Bryan Bautista “The Voice” Knockout Video: Watch Justin Bieber “Sorry” Performance!

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Bryan Bautista Voice Knockout Video

By Shari Weiss


Bryan Bautista Voice Knockout Video


Bryan Bautista successfully covered Justin Bieber’s “Sorry” for his “Knockout” performance on Monday’s “The Voice.” Check out the video below!

As Gossip Cop has reported, Team Christina’s Bautista broke out in a big way during the “Battle” round. His duet with Malik Heard scored a standing ovation, and Blake Shelton even called the performance “incredible.” Aguilera chose Bautista as the winner, but he now had another hurdle to cross in order to get to the Live Playoffs.

For the “Knockouts” Bautista had to go up against Trey O’Dell, who as Gossip Cop reported, Aguilera stole from Shelton during the “Battles.” The aspiring star said he chose Bieber’s hit because he didn’t want to be known as just a soul singer. And in rehearsal with key advisor Miley Cyrus, she and Aguilera were impressed by the reggae flair he brought to the track.

Bautista, who actually didn’t make it through the season 9 Blind Auditions, went on to kill the official performance, while O’Dell did well with OneRepublic’s “I Lived.” The panel was unanimous, though, that Bautista took the “Knockout.” Pharrell told him, “Bryan, you brought it. You entertained on all levels.”

Adam Levine noted, “Bryan, you have so many more tools in the shed than most people… The range you have is insane.” And Blake Shelton pointed out, “When that song started, all the girls in here started freaking out. You have that little confidence boost.”

It was no surprise then when Aguilera named Bautista the winner. Watch below!

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