Night 6 of the Voice Blinds brought us Hanna Eyre on The Voice 2017 and The Voice coaches 2017 were fighting to get her on their team! With only a few spots remaining on their teams, it was critical to get the ones they wanted on The Voice Season 12! Check out the Hanna Eyre audition on The Voice USA 2017 last night below in our The Voice 2017 spoilers!
For her performance on The Voice 2017, she takes on “Blank Space” by Taylor Swift. Her dad is the one that signed her up for the audition! She is 15 years old and the oldest of four siblings. She started playing piano at five years old and her mother was her first teacher. She now teaches piano herself, but singing and songwriting is her passion. She starts singing and has such a sweet and soft voice. She sounds similar to a softer Taylor Swift, but gets Adam to hit his button pretty quickly. I think she has a strong voice, but needs some coaching. She is 15, so you can’t blame her. Blake and Gwen join Adam in the end!
For the coaches, Adam Levine said she is so cute. By the end, she was doing the best stuff she did the entire performance and he is going to claw and fight for her. She is miraculously talented and blown away by her. Gwen Stefani said she wants to find a girl that is sparkly and talented and she is exactly what she was looking for today. Alicia Keys said she has a beautiful voice and loves listening to her. Blake Shelton said she has an approach that is not like anyone else he has heard. She started singing and it sounded like a lullaby, but she has this range. She is the type of artist that gets him excited for his job.
BLIND AUDITION VIDEO
They all tried, but Hanna picks to join Team Adam on The Voice USA 2017! Check out the Hanna Eyre blind audition here:
Do you think Hanna Eyre is the winner of The Voice Season 12?
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