Chris Jamison Gets A Standing Ovation With “Cry Me A River” On Voice Finale, Debuts Original Song “Velvet” (VIDEOS)
Chris Jamison received a standing ovation for his incredible cover of “Cry Me A River” on part one of Monday’s season 7 finale of “The Voice,” after he wowed with two other performances. Check out all the videos below!
The college student’s third and final song of the night was the Justin Timberlake hit, and it was a huge score that Timberlake cleared the rights for Jamison to perform it. It amazingly showcased his falsetto, and the emotion he puts into his songs. The judges were wowed, too, and coach Adam Levine actually gave a standing ovation that had him standing on top of his chair. He quipped to his artist, “Chris, my young Jedi. Welcome, and congratulations.”
Earlier in the finale, Jamison took the stage with Levine to perform a duet of “Lost Without You” by Robin Thicke. That song allowed both Jamison and Levine to showcase their falsetto skills. No wonder they get along so well! Like the rest of Final Four, Jamison also debuted an original song. Called “Velvet,” Levine compared it to a would-be Michael Jackson track, and he won raves for that performance, too.
Check out all the performances videos below, as well as Jamison’s music video for “Velvet.” The winner, whether it be Jamison, teammates Matt McAndrew and Damien, or Blake Shelton artist Craig Wayne Boyd, will be revealed on part two of “The Voice” finale on Tuesday. Tell us if you want Jamison to win!