The Voice 2017 Blind Audition – Kristi Hoopes: “Heaven, Heartache and the Power of Love”

The Voice 2017 Blind Audition - Kristi Hoopes: "Heaven, Heartache And The Power Of Love"

The Voice 2017 Blind Audition - Kristi Hoopes: "Heaven, Heartache And The Power Of Love"

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The Voice 2017 Blind Audition - Kristi Hoopes: "Heaven, Heartache And The Power Of Love"

Kristi Hoopes sings Trisha Yearwood's "Heaven, Heartache and the Power of Love" during her blind audition.
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The Voice 2017 Blind Audition – Kristi Hoopes: "Heaven, Heartache and the Power of Love"

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35 thoughts on “The Voice 2017 Blind Audition – Kristi Hoopes: “Heaven, Heartache and the Power of Love””

  1. Was enjoying her performance from start to finish. I felt like she took me along for the fun she was having. Ha!

  2. It’s always interesting to see Adam or whomever go hard after a country singer or even, like here, team up to try to get Blake from getting them. I understand it- if someone is good, they’re good. But from what I can recall, when a country artist chooses someone else, they generally wind up getting eliminated fairly early- Shelby Brown being an exception.

    She’s pretty good, btw.

  3. Lavar Ball man your wife has a major stroke and you go marrying other women what a scumbag

  4. Miley Jennifer and Adam are jealous of Blake. Blake has either won the Voice or had the runner up about every year. Miley is not country born in Nashville doesn’t make a country singer. Billy Ray Cyrus is a pimple in country music compared to Blake. Look what Blake did with Alyah last year. Miley team is all the same. Miley never had to struggle she lacks heart but got a big mouth. She said she was moving to England if Trump won why the hell is she still in this country. Big mouth Miley couldn’t even get anybody in the finals last time. Blake is the only coach that puts his people on stage with him.

  5. I see it as– even if I don’t make it to the lives or the finale, just working with the coach alone especially in Country goes a long way. That experience is invaluable

  6. And that is exactly why no one should EVER try to cover a Trisha Yearwood song. Once Trisha has sang it, there is no other version. The coaches kept saying she “has a big voice”… ha!! She has a very, very tiny voice compared to the original artist of that song.

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