Jordis Unga began her very first live performance on 'The Voice' tonight (April 2) by leaning against the piano, singing the opening verse of Heart's '80s power ballad 'Alone' intently and steadily. It was just the calm before the storm, as the resident rocker on Team Blake Shelton really let 'er rip once she hit the chorus. She was building it up to tear it down and her performance was memorable because of it.
Being a judge on 'The Voice' may be tough, but it doesn't hold a Zippo flame to being a fan on the edge of her seat while watching the battle rounds. On Monday, rockers Jordis Unga and Brian Fuente took the stage to make their duet delivery of Alanis Morissette's 'Ironic,' both incredibly anxious knowing only one would be allowed to stay by the time the episode drew to an end.
Jordis Unga clearly loves her parents. The Minnesota native brought her adorable mom and proud papa to her auditions for 'The Voice,' where her dad danced in a hibiscus print tunic (that, admittedly, looked a lot like a dress to us). "I really feel obligated to give them something," Unga said of her supportive family. "First I was in punk rock band, then pop rock ... Now I'm going back to everything that made me want to be a musician in the first place."