The Voice Recap 2/24/15- Season 8- The Blind Auditions, Part 2

By on February 24, 2015
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“The Voice” has kicked off season eight and everyone seems happy to have Christina Aguilera back. She has been gone for two seasons now where Shakira and Gwen Stefani took her place. You can keep up with her return and the season eight premiere of “The Voice” right here. 


The judges started the show with a group performance to get the crowd going and then it was time to welcome Christina back. This is the first season that she has worked with Pharrell Williams so this should be super fun and interesting. Again, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton were at it again and it actually caused some amazing laughs. Though I may not want Christina on my television, I am happy that the coaches are no longer super sweet and lovey dovey. It seems like every coach has started to build a team in the two-hour season premiere…except poor Adam, who was mocked mercilessly by Blake.

There were a lot of great young singers and one of the highlights was when a sixteen year old named Bryce did not make it through. But she revealed that she sang Pharrell’s “Happy” at a recent competition and won. To make up for her not going through, Pharrell hopped on to the stage and performed said song with the teen. He then encouraged her to come back next year once she has had a little more time. Pharrell and last season’s winner Blake seemed to be the teams to want to be on.

As the season progresses, the coaches will have additional mentors to help with their teams. Team Adam will have Ellie Goulding; Team Blake will have Meghan Trainor; Team Pharrell will have Lionel Richie and Team Xtina will have Nick Jonas. It should be a crazy good season and the blind auditions, with host Carson Daly returns tonight!

Keep reading to see how the teams shape up!

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