‘The Voice’ Recap: Sarah Simmons Has All 4 Coaches Begging

Tue, March 26, 2013 9:48pm EDT by 5 Comments
Sarah Simmons The Voice
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On Tuesday, March 26, season four of ‘The Voice’ proved it will be the best season yet! With Spanish speaking folk singers, to a model-turned-pop star, the judges became the vulnerable ones, begging the talent to join their team.

The night started with a gorgeous model who chose a Maroon 5 song – so, how did he react when Adam Levine wanted him? Then, the night went out on an amazing note with a 22-year-old student who turned all four chairs. Watch the amazing audition below!

Josiah Hawley Makes Usher Dance

For the girls in the audience, it was a great idea to open the show with a male model-turned-singer. Josiah Hawley, 27, has been modelling while in school to pay the bills, but has been trying to make it in the music world.

So, when he took on “Sunday Morning” by Maroon 5 – the band that Adam is the lead singer of, the crowd went crazy. And they weren’t the only ones.

He turned the chairs of Blake Shelton, Usher, and Adam, and then they all worked to convince him they were best!

“You picked my song!” Adam pleaded. But, it wasn’t enough, and he – to all of our surprises – chose Usher! Now, that is a great duo.

Plus, Usher danced his way back to his chair after greeting Josiah, just to rub it in the guys’ faces. We love the friendly competition.

Sarah Simmons Blows Minds With Joan Osborne Cover

Another night of The Voice, another amazing woman ending the show. Last night it was Judith Hill who rocked the competition. Tonight, it was a 22-year-old student Sarah Simmons.

Singing “One of Us,” Sarah started with a soft tone, displaying her sensitive side, which caused bothe Adam and Shakira to hit their buttons. Then, she got a little raspy and it seemed like clock work – Blake and Usher turned.

So, after all four judges laid out what they had to offer, Sarah was left with a tough decision — which included Blake screaming “PICK BLAKE” and Adam literally begging “please, please, please,” with (an adorable) pout.

And, her choice was… Team Adam!

If you’re keeping count, that’s the second front-runner Adam has picked up! Now let’s just hope when it comes time for him to team up his own team, he doesn’t put them against each other!

So, HollywoodLifers, which team would YOU choose?

WATCH: Sarah’s “One of Us” – The Voice

– Emily Longeretta

More ‘The Voice’ News:

  1. Shakira Loses Out On Top Acts On ‘The Voice’ Premiere
  2. ‘The Voice’ Recap: Judith Hill Crushes Competition, Wows All 4 Coaches
  3. Christina Milian Talks ‘The Voice’: Usher’s Got Something Up His Sleeve

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Jerry

Posted at 6:47 PM on May 31, 2013  

Sarah Simmons elimination was the voice biggest mistake ever.
she’s one of the world best singers.

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jon e

Posted at 7:55 PM on April 17, 2013  

It was like God sent an angel down from heaven and sang thru Sara. In my 49 years on this planet I have never heard such perfection. Her talents are WAY beyond the show!!!!!!! :) :) :)

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Shari Jobe

Posted at 1:29 AM on March 29, 2013  

Sarah Simmons, I must have watched your video a million times…YOU ARE the true meaning of “AWESOME!”

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Bryanna

Posted at 10:29 PM on March 27, 2013  

I completely agree with Adam that Sarah could win this season. I loved her audition and am definitely looking forward to seeing what else she does on this show. Sadly, I’m never home to watch The Voice live anymore because I work a late shift at DISH during the week. My DISH Hopper automatically records all the primetime shows on NBC every night, though, so I’m able to turn it on as soon as I get home.

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abe is doing it?!!?

Posted at 11:53 PM on March 26, 2013  

it’s alway’s the same story with those americans………….BEGGING FOR SEX!!

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