The Voice Premiere: Tuesday Night Recap

Round two of the blind auditions for The Voice was on NBC last night, which, to viewers meant a fresh new pool of amazing talent, funny and witty banter between the judges, and a boat load of tearful back stories from the contestants.

At this point, I think we all get it. The sadder and more compelling the story, the more likely viewers are to connect with the contestants, but at some point The Voice has got to realize that there is such thing as too much of a good thing.  Night one’s sob story about Devyn’s social awkwardness and shyness despite her killer good looks and sass in front of the camera was a little hard to swallow, but ok, we’ll buy that for now. Night two, however, took the back story to a whole new level with childhood kidnappings and near death experiences, in which The Voice challenged you not to pity these contestants. Read More...


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