Tonight on The Voice, a renowned sports star faced his biggest challenge yet, while jaw-dropping performances had the coaches spinning.
Thirteen-year-old Ethan Hall went viral as the hiccups kid when he sang the national anthem mid hiccups episode at a baseball game in 2015. Tonight his performance of Sarah Brightman’s Pie Jesu was flawless, turning all four coaches’ chairs before choosing to join Team Jess.
“Your voice is super unique, I love your energy. I just love everything about you,” said Jess about her newest team member.
Professional jockey and the rider of over 200 wins, Robbie Dolan, 26, received a standing ovation and four chair turns with his rendition of James Bay’s Let it Go. Despite no professional singing training, Robbie’s raw talent shone through.
Rita was thrilled to secure Robbie, who she called a “rough diamond, star in the making.”
Tamworth Teen Freddie Bailey took a risk singing Keith Urban’s Wild Hearts and it paid off, landing him a spot on Team Keith and fulfilling his dream to perform with the superstar coach
Guy and Rita went head to head after Emerson Alexander’s rendition of Head to Heart by Joel Corry. Guy emerged victorious, claiming Emerson’s voice was “unique, so effortless – I wouldn’t change a thing.”
In her fourth attempt at The Voice, 21-year-old Zoe Koul dazzled the coaches with her interpretation of Hold by Vera Blue. A fierce pitch-off ensued as Keith blocked reigning champion Guy, declaring: “You gotta fight for your artist, the one you believe in, and slay the dragon.
Eighteen-year-old Georgie Lyons, whose 83-year-old grandpa inspired her to audition, joined Team Guy after performing Justin Bieber’s Anyone