Juliet Simms ‘Blacks Out’ While Impressing ‘The Voice’ Judges With Aerosmith’s ‘Cryin”
The final performer on 'The Voice' always has the advantage of not having to worry about clean up, which worked out well for rocker Juliet Simms on Monday night. After her emotional performance of 'Cryin'' by Aerosmith, it would have been tough to watch another singer (Pip?) wade through the pile of snow white feathers that fell from the ceiling.
Simms opened the performance in black angel wings, which were set off by two oversized, gold crosses dangling from her ears. By the end of the performance she had set the heavy stress of the show aside while proving she knows how to smile.
You are fabulous!" Christina Aguilera said. "You're just so, you don't care. It's almost like you black out when you're on stage." Indeed it did look like the 25-year-old awoke, surprised, from a dark dream when she finished singing.
"It brought back memories of last fall, of duck season," Blake Shelton said during one of those moments the country singer seems to be hoping host Carson Daly would pick another coach to talk to. One member of team Cee Lo had to go home immediately after Simms' performance wrapped up, but fortunately for the Florida girl, it wasn't her. Boston ladies man James Massone was sent packing.
Watch Juliet Simms Perform 'Cryin'' on 'The Voice'