'The Voice' singer Danielle Bradbery delivers "amazeballs" performance
By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 06/11/2013
The Voice finalist Danielle Bradbery delivered an "amazeballs" performance last night, according to coaches Usher and Adam Levine.
Danielle took the stage with "Please Remember Me" by Rodney Crowell during Monday night's live show in which each of the Top 5 finalists performed two songs -- one they chose themselves as a dedication to someone and the other selected for them by their coach.
"Amazeballs," Usher told Danielle, who is an artist on coach Blake Shelton's team.
"It was incredible. It was absolutely fantastic and you're so graceful. At your age, to be able to have that type of control is just remarkable. What you possess, oh my God, is genuine and it's God-sent. You really did a great job with that song."
"Amazeballs. That is exactly what came into my mind as well," Adam joked.
"You cannot sing a song better than you just did that... From a technical standpoint, it doesn't get more proficient than that. It's unbelievable that you can do this at such a young age. It's mind blowing. You did a great job. Amazeballs."
Blake also raved about Danielle's talent and vocal ability.
"You don't have any weaknesses in your singing. How the heck is that possible?! I love you Danielle, I love you!" Blake said, explaining how she has perfect pitch and executes every extended vowel with efficiency when performing.
The other Top 5 finalists also impressed their coaches and the audience, as the competition is fierce at this point in the season.
The Swon Brothers performed Bob Seger's "Turn the Page" and "Danny's Song" by Loggins and Messina.
Sasha Allen sang "I Will Always Love You" by Whitney Houston and Donna Summer's "Bad Girls."
Michelle Chamuel took the stage with a rendition of "Clarity" by Zedd featuring Foxes and then returned with a performance of Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time."
Amber Carrington performed Katy Perry's "Firework" and Maroon 5's "Sad."
In addition to "Please Remember Me," Danielle also sang "Who Am I" by Jessica Andrews.
Tuesday night's live one-hour results show will feature the elimination of two contestants. The artists who received the fewest votes following last night's show will be forced to go home no matter which coach's team they are on.
The remaining three singers will advance to next week's finals performance show.