Lilli Passero Beats Lauryn Judd On ‘Every Little Bit Hurts’ On The Voice Battle Round
By Shawn Rice
Lilli Passero and battled Lauryn Judd on The Voice in a duet of “Every Little Bit Hurts” by Brenda Holloway. Alicia Keys really loved the two of them because they are both obviously aware of who they are. Alicia chose Lilli as the winner and to remain on her team.
Gwen Stefani said Lauryn had a signature sound and that Lilli was memorizing. She felt Lilli took the battle with her strength. Adam Levine said that this comes down to experience and, thus, Lilli is more seasoned. He said both were excellent. Blake Shelton said Lauryn’s voice was amazing but felt that Lilli sung the “crap” out of the song.
In their practice, DJ Khaled said that the two sounded great.
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Lilli’s parents are the “ultimate theater nerds,” both having professional careers in musical theater. Lilli’s life was all about performing, acting and singing, and she went on to study acting at Carnegie Mellon University. She graduated and moved to Hollywood to pursue acting, going on many auditions and landing various guest spots, including on NBC’s “Go On.” She currently works as a server but continues to audition and even had a starring role in “Cabaret,” in which she received positive feedback on her voice.
Growing up, Lauryn always wanted to be a Disney princess and fell in love with the song “A Whole New World.” She performed for the first time at age four and has since kept busy with dance, school choir and musical theater. She’s been a part of a music theater company since age 11 and focuses all of her energy on singing.
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Grammy Award-winning artist Gwen Stefani returns as a coach this season, joining megastars Alicia Keys, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton and host Carson Daly.
The show’s innovative format features five stages of competition: the first begins with the blind auditions, followed by the battle rounds, the knockouts, the live playoffs and, finally, the live performance shows.
Once the teams are set, the battle is on. Coaches dedicate themselves to developing their team of artists, giving them advice and sharing the secrets of their success, along with help from their celebrity advisors. During the battle rounds, the coaches pit two of their own team members against each other to sing the same song together in front of a studio Go to the full article.