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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.

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Bravo!

So, did Cuevas get saved by America to go to the top 10?


Yes! Finally, there is some hope for the voting power of Americans.

Keep it up, Christian.

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Yes you can!


READ: Latinos Owned The First Round Of Battles On “The Voice”

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She Is Not Going To Back Down From Pointing Out The Issues Since Trump's Election

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She Is Not Going To Back Down From Pointing Out The Issues Since Trump’s Election

Navarro was in no mood to be lectured on “responsibility.”

Ana Navarro held nothing back as she went toe-to-toe with longtime Donald Trump supporter Kayleigh McEnany during a recent segment on CNN.

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McEnany argued that Trump has already laid the groundwork for the country to unify around him by telling his supporters to stop hate crimes. She also argued that Trump has disavowed white supremacist groups “four times” and that he shouldn’t have to do it anymore.

“Let me tell you something that probably doesn’t happen to you,” Navarro told McEnany. “I get stopped by children who are afraid of going to school. I get stopped by Muslims who are afraid of going out in the street and having the scarves torn off their heads.”

McEnany then told Navarro that she hopes that Navarro is “responsible” and tells people that Trump has promised to work with all people.

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“Do me a favor and don’t lecture me on responsibility,” Navarro told McEnany. “Listen, Kayleigh. When you are standing in front of a DREAM Act kid who is afraid of being deported; when you are standing in front of a U.S. citizen kid who is afraid his parents are going to get deported; when you are standing in front an 8-year-old girl who is afraid that her U.S. citizen Hispanic parents are going to get discriminated [against] and deported. Do not lecture me on responsibility. Do not lecture me on responsibility. I am not the president of the U.S., he [Trump] is. He has the responsibility.”


READ: Ana Navarro Is Going In On Trump’s Cabinet Selection

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