2 Contestants Sing Stunning ‘You Say’ Duet On The Voice

Two musically gifted young women, while competing to remain on The Voice, both gave an inspired, emotional and moving duet performance of Lauren Daigle’s smash hit “You Say.”

Entertainment is a highly competitive and often cutthroat field, with anyone and everyone battling it out, hoping to get the slightest bit of recognition. Nowhere is that better exemplified than on the popular television program The Voice. Contestants must constantly raise their game and continually impress the judges and studio audience in order to remain on the show.

In a clip posted on YouTube, Alison Albrecht and Angelina Nazarian, both members of Team Reba, sang a duet to Lauren Daigle’s tune “You Say.” It’s clear early in their performance that the young women are terribly nervous. It’s understandable that nerves would be a factor. Both are singing to stay on the show. Alison and Angelina both obviously want to be the next winner of The Voice.

However, as the song progresses, heading toward its inevitable conclusion, both young ladies seem to settle down and become more comfortable. Their performance improves as a result of their increased level of comfort and ease on stage. 

“You say I am loved when I can’t feel a thing
You say I am strong when I think I am weak
And You say I am held when I am falling short
And when I don’t belong, oh You say I am Yours”

Following the end of the performance, several of the judges mentioned how they could sense that both ladies were nervous. Gwen Stefani, John Legend and Niall Horan all praised different aspects of their combined performance but did point out the apparent nerves. 

Additionally, Gwen and Niall talked about the emotion of the song and its lyrics about Christ’s love, care and protection. Those two judges also stated how they’d give the win to Alison, given the level of emotion she was able to convey through her voice.

When it came time to render her decision and choose a winner, Reba also mentioned emotion and how it’s vital to connect with and make the audience feel something when performing. For that reason, the country music legend selected Alison as the winner.

Psalm 95:1 “O come, let us make songs to the Lord; sending up glad voices to the Rock of our salvation.”

Source: The Voice

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