Adam Wakefield of Team Blake chose to perform live “I’m Sorry” by Blake Shelton this week for his Top 8 song performance. Did you watch tonight’s show? In case you missed tonight’s show, CDL has you covered – read our full and detailed recap right here! [LINK HERE] And if you missed any of the videos – check those out right here.
On tonight’s show, the Top Eight artists performed live for coaches Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Pharrell Williams for America’s votes and a chance to move to the next round. This season the competition is fierce and each of the Top 8 must sing their heart out and deliver the performances of a lifetime to win Season 10 of The Voice.
On tonight’s Top 8 episode, Adam sang “I’m Sorry” by Blake Shelton as his live performance and this is the judges’ comments about his performance:
“It’s Team Blake’s Adam Wakefield who has chosen I’m Sorry by Blake Shelton. Blake is happy that he chose the Chris Stapleton-written song and Pink says it seems too easy for him. Adam gets Pharrell up on his feet and Blake too.
Pharrell says he doesn’t feel like Adam is competing and is just sharing his music with America and says he picks crazy songs and is so accurate and brings a different kind of soul to country music and Blake’s team. Adam Levine says when the audience gets quiet, it’s because they are so taken by what he’s doing and he blew them away.
He says they were so moved, they just held still. Coach Blake says he’s embarrassed that he ever sang that song after Adam’s performance. Adam Levine says it’s like his but better. Blake calls that a breakout moment.”
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