Alicia Keys Just Called This Latino “The Voice” Contestant “The Voice Of A Generation”
Christian Cuevas is giving all the other contestants a run for their money.
Orlando’s Christian Cuevas has consistently floored the judges on “The Voice” ever since his emotional blind audition, which caused Blake Shelton, Adam Levine and Alicia Keys to turn their chairs. Cuevas had dedicated his first performance to his father who passed away when Cuevas was younger.
In his latest appearance on “The Voice,” Cuevas was hoping to secure a spot in the top 10. He sang Toto’s “Rosanna” in dedication to his newly announced fiancée, who was in the crowd cheering for him. Talk about the sweetest surprise for “The Voice” fans. ? Cuevas, who is the son of the late Puerto Rican recording star Julio Cuevas, did not disappoint as he belted “Rosanna” for a chance to make it to the top 10.
“America, you are witnessing the voice of a generation,” said Alicia Keys, who was grooving throughout his performance.The Voice / YouTube
So, did Cuevas get saved by America to go to the top 10?
— The Voice (@NBCTheVoice) November 23, 2016
Yes! Finally, there is some hope for the voting power of Americans.
Keep it up, Christian.Gotta Kick It Up! / Disney Channel / dcomgifs / Tumblr
Yes you can!
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