‘The Voice’ Coaches Electrify With Prince Medley
Tonight on night two of the blind audition rounds on 'The Voice,' coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Cee Lo Green and Christina Aguilera opened the show with an ode to His Royal Badness, Prince. The superstar panel of mentors performed a medley of songs by the 'Purple Rain' hitmaker, with each of them getting their own little solo spot to show off their different types of vocals.
With Adam Levine on guitar, Christina Aguilera, who was wearing some sort of crazy studded Lady Gaga hat and a leather corset, got the party started with '1999.' Of course, her voice was flawless and powerful, and she later handed off singing duties to country crooner Blake Shelton, who took things way down low in the vocal department. Cee Lo and Levine sang a few lines as well, and their smooth, silky voices sounded amazing with the Prince tune.
Appropriately, Green was wearing a suit that was entirely adorned with red sparkles for his rendition of 'Little Red Corvette,' although it seemed as if he was mumbling at points. Levine nearly shattered every piece of glass in the building as he sexily sang falsetto on 'I Wanna Be Your Lover.' The quartet closed things out on a high note, with a rockabilly version of 'Kiss,' with Shelton taking the lead.
What a way to start the show! We can't wait to see who 'The Voice' judges recruit for their teams tonight!
Watch 'The Voice' Coaches Perform a Prince Medley