‘The Voice': Adam Levine’s Team Will Win It All This Season

Tue, May 7, 2013 9:58am EDT by 8 Comments
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‘The Voice’ is full of amazing talent, but the four singers on Adam’s team are clearly at the top of the totem pole. The May 7 lives shows proved that Amber, Caroline, Judith and Sarah all have what it takes to win.

I’ve said it once, and I’ll say it again — The Voice has the most talented singers on TV. And this year, Adam Levine pulled out all the stops to put together the best team ever, and no one else stands a chance! Sorry, Blake Shelton; I know you think you’re making it a three-peat with a win this year, but it’s not happening!

Team Adam = Team Strong

Adam’s final four consists of country artist Amber Carrington, indie/folk singer Caroline Glaser, Michael Jackson-duet singer Judith Hill and powerhouse-rock singer Sarah Simmons.

Each of his artists bring its own pizzazz to the stage.

Amber started out as a country singer, but when she took on Rihanna this week, she proved she’s a heck of a lot more than that. She made us feel the song, which isn’t a thing many artists can do. She’s, by far, the most unexpected talent on his team.

Caroline was Adam’s steal, and I’ve got a feeling Blake is kicking himself now, as her voice is the most unique on the show. After her performance of “The A Team,” I would pay to see her in concert!

Judith regularly sings with Stevie Wonder, which says a thing or two about how amazing she is. Her jazz voice is a tall glass of water that I just can’t get enough of.

Sarah, who blew me away when she auditioned with “One Of Us,” has the powerful vibrato of Adele and the sexy rasp of Melissa Etheridge — a beautiful combination.

Adam’s Coaching Skills Trump The Rest

The mastermind behind these four girls is Adam. He knows about being unique — he’s a male singer who can hit higher notes than many women — so for four women with range, he’s the perfect coach.

As a song-writer, guitar player, and lead singer for the Grammy-award winning band Maroon 5, Adam knows success. He won season one, and I’ve got a feeling that this year, Adam will rise again!

Tell me HollywoodLifers, do you agree? Let me know below!

WATCH: Sarah Simmons Performs ‘Angel’ On ‘The Voice’

– Emily Longeretta

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Roger D

Posted at 12:41 AM on May 23, 2013  

It is hard to argue with Danielle’s results to date… as of late Tuesday, 5/21, all five of her country covers were in the iTunes Top 100 Country (#1, #33, #42, #84 and #88)!! The other, POP cover “Put Your Record On,” was in the iTunes Top 100 Pop at #86!! Her most recent cover, Heads Carolina, Tails Oklahoma, hit #6 on the iTunes Top 100 Songs, fell to #12, and was back to #10 late Tuesday. This was the second time that she has had a cover in the iTunes Top100 songs!! No other contestant has any results even closely resembling this. WOW!

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Roger D

Posted at 12:32 AM on May 23, 2013  

Sorry, but you are way off the mark, Emily. Blake is by far the superior coach, and Danielle will win it all!!

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Susie Q

Posted at 10:23 PM on May 7, 2013  

Sarah auditioned with “One of Us”
Karina Iglesisas, a steal on team Shakira was the one who sang “I’m the Only One”

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Whiskers

Posted at 5:01 PM on May 7, 2013  

I’m pulling for Judith to win. She is by far the most superior singer on Adam’s team

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Jo

Posted at 12:43 PM on May 7, 2013  

Amber was amazing this week. Sarah was all over the place and has no breath control. The coaches are doing her no favors by raving about her when she doesn’t deliver. I think Sarah’s blind audition was exquisite, but her performances have been going downhill since then.

I think Amber is the most talented of the remaining contestants, so I’m pulling for her to win.

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Ce

Posted at 12:00 PM on May 7, 2013  

While overall, I agree with you, the overall strength of the team doesn’t matter. Only one can win and there are others who are just as talented on other teams. Adam wins on team strength… the question is, can they pull it out over the couple other shining stars.

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abe

Posted at 10:34 AM on May 7, 2013  

ecerybody cares for girls these day’s.
THAT’S THE WAY IT SHOULD BE!!

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Tara

Posted at 10:07 AM on May 7, 2013  

Sarah Simmons all the way<3

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