Rapper Flo Rida brought his addictive urban energy to the stage on the season finale of 'The Voice' this evening, May 8. He performed a medley of 'Whistle,' which was the live performance debut of the song, as well as the hit 'Wild Ones,' with rocker and Team Cee Lo finalist Juliet Simms. It was a live, onstage collision of rap and rock that was completely and utterly believable.
Juliet Simms, the resident rocker, sole remaining female and the representative of Team Red -- aka Cee Lo Green's squad -- took the stage for the final performance round of 'The Voice' tonight (May 7) to perform 'Crazy.' Cee Lo's group Gnarls Barkley made a splash with that song in '00s and Simms paid tribute to the coach whom she thanked for turning his chair around for her all the way back in February.
Juliet Simms advanced to next week's finals on tonight's (May 1) elimination/results episode of 'The Voice,' where she will represent Team Cee Lo Green. Early on favorite Jamar Rogers was sent home as a result of the combined voting of Cee Lo and America. It's worth mentioning that Simms, a powerhouse rock vocalist who reminds us of Janis Joplin, thanks to those husky pipes, will be the sole female in the finals. So if you are all about girl power...
America saved Jamar Rogers for Team Cee Lo on 'The Voice,' so Juliet Simms and Cheesa had to perform for the save on tonight's (April 24) elimination episode. Cee Lo is the lady killa, so this battle was probably equally difficult for him. He ended up choosing Simms, ultimately ending Cheesa's time in the competition. Rogers and Simms will represent Cee Lo's beloved Team Red in the semis next week.
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.
Adam Levine gave 'The Voice' singer Juliet Simms a great compliment after she finished singing 'Roxanne' by the Police: the Maroon 5 singer turned to Cee Lo Green and told him he hates him. During the blind auditions, Green beat out the other coaches for Simms' talents, which were on full display Monday night.
Cee Lo Green chose Rod Stewart's 'Stay With Me' for Juliet Simms, who is gritty, gravelly and essentially a female version of the British singer, and Sarah Golden, who gives unexpected songs a folky twist with her voice for the battle round on tonight's (March 12) episode of 'The Voice.' At first, it seemed like Simms had a distinct and decided edge since the song played to her strengths as a rocker, but Cee Lo said that Golden could be the dark horse because he knew she could sing this song.