The Voice‘s first live show featured a slew of strong singers on Monday but Tessanne Chin turned in the performance of the night. The Jamaican singer, 28, amped up the glamour with red nails and lips, as she took Jimmy Cliff’s “Many Rivers to Cross” to a fierce level. As the night’s last performer, Chin (who’d been Cliff’s backup singer) wiped away tears as her coach, Adam Levine, and the crowd gave her a standing ovation.
“They saved the best for last,” Cee Lo Green said. “You are one of my favorites. You make me feel things.”
The first show of the live rounds featured artists from Team Adam and Team Blake, and each of the performers brought their A-game as they fought for a spot in the top 12.