Watch Matt Schuler Sing ‘Hallelujah’ on The Voice 2013 – 11/11/13 – Season 5

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Matthew Schuler has sung his way into the fan’s hearts on Season 5 of The Voice. As one of the Top 12 contestants, Matt sang ‘Hallelujah,’ on this week’s episode. We have the complete recap of this week’s episode of The Voice here.

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The contestants are dwindling. Last week, the coaches picked the Top 12 contestants, after they sang their hearts out for America and the coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green, had a tough time choosing who would stay and continue competing this season. Two people from each team were saved by America, while one more was saved by the coach.

The Voice Recap 11/11/13- Top 12 LIVE- Season 5 – Videos

Last week Matt Schuler gave an amazing performance of the song, “Wrecking Ball” for Team Christina!!  The coaches gave him rave reviews saying: Cee Lo: Matthew did not pick him as his coach but Cee Lo tells him he did a great job and loves him; Adam said he has all of the elements needed to be a singer and lights a fire under Adam to make him want to improve his team; Blake: (points to his team) this is the guy, so good; Christina: they love you and everyone needs to vote for him.  Check out Matt’s performance of Wrecking Ball here.

If you missed the first LIVE eliminations, we have your complete recap right here.

Check out Matt singing ‘Hallelujah’ on the next page.

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4 Responses to Watch Matt Schuler Sing ‘Hallelujah’ on The Voice 2013 – 11/11/13 – Season 5

  1. Barbara Greene says:

    I’m not sure if I like the way they pick the contestant to go home, with text messages on twitter within the last 5 minutes of the show. It’s not fair for it to be that way. Maybe people can’t get to twitter in those 5 minutes for some reason. They should just stick with the one that had the lowest votes called in the night before. Last week I thought that guy Johnny should have stayed in, and Kat go home (I’m not to fond of her). The thing I feel is, which one of these two had the overall lowest votes. Why are they changing the way they pick the winners now. I loved the way this show was run before, but I’m not a fan of this new thing of Twittering in the last five minutes. I hope they do away with that!!!

  2. Denise Jon says:

    Bingo Barb!!!!!!!!! I LOVE THIS GUY!!!!!!!! Nat King Cole was the first thought when I saw Matt the first nite of blind auditions. He too gave me chills and tears with his rendition of Hallelujah, but it wasn’t the way he sang it…it was HOW he sang. He exudes emotion which has been evident in all of his performances so far, just watch his face and body language and listen to “the voice”…his voice. Thank you Matt for being a great instructor on the importance of music in life. Hey, when you cut your album (CD) can you do a video as well? You HAVE TO put the complete version of this song on it. YOU HAVE ALL MY VOTES THIS SEASON!!!!!!!!!

  3. wanda harris says:

    Matthew did an amazing job

  4. Barbara Greene says:

    I just love Matthew’s voice. He can sing anything if he wanted to. I hope they continue to pick good songs for him to sing, that’s so important….”The Song”. When he sang Hallelujah tonight it was done beautifully. I actually had tears in my eyes he really got to me with his singing….Such wonderful talent. I have a feeling Matthew is going to win this year on The Voice. He kind of reminds me of a young Nat Cole. He sang some very beautiful songs…Smile, When I Fall in Love, etc. (Some of the Oldies are the Goodies to sing on these shows!!!
    Matt, you are a great singer, keep up the good work. I’m one of your favorite fans.

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