Chicago-based dad Jesse Campbell has a big voice. But on tonight's episode of 'The Voice' (April 16), his coach Christina Aguilera chose Beyonce's 'Halo' as his song for his quarterfinal performance. Campbell can sing. That's never been disputed not will it ever be, but his choices have been safe, as opposed to adventurous. Tonight, he went the adventuresome route, with a little help from Xtina, who pushed him to be confident and to try something a little unexpected.
If you ask the judges, the best singer was saved for last during Monday night's episode of 'The Voice' on NBC. Four of the 12 singers will be sent home after Tuesday's results show, but if viewers are as enthusiastic about Jesse Campbell as Adam Levine was, the single father should be safe.
On tonight's (March 5) battle round of 'The Voice,' coach Christina Aguilera had Jesse Campbell, the singer for whom all the coaches turned their chairs around during the blind auditions, go against preacher's son Anthony Evans. It was a classic David vs. Goliath, favorite vs. underdog showdown for two gospel-style vocalists as they belted out Alicia Keys' 'If I Ain't Got You.' So who slayed who? Jesse took it, but only in the 15th round. It was that close.