Anita Antoinette Scores With “Turn Your Lights Down Low” On The Voice (VIDEO)
Anita Antoinette, who didn’t get a single chair to turn around for her last year during her audition on “The Voice,” had all four coaches fighting for her on Monday after her performance of the Bob Marley song, “Turn Your Lights Down Low.”
Not only did Adam Levine, Gwen Stefani, Pharrell, and Blake Shelton turn their chairs for her, but Antoinette received a standing ovation from the audience.
Stefani said, “I would have picked you [last year],” adding, “You were really owning the song” and “I love you.” Meanwhile, Levine reminded Antoinette, who hails from Jamaica that he helped Tessanne Chin, who’s also from the Caribbean island, win “The Voice.”
Pharrell liked how the singer wanted to do music that touches people, assuring her, “I’d love to help you do that.” And after Shelton made his pitch for Antoinette, Pharrell interestingly endorsed the country-singing coach by saying, “He could be great for you.”
So, who did she pick? Antoinette went with Stefani!
Check out the video below of Antoinette’s performance and tell us what you think.
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