Monday, April 15, 2013
Rockwall singer Amber Carrington wins first battle round on The Voice
See a clip of Carrington performing "Try," by Pink.
Nineteen-year-old Rockwall singing sensation Amber Carrington just won her first round of singing tonight on NBC-TV’s The Voice when her coach, Maroon 5 front-man Adam Levine, selected her over the favored Sasha Allen after both women sang portions of "Try" [by Pink] separately and together.
Levine first said “I don’t know,” after he was asked by host Carson Daly who was the winner. Then he told Carrington, who said last week she has never had voice lessons, that she doesn’t need them because she is so good. He told Allen she was a little weak at one spot and that he thought she was going to win but then he sat up straight and said he picked Amber.
Carrington will now move on to the next round of singing competition next week against another Adam Levine Team member whom Adam will select tonight or tomorrow night.
Immediately after Levine’s decision, coaches Usher and Shakira slapped their “I Want You” buttons to “steal” Allen and she chose Shakira as her next coach. They both agreed that Allen was too good to send home.
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