Music is universal and the coaches of The Voice just proved that when they took on each other's hit songs, successfully nailing it each time.
Returning to The Voice this season, Gwen Stefani chose to perform her coaching rival, Blake Shelton's popular song, "Neon Lights". Her unique style, which is a mixture of pop and ska, put a new twist to a song which normally embodies country music. So, when it was Shelton's turn to lend his country twang to No Doubt's "Don't Speak", we knew it was going to be something great - and it was. But let's be honest, folks, Mr. Shelton could probably sing the phone book and it'd be a fantastic listen.
Next up was Pharrell Williams, who covered Maroon 5's "Sugar". Williams and Adam Levine have similar singing styles, so we knew that their renditions would also be a feast for the ears. Williams absolutely nailed it. Levine impressed with the Pharrell Williams/Daft Punk worldwide hit, "Lucky", easily hitting the high notes. All four coaches came together at the end to finish off the song, raising spirits and bringing the house down in the process.
It was definitely a party, as sparks fell from the ceiling, consuming the stage and the performers, while the audience rocketed from their chairs to their feet, screaming and cheering for the ever-talented coaches and mentors.
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