The Voice Australia – The Final Eight Sing
Delta, Delta, Delta why did you pick Steve Clisby over the talented and unique Jacquie Sarnias? Sure Steve Clisby is a good singer and a cool dude but he has had enough air time to make a nice living out of the club circuit. He is not Australia’s next superstar. Delta did not even need to mentor him she spent her time chatting to his mother on Skype.
Jacquie is a very interesting performer but her team mate Celia who is also super talented was getting the push in her team.
At this stage the final four is going to be Luke, Harrison, Celia and hopefully Kyomi on Team Joel but Danny appears to be getting the popular vote.
Why they don’t just a tie for first place between Harrison and Luke make them form a duo called the Beige Brothers and market it as a Voice world first. Sure they hit all the right notes and are good looking lads but they are a tad dull. I blame the mummy vote (yes my demographic) for all the votes they are getting, and chances are one of them will win.
Tonight Simon Meli, Jacquie, Michael Stangel and Alex Gibson were eliminated and it was down to the final eight.
Again there was a mix of performances. Danny Ross was drowned out by his backing singers, Steve Clisby gave his usual professional performance as did Mitchell Anderson but there was no “growth”. Celia Davy was given a Carol King number that was over thirty years old though she did make it sound good. It will be interesting to see if she ever performs without her guitar.
Miss Murphy gave a slick but not memorable performance and Kyomi showed again with the right management and a bit of luck she could be an international recording star.
Harrison was given the first singing spot after the elimination results and Celia the last. Funny how some of the other singers cannot ever get these plum performance positions.
One of the highlights of the night was seeing Karise Eden sing, sure it was not note perfect but her voice is unique.
Who did you like on The Voice tonight? Were the right people eliminated?