Adam Levine On Pinay’s ‘The Voice’ Blind Audition - “You Can Win This Whole Thing”
Amy Vachal, who is now based in Brooklyn, New York but is reported to be the niece of Cebu Representative Gwendolyn Garcia as confirmed in a front page article by Sun Star Cebu, recently impressed all four judges during her blind audition for the Season 9 of ‘The Voice US’.Nov 27, 2023605 Shares31861 Views
- Filipina singer Amy Vachal receives 3-chair turns for her ‘The Voice US’ blind audition
- She eventually picked ‘Team Pharrell’
- Adam Levine’s team is full, but commented that the Pinay artist can win the entire competition
Yet another singer with Philippine roots is making waves in an American reality television singing competition.
Amy Vachal, who is now based in Brooklyn, New York but is reported to be the niece of Cebu Representative Gwendolyn Garcia as confirmed in a front page article by Sun Star Cebu, recently impressed all four judges during her blind audition for the Season 9 of ‘The Voice US’.
Upon hearing her rendition of the classic ‘Dream A Little Dream Of Me’, Gwen Stefani, Pharrell Williams, and Blake Shelton all turned their chairs almost at the same time and even gave her a standing ovation at the end of her performance.
Since Adam Levine’s team is already full, he was not able to push his button and try to convince her in joining his camp. However, he expressed his admiration for Amy’s soothing voice, and even went to the extent of telling her, “You can win this whole thing.”
Although Gwen and Blake gave her high praises, with Blake even comparing her voice to Norah Jones and Colbie Caillat, Amy eventually chose to be a part of ‘Team Pharrell’.
Her exquisite talent in singing coupled with her superb guitar skills quickly gained her fans around the world. Her audition piece uploaded via the show’s Youtube page has now gained more than 530,000 views as of posting.
Aside from TV viewers and online users, Amy also got the attention of ‘American Idol’ Season 11’s grand winner, Phillip Phillips, who sent her a tweet, saying, “How about a duet?” Amy responded using her account, “How about we write one?” There are no updates yet as to where this Twitter exchange may lead.