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5 minutes ago, David68 said:

wait this is real wait wait what


Yes it is

 

He would be harsh on some contestants (including her) for no reason. He gave her playoff a C- when there was nothing wrong with it, and then went off on the Chloe fans and gave her a forced A+ the next week, even though that performance was possibly her weakest

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10 minutes ago, Cookie73 said:


Yes it is

 

He would be harsh on some contestants (including her) for no reason. He gave her playoff a C- when there was nothing wrong with it, and then went off on the Chloe fans and gave her a forced A+ the next week, even though that performance was possibly her weakest

 

Yeah I remember that, so unnecessary

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19 minutes ago, David68 said:

wait this is real wait wait what

He was ALL in on Addison, and Chloe was Addison’s biggest threat for the title. I don’t mind Charlie’s reviews normally even if he can be rather biased, but there was some stuff (mainly the previously mentioned going off on Chloe fans) from that season that rubbed me the wrong way.

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Just now, VintageVoice said:

He was ALL in on Addison, and Chloe was Addison’s biggest threat for the title. I don’t mind Charlie’s reviews normally even if he can be rather biased, but there was some stuff (mainly the previously mentioned going off on Chloe fans) from that season that rubbed me the wrong way.

Lol the way we both wrote the same thing at the same time. :haha:

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Lmao, Charlie is petty. Going to Chloe Vs Addison, Chloe easily destroyed everyone in the KOs and Top 11. 

 

KO: Chloe = A+ for that masterpiece, Addison would be A- I would say. 

 

Yes her Playoffs and Top 12 was her weakest for Chloe, but nowhere near bad or terrible. B and B- I would give for "Time After Time" and "Thank You"

 

Her Top 11 too, Addison slayed that round with an A+, but Chloe gave like an S+ lol. You have to stan that performance or else you are lying.

 

And of course, Charlie goes back to being drunk for this week(even if giving Hailey an A was correct tbh)

 

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The Voice Recap: Night 4 of the Blinds Leaves Kelly Clarkson… Well, Like This

By Charlie Mason / September 28 2021, 5:59 PM PDT

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Bella DeNapoli (Team Ariana), “Damaged” — Grade: A 

David Vogel (Team Ariana), “breathin’” — Grade: B-

Janora Brown (Team Legend), “Angel of Mine” — Grade: B-

Kaitlyn Velez (Team Blake), “Please Don’t Go” — Grade: B+

Berritt Haynes (Team Blake), “Mercy” — Grade: ??? 

Clint Sherman (Team Blake), “Brown-Eyed Girl” — Grade: ??? 

The Cunningham Sisters (Team Kelly), “Never Alone” — Grade: A

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The Voice Recap: Did Night 5's Blinds Just Introduce Season 21's Winner?

By Charlie Mason / October 4 2021, 7:00 PM PDT

 

Ryleigh Plank (Team Ariana), “Anyone” — Grade: B

Jershika Maple (Team Kelly), “Can You Stand the Rain” — Grade: B-

Manny Keith (Team Blake), “Break My Heart” — Grade: C+

KJ Jennings (Team Legend), “Put Your Records On” — Grade: C 

Sabrina Dias (Team Legend), “Garota de Ipanema” — Grade: ???

Xavier Cornell (Team Kelly), “Teenage Dream” — Grade: ???

Libianca (Team Blake), “Good Days” — Grade: B

Sophia Bromberg (Team Ariana), “Heather” — Grade: B

Wyatt Michael (Team Kelly), “Mack the Knife” — Grade: B+

Brittany Bree (Team Legend), “Call Out My Name” — Grade: A+

 

 

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I shouldn’t be surprised about KJ getting a C. Charlie’s been very harsh with covers of that song. I know he gave Jaclyn a D and Andrew an F (At least he acknowledges that this is still better than those performances)

 

Jershika’s was too low as well. Even if it took a while to build up, that ending would have at least bumped it half a grade.

 

Also kind of disappointed how Sophia’s performance got one of the higher grades of the night. Well, I had reasons for not liking it that didn’t have to do with her being off pitch or anything. 

 

And Brittany got the only A of the episode as expected (honestly, this part makes sense, I personally wouldn’t include the + though)

 

No real comments about the rest 

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The Voice Recap: Which Five Acts Became the Last Sent to the Battles?

By Charlie Mason / October 5 2021, 5:59 PM PDT

 

Aaron Hines (Team Kelly), “Heartbreak Anniversary” — Grade: B

KCK3 (Team Ariana), “no tears left to cry” — Grade: C+

Tommy Edwards (Team Blake), “Drops of Jupiter” — Grade: B-

Shadale (Team Legend), “That’s What I Like” — Grade: A- 

Parker McKay (Team Kelly), “Slow Hands” — Grade: C

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The Voice Recap: Season 21's Battles Claim Their First Three Casualties

By Charlie Mason / October 11 2021, 7:00 PM PDT

 

Team Ariana: Katie Rae (Grade: C+) defeated Bella DeNapoli (Grade: B) on “No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)” — Bella saved by Ariana 

Team Legend: Samuel Harness (Grade: B+) defeated KJ Jennings (Grade: A-) on “I Know What You Did Last Summer” 

Team Kelly: Girl Named Tom (Grade: A+) defeated Kinsey Rose (Grade: A-) on “Seven Bridges Road” — Kinsey saved by Kelly

Team Blake: Peedy Chavis (Grade: B) defeated The Joy Reunion (Grade: C) on “Joy to the World” 

Team Ariana: David Vogel (Grade: B) defeated Chavon Rodgers (Grade: C) on “Sugar, We’re Goin Down”

 

exited the stage, he didn’t hear Ari asking for a hug and left her hanging.

Team Kelly: Jeremy Rosado (Grade: B) defeated Jershika Maple (Grade: B) on “Hold On” — Jershika stolen by TBD |

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