated.

On tonight’s episode Blake Shelton, a multiple Grammy Award nominee, will be joined by former “Voice” artists Gwen Sebastian, who was a member of Team Blake during the show’s second season in 2012. Sebastian went on to tour with Blake following her time on “The Voice.” season seven coaches Pharrell Williams and Gwen Stefani will sing their respective hit singles. Pharrell will perform “Come Get It Bae” from his new album, “Girl.” Stefani will perform “Hollaback Girl” from her debut solo album, “Love. Angel. Music. Baby.”

Check out the video below and let us know what you thought of Audra McLaughlins performance? Was it enough for her to move on to next week’s show? Did you miss any of the other artist’s performances? If you did, you can see them all HERE! Sound out in the comments below and let us know your thoughts were of tonight’s The Voice Top 8 Performances.



  • John Graham

    I wanted to love this performance so much, but the enunciation was so poor most of the song came across as mumbling. I only understood every other third word or occasional phrase. Of course the sound engineers didnt help, drowning her out with the band as they do with almost every singer except Sissaundra because shes so powerful. Really too bad because it seemed like a good performance if only we could have heard what she had to sing.