'The Voice' Season 6 (2014) Premiere Spoilers, Recap: Shocking Fight Over Christina Grimme's 'Wrecking Ball' Audition
By Sonalee singh | February 25, 2014 7:36 PM EST
Christina Grimme stunned the judges with her Miley Cyrus Wrecking Ball performance at the premiere episode of "The Voice". Grimme gave such a wonderful performance that judges couldn't believe their ears and they ended up fighting on the decision of coaching her.
The 19-year-old Chirstina Grimme took the stage as a professional and she sang the cover song of Miley's one of the most controversial album, Wrecking Ball with much confidence and aplomb. Celebrity judges Usher, Adam Levine, Shakira, and Blake Shelton were left in fix as to who will train the girl.
Usher was in sheer shock when Christina hit the chords of Miley's powerful ballad. He literally jumped out of his seat and couldn't contain his excitement. Christina's eye-popping performance left the biggest smile on "DJ Got Us Fallin In Love" singer's face.
"I'm going to win this whole thing with you," Usher said after he finally sat down.
When Usher said his "going to win" words, it was indeed a big thing for Chirstina and she was on ninth heaven after receiving praises from the judges.
An emotional moment came in the show when Christina dedicated her performance to her mother. When asked why was she on stage and who was her biggest motivator, Christina simply replied, "my mom."
"My mom has had cancer three times," Christina said. "I love my mom."
Christina has already impressed the judges with her exceptional singing talent and the audience are in in absolute awe of her. Even before auditioning for The Voice, Christina had a huge fan following on You Tube and some of her videos have got more than 15,000,000 views.
Wow! Way to go Christina. It seems things have already started heating up at this year's season of The Voice and only time will tell who all contestants will make it to the top brass of the show.
The season premiere of The Voice aired yesterday at 8 p.m. on NBC. Let us know your thoughts on Chirtina's performance. Do you think she will emerge as one of the finalists?
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