Top 10 'Voice' performances featuring contestants

The Voice started a musical revolution all with the push of a red button. NBC brought together some of the biggest names in music to mentor singers that at the time are unknown to the music industry but this singing competition was not based on anything but their voices. Each coach is facing away from the contestant when he/she takes the stage during the blind auditions. Fans loved the concept and it has become a huge hit for NBC.

This Monday The Voice returns for a whole new season. Some amazing musical talent has come out of the show like, country darlings Cassadee Pope and Danielle Bradbery along with pop sensation Michelle Chamuel and season one winner Javier Colon. What will this season bring? Only time and a few four chair turns will tell.

TheCelebrityCafe.com is counting down the top ten Voice performances from former contestants. From blind auditions to the finale performances, these musical notes are not going anywhere anytime soon. The Voice will return tomorrow night on NBC with coaches, Blake Shelton, Usher, Shakira and Adam Levine. TheCelebrityCafe.com will be recapping and live tweeting each episode during this season of The Voice.

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10. Listen- Trevin Hunte

Trevin Hunte shocked audiences with his blind auditions, it is hard to believe that someone would tell Hunte he would never make it in the music industry. This cover of “Listen” is still remembered during blind auditions today.

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9. Lean On Me-Nicholas David

Nicholas David and his unique style took over his season of the Voice and this cover of “Lean On Me” is a fan favorite.

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8. Back To Black- Jacquie Lee

Jacquie Lee was a tour de force on Team Christina, from the first note fans knew that this young girl had true musical talent.

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7. I Believe In This Life- Jermaine Paul

Jermaine Paul one of many Team Blake victors to win the entire show came back to perform his latest single “I Believe In This Life” and it was fun for fans to see how well artists do leaving the show and how much the coaches are still involved in their musical progression.

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6. Who I Am- Danielle Bradbery

Danielle Bradbery won her season and it is clear to see how that happened with her performance of “Who I Am.”

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5. Wrecking Ball- Matthew Schuler

Matthew Schuler had the fastest four chair turn in the history of The Voice and he did not slow down after joining Team Christina, he knocked the competition out with his cover of Miley Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball.”

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4. Try- Tessanne Chin

Tessanne Chin the current champion of The Voice had a vocal range that was unlike any other that was clear from her first blind audition when she covered Pink’s “Try.”

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3. Over You-Cassadee Pope

Cassadee Pope, who won The Voice left the audience and her coach Blake Shelton when she performed the emotional, “Over You” which was written in honor of Shelton’s late brother. It was one of the most moving moments on the show to date.

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2. Fix You- Javier Colon

Javier Colon one the very first season of the Voice and from the first note during his blind audition the competition was over. He managed to have every song he performed soar to new heights and this performance of “Fix You” by Coldplay did not leave a dry eye in the house and for fans at home, this performance is still being talked about.

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1. True Colors- Michelle Chamuel

Even though Michelle Chaumel didn’t win her season of the The Voice she won over the hearts of everyone watching when she performed “True Colors.” This is one of the most honest, pure and emotional performances that Chamuel did on the show and watching it back makes fans ready for another season of The Voice to kick off.

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