Judith Hill – What a Girl Wants – The Voice Blind Audition – Preview
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The show premieres on March 25, 2013 on NBC. Bring it! Who will Judith choose? (Omigosh, I hope it’s Usher).
Judith is Japanese-African-American. She was a backup singer for Michael Jackson on his “This Is It” tour which was canceled because of his death in 2009. Judith sang “Heal the World” during MJ’s memorial.
Judith Hill – What a Girl Wants – The Voice Blind Audition
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This kid auditioned last season and they told him he wasn't ready and to come back this season and he did
rickey Xtina's former back up singer sasha allen (from camp) also auditioned I LOVE HER
Dang she is good, I knew I saw her somewhere before. Judith is such a pro and the chemistry between the new and old coaches are working. Me likey! The Voice will have another amazing season. Hopefully JPL will make it to the voting rounds too. :)
@Mikhail XO I don't know, she didn't have a lot of control and The Voice has had way better.
@Mikhail XO I think there were some really good talent on idol this year BUT alot of them were just cut before the top 40
@HaiHi188 I know right!
@Forever504 WOW... she really reminds me of Whitney!! WOW!
@Forever504 wow this girl is wonderful! i think shes better than judith imo....
@zule This single audition alone already wiped out more than half of the Idol Top 10. #seriously
@Mikhail XO @KavitTuralSumud I totally agree. I tuned in to watch a few Idol performances this week and nearly died from laughter. The thing I like about the Voice too, is that I can't think of any 'preview' contestant who was actually one of that season's cream of the crop. The Voice always underwhelms in these preview videos--so we should expect so much better talent coming soon :). Plus, I bet a ton of high quality contestants came to the Voice this year just to try out the new judges (another way that the judging system on The Voice is far superior).