Andi And Alex “The Voice” Audition Video: Twins Turn Four Chairs With “Thank You”
Twins Andi and Alex turned all four chairs and got a standing ovation from the judges on Tuesday’s episode of “The Voice.” Check out the video below!
The Wisconsin-based 23-year-olds began harmonizing together when they were young kids, and started a band after high school called She The Monster. But as the group recently disbanded, Andi and Alex saw “The Voice” as their last chance before going their separate ways. They just shouldn’t plan to go anywhere quite yet.
Initially, just one sister began singing, and when the other kicked in, each of the judges perked up. Gwen Stefani was the first to hit her button, followed by Adam Levine, while Blake Shelton and Pharrell hit theirs simultaneously a little later. Each coach seemed mesmerized as they watched the contestants finish their act.
Levine told the siblings afterward, “There’s so much that’s incredible about what we just heard. Whether you guys were in unison or in harmony, it was just so unbelievably thoughtful. You could hear each of you being compassionate to the other vocally. That’s kind of lightning in a bottle.”
And he wasn’t done. The Maroon 5 front man continued, “I’m going to keep fighting as hard as I can for you guys, because I think you guys are one of the most perfectly-fitting duos I’ve ever heard. I am astonished at how good that way.”
Shelton called the performance “truly phenomenal,” and pointed out that he’s “the only person who has taken a duo to the finale” with The Swon Brothers. He noted that duos tend to struggle in the NBC competition because one is usually better than other, but not here. “There is something different and special about you two that I want to take y’all to the finale,” stated Shelton.
Gwen Stefani told Andi and Alex, “I think what was really magical about it was you took a song and we heard it in a whole different way and that’s so incredible.” And Pharrell gave a heartfelt plea of his own, saying, “I’m happy that this show has this kind of talent coming up there. I probably seem like the super odd one out and we have nothing in common.” The singer-rapper-producer, however, went on to point out that he won last season with Sawyer Fredericks, all because the teen taught him, and not the other way around.
But it was Levine who made the best case, and the twins chose him as their coach. Coupled with scoring Viktor Kiraly earlier in the episode, as Gossip Cop reported, the superstar couldn’t help but declare, “The king of the four-chair turns is back!” Watch below, and tell us what you think!