Twain gave her best critiques to help each contestant put on the best performance possible, and one coach even assigned a song to one of his singers that was a little familiar to the guest mentor.
Adam Levine, coach to Lilli Passero, Mark Isaiah, and Jesse Larson, gave Passero Twain's hit song "Man! I Feel Like A Woman", which is a tall order to sing, without even adding the pressure of performing it in front of its original singer.
For the first time ever, The Voice installed a fifth coaching chair for Twain to witness the live shows, and the camera panned to her during Passero's performance.
Although Passero was feeling a little under the weather and wasn't actually able to rehearse the song in front of Twain, or even Levine, she came out of the gates nailing every sassy part of the song. She commanded the stage with so much confidence, we couldn't even tell that she had never had a full run through of the song!
“I think it was just awesome and a huge compliment to me,” Twain told her during the coaches' critiques. “You really do have the sass. I’m just so happy that you’re better. It’s really fun to see it in person and its a huge compliment to hear it done so well.”
What did you think of her performance? Watch it below.
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