Tonight on NBC’s Emmy Award-winning musical competition The Voice airs with an all-new Tuesday, October 8, 2019, season 17 episode 6 and we have your The Voice recap right below. On tonight’s The Voice season 17 episode 6, called, “The Blind Auditions, Part 6,” as per the NBC synopsis, “Coaches Kelly Clarkson, Gwen Stefani, John Legend and Blake Shelton vie to discover and coach the next singing phenomenon on the sixth night of blind auditions.”
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Myracle Holloway, 44, from Los Angeles, California is singing, “What I Was Your Man.” Blake turns his chair, with Gwen just behind him.
Judges Comments: Blake: “I was completely wrapped up in that performance, your voice sounded like you were just about to lose it, which is a gift. I would be so excited to rehearse with you just so I could hear your voice over and over again.” John: “I love the brokenness of your voice, we could hear you crying. I felt that connection.” Kelly: “I love your voice so much, my team is really filling up.” Gwen: “Using your pain to tell a story, I get that. Every song I wrote before met Blake was about heartache. I think this is your moment and I would love to work with you.”
Myrcle chooses Gwen as her coach.
Ricky Braddy, 36, from Nashville, Tennessee is singing, “The Story.” Blake turns his chair, followed by John, then Gwen.
Judges Comments: John: “I really enjoyed that performance, my friend, your range was just so exciting. You sound like a gospel singer especially in the higher notes, I felt the spirit. I feel like you could go so far vocally.” Gwen: “I am pretty sure you were singing, I was meant for you right to my face. I think your voice is incredible, there is a bit of a theatrical side to it. I only have one more space on Team Gwen, so this is a big deal and I would love to have you on my team.” Kelly: “You should do theater, you would slay any hall. It’s an incredible gift you have.” Blake: “When heard that song, I was like please Lord there is no way, and then when you got to the big stuff, it was like wow. I think we should give Gwen the opportunity to look for more artists.”
Rickey chooses Blake as his coach.
Damali, 16, from Newark, California is singing, “Ocean Eyes.” Kelly turns her chair.
Judges Comments: Gwen: “I have one spot left on my team and I was very close to pushing, and then when Kelly did I was super jealous. Some places sounded wild like you don’t have a lot of experience, but your voice is so beautiful. If there is an opportunity to steal you, I will.” Kelly: “I was going to turn before I did, but I wanted to trick them and wait to the very last second, it worked. I loved your voice and I am very excited to work with you.”
Steve Knill, 37, from San Francisco, California is singing, “Up To The Mountain.” Kelly turns her chair.
Judges Comments: Kelly: “It was beautiful and so telling, your falsetto is sweet and now you get to wear this amazing jacket.” John: “I think if you dial it back a bit your message will come across better.”
Destiny Rayne, 23, from Nashville, Tennessee is singing, “Make You Feel My Love.” Gwen and John turn their chairs.
Judges Comments: Gwen: “Your voice is so gorgeous, it’s ridiculous. I feel like you are able to take the lyrics and feel it. I can teach what I’ve learned to you.” John: “That was a compelling pitch by Gwen. I loved that you didn’t try to shoot for the moon, you stayed within a certain pocket, I would love to work with you.”
Destiny chooses John as her coach.
Jo James, 31, from Austin, Texas is singing, “It Ain’t Over ‘Till It’s Over.” No chairs turn.
Judges Comments: Gwen: “This is a crazy part of the show, as we are coming to the end. That was a crazy performance.” Kelly: “I know this is a bummer, it doesn’t make us feel good either.” John: “You do really have an excellent voice and part of what happened I think is maybe you tried to put a lot of ideas into the performance, but that is fixable.”
Khalea, 36, from Tampa, Florida, is singing, “Best Part.” Blake turns, then Kelly and John, and Gwen last.
Judges Comments: John: “Your tone is so beautiful, every choice you made was spot on. You mesmerized everyone. You have passion and discipline. I would love for you to be on the team of the defending Voice champion.” Gwen: “I think my favorite thing was watching afterward being so grateful and at the moment.” Kelly: “Your voice is a little jazz, but is so soulful.” Blake: “Please pick me. I am the senior coach here, the only person here every season.”
Khalea chooses John as her coach.