‘The Voice’ Season 4, Episode 11 Recap: Judith Hill and Sasha Allen Knockout Their Contenders
Last night's episode of ‘The Voice’ began with the Knockout Round. Who survived the head-to-head battle?
For the Knockout Round, each coach picks two random teammates to perform against one another to advance to the next round which are the Playoffs. The contestants who are chosen have to perform a song they picked for themselves to impress the judges. The teams performing last night came from were Adam Levine's and Shakira's leadership.
It’s hard not to wonder how Judith Hill will NOT win this competition. She has the voice, the look, stage presence and the style. Just end the season and give this girl a contract already! She’s basically flawless and you will automatically feel bad for any contestant that goes against her.
Case in point, Orlando Dixon, who just didn’t have a chance against her even if he tried. Judith gave an effortless, perfect performance of 'Always on My Mind,' originally sung by Brenda Lee. Orlando did his best with his performance of 'All My Life' by K-Ci & JoJo but there was no way he was going to win. No way!
Another showstopper was Sasha Allen who performed 'At Last' by Etta James. She hit the high note at the end and vocally knocked out her contender, Shawna P. Shakira said Sasha's vocals gave her “goos bumps” and that was definitely the reason why she chose her over Shawna P.
Sasha and Judith are the main contestants to watch out for this season.
Watch Judith Hill Perform 'Always on My Mind' On 'The Voice'