Desz’s impressive blind audition for The Voice garnered a 4-chair turn from the judges. She may be the contestant to beat in the battles to come.
It looks like Season 19 of The Voice will feature some major competition, and Texan singer-songwriter, Desz, might be the contestant to beat. Who is this Houstonian singer who got a 4-chair turn around during her audition?
Let’s get to know who Desz is. She performed a stunning cover of “Unbreak My Heart” by Toni Braxton during her audition for this season of The Voice. Fans and judges alike were blown away by her incredible powerhouse voice. The 30-year old aspiring singer definitely has the talent and the guts thanks to years of singing and stage performances. Her stage presence was also impressive, as she showed up confident and poised in a leopard-print shirt and black hat.
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According to Billboard, Desz is a 30-year old aspiring artist, singer, and vocal coach from Houston, Texas. She moved to Los Angeles a couple of years ago to pursue her dream of being a singer. And boy, can she sing. This season is looking to be downright exciting, what with the announcement of judges Gwen Stefani’s and Blake Shelton’s engagement and, obviously, COVID-19 production switchups.
Fellow Texan Kelly Clarkson, who was the first to turn her chair during Desz’ performance, was gushing while giving her feedback. She said, “The fact that you chose that song means that you just set the bar, and it’s pretty high, because you’re insane.” Each and every judge worked hard to get Desz on their team, profusely complimenting her skills and the fact that she really made the song her own. Following her audition, fans were left with a cliffhanger, but since, viewers have found out that she joined Kelly Clarkson’s team.
Catch her stunning performance and the judges’ feedback here:
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The Voice airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8pm on NBC.
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