We got the the bowtie (Pip) and the “mandanna” (James Massone) out of the way last episode (“mandanna” … that cracks me up), so what happened this episode? Confusion.
You see … I don’t get it. I don’t understand what’s that difficult about starting what you finish on The Voice.
Here … let me break it down for you: When it comes to elimination time, when you have to sing for your life to advance in the standings, what you do is … SING YOUR ASS OFF … !!!
What don’t these contestants get about that … !??
Come this particular night, Tony Lucca and Jamar Rogers didn’t have to worry — they were saved by the voters. Mathai, Katrina Parker, Juliet Simms and Cheesa, on the other hand, did.
Katrina sang like she wanted it. Mathai, while putting out an interesting song, didn’t do as well. Result? Katrina got picked to advance by Adam.
Cheesa? I knew she was going. Know why? Because her performance started out slowly and boringly, then digressed to something so uneven there was no possible way it could affect Cee Lo’s decision to save her. Juliet on the other hand (and though a little screechy) put a performance out there tons better than Cheesa.
Yes. You bet it’s easy to sit there on my comfy chair and armchair quarterback these things. The difference is I not only listen and critique these things, I make plenty of mistakes. Some I slap the side of my head at while telling myself “Damn, that was obvious … why didn’t I see that?!?” while others aren’t quite so blatant.
Mathai’s and Cheesa’s performances? They seemed easy to figure our compared to Katrina’s and Juliet’s.
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