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Sarah Simmons Will Beat Judith Hill & Win ‘The Voice’

Wed, March 27, 2013 2:17pm EDT by Emily Longeretta 35 Comments
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Even though season four of ‘The Voice’ has just begun, I strongly believe there is no one who will be able to out-sing 22-year-old Sarah Simmons.

It looks like it’s all Team Adam this year on The Voice. When Sarah Simmons took the stage on Tuesday, March 26, she quickly convinced me with her version of “One of Us” that — even with the breathtaking performance on March 25 from Judith Hill — Sarah will win this season. Watch the performance below, and tell me if you agree!

Sarah Simmons On ‘The Voice’: Why She’ll Get The Votes

While Judith Hill clearly has the talent and experience to be a successful performer, I think that Sarah’s voice will wow the viewers, just like it wowed the judges (and me).

Sure, it took a few minutes longer for the judges to hit their buttons — Adam Levine and Shakira turned after half a verse, and Blake Shelton and Usher turned the moment her voice got raspy before the chorus. By that time, though, Shakira was full on rocking out to the performance, fist pumping and all! Ultimately, all four judges were completely blown away.

Sarah is a 22-year-old student living in Nashville, Tenn. Orginally from Birmingham, Ala., she never sang back up for Michael Jackson (or anyone, for that matter) and she didn’t have a huge back story, besides that she had an adorable dad who was crying backstage throughout her performance. However, her huge voice made up for anything you may have thought was missing.

Her relatable and extremely approachable personality will make the viewers continue to vote for her week after week. With the help of Adam, she will go from a shy girl with an amazing voice to a full-blown superstar.

Sarah Simmons Has What It Takes To Win

When singing a rendition of Joan Osborne‘s “One of Us,” Sarah started off with a soft tone — a tone that could easily sing country, pop or even blues. Then, while in the bridge, she brought out the rasp and rock and roll in her voice, causing the crowd to go crazy!

Her audition proved that she can be a star, no matter what genre she’s singing. With Adam as her coach, it’s likely that he’ll have her try out every genre — from classic rock and country to jazz or pop.

Don’t get me wrong, Judith Hill is tremendous. Her experience has clearly taught her how to be an amazing performer, and it’s no surprise that the judges fought to get her on their team. Somehow, Adam captured the best two singers The Voice has ever seen!

However, when it comes down to the fans’ votes, Judith will fall off. She’s already a star, and has the confidence to become one on her own. Sarah has the voice of a star, but no other way to get recognized.

Now, all I’m waiting for is a Sarah-Adam duet. A collaboration of their voices would undoubtedly be a perfect mixture.

Do YOU agree, HollywoodLifers? Will Sarah Simmons be the winner of ‘The Voice’ this season?

WATCH: Sarah Simmons Singing ‘One Of Us’ On ‘The Voice’

— Emily Longeretta

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