Kelly Clarkson Is Kicking Herself For Not Blocking Niall On A Harry Styles Song: The Voice Season 23

Kelly Clarkson In THE VOICE

Kelly Clarkson, the first to press her button for the outstanding vocalist from Tennessee, used her sneaky block on the country luminary, but she instantly regretted her mistake. The audience exploded in loud acclaim, and the coaches were rendered dumbfounded by the singer’s incredible skill. Read More…

Kelly Clarkson In THE VOICE

On Monday evening, an incredible voice from Tennessee hit the stage for the blind auditions. In a passionate and rustic rendition of Harry Styles‘ “Sign of the Times,” she enthralled the whole panel of judges. Their seats swiveled about in astonishment as they watched her fascinating performance.

Kelly Clarkson was the first to hit her button. Kelly Clarkson used her cunning block on the country star, but she instantly regretted her action. As the pitches were being made, she whispered to the audience, “I should have blocked Niall!

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With a sly grin, Niall declared, “I know him!” referring to none other than Harry. But his playful remark was just the prelude to his true purpose.

Niall went into his pitch for the singer, offering his finest advice to help her perform at her best. “Remember when the “Sign of the Times’ dropped? It wasn’t your typical, run-of-the-mill pop tune. It was a bit alt, veering off to the left of center, and that’s exactly what you should be belting out. You’ve got such range, and there are countless genres and artists that I can envision you slaying.”

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Niall’s pitch, coupled with his undeniable rapport with Harry, had Laura thoroughly convinced. Without hesitation, she enthusiastically decided to join his team.

A cheerful moment after the performance, shared by Laura in the voice:

The Voice airs on NBC every Monday and Tuesday at 8 p.m. PT/ET.

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