This Performance 'Broke' Kelly Clarkson on 'The Voice'

  • This Performance 'Broke' Kelly Clarkson on 'The Voice'

This Performance 'Broke' Kelly Clarkson on 'The Voice'

The March 12 episode is an emotional one for judge Kelly Clarkson as she hears her song "Piece by Piece" being sung by a stranger.

In the end, Faith picked Alicia Keys as her coach. Hers is not the first talent that "The Voice" has sourced from central Pennsylvania.

Not even the coaches' fashion choices are safe on The Voice.

As the Inquisitr previously reported, Blake admitted last month that Kelly hadn't been going easy and wasn't exactly playing nice with him and fellow coaches Adam Levine and Alicia Keys just because it's her first season on the show as a coach after appearing as a mentor and performer over the years.

"I'm broken y'all!" Clarkson responded from her hiding place.

Blake Shelton also added two more contestants to his team in the previous episode, taking the total number to 11.

But Keys hadn't said her piece yet. Adam told Gary that his voice transcends all the problems in the world and made him feel like everything was going to be alright. What we didn't know was whether she joined Team Adam or Team Blake.

Bransen Ireland, who works as an Apple Store genius in between music gigs and raising a family, drew chair turns from Blake and Adam with his take on Don Williams' "Tulsa Time. I was like, 'I felt like I was a good interior decorator, and then I walked into Gwen's house.'" However, Blake was equally impressed by Kelly's home, admitting that she "has the biggest house I've ever been in in my life".

Choir director Gary Edwards also sings pop music, and chose Marvin Gaye's "What's Going On" for his blind audition, touching off one of many battles of the evening between Adam and Blake.

If you were watching "The Voice" here on WNDU last night, you might have spotted someone familiar.

Teana Boston, a 16-year-old from Stockton, CA, sang "Unfaithful" by Rihanna and sparked Kelly's attention.

"I was kind of like Pretty Woman walking in the store, except I didn't look like Julia Roberts, and I was walking in the store and they were like, 'You don't belong here, '" she said.

And Shana Halligan, a 44-year-old from Los Angeles, CA, performed a unique rendition of "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me own)".