After Holly and the Swon Brothers landed in the bottom two this week on ‘The Voice,’ some felt it was the wrong decision to send her home. But in my opinion, it was her time to go.
Holly Tucker Is Extremely Talented
Don’t get me wrong, I have been a huge fan of Holly since day one. Her performance of “When God Fearin’ Women Get the Blues” was one of my favorites this week, and as a country fan, I think she has what it takes to be a star.
Unfortunately for her, so do all of the other contestants on The Voice.
Holly is an adorable 19-year-old blonde country girl who really is the whole package. She performed “Leave The Pieces” with The Swon Brothers and it was incredible.
However, after that performance, both landed in the bottom two. You know what happened after that — the Swon Brothers survived, and I think I know why.
The Swon Brothers: Most Likely To Succeed
In the world of country music, talented women are a dime a dozen — you’ve got killer voices like Carrie Underwood and Martina McBride, and young stars like Taylor Swift, The Voice‘s Cassadee Pope and Jana Kramer.
However, the world of Nashville is yet to have a brother duo that really sticks. They’ve got Big & Rich, Love and Theft and Florida Georgia Line — all male duos who are gaining popularity; and all three are nominated for CMT Music Awards.
But none of them are brothers.
The Swon Brothers are the full package — their personalities come through their performances, they’re funny, they’ve got great stage presence, and they really have a great relationship. Oh yeah — and they totally can sing!
So, HollywoodLifers — what do you think? Do you think the Swon Brothers could make it big, or do you think Holly should have stayed?
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