‘The Voice’ Contestant Earns Four-Chair Turn, John Legend Breaks Into Song

There was a flurry of turns — and a few uncommon techniques from one coach — when R&B singer Khalea Lynee stepped as much as the The Voice stage Tuesday night time 

Hailing from Florida, the proficient mother auditioned with “Best Part” by Daniel Caesar. And she severely received over the professionals, incomes a four-chair flip.

“Your tone is so beautiful,” John Legend remarked. “Every choice you made was spot on. You just mesmerized all four of us and this entire audience. You have so much passion but you also have discipline.”

When Lynee admitted her all-time hero was Anita Baker, Kelly Clarkson and Gwen Stefani leapt up in pleasure.

The battle was on. Everyone pitched their staff, and Legend tried his secret recipe; he enticed her with an Anita Baker track. “I’m going to give you the best that I’ve got, Khalea,” he crooned.

Of course, Team Legend received.

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