The Voice Recap: The Boys Have A Bad Night As Two Go Home Recap and Commentary by RTVC Staff Writer Sharon-anne Osenenko April 24, 2012
So, let’s get moving. Jamar is going up first, and, just yay!
He’s going to sing It’s My Life by Bon Jovi.
We get some backstory on his HIV status, you know, that he’s HIV positive, in case we missed that.
Jamar tells us that he didn’t think he was going to make it to 30, but that he just celebrated his 30th birthday. I want to hug him.
He says he’s proud of himself, and he absolutely should be.
On stage, there is fire. I think Adam is not going to like that.
As Jamar obviously kills the song, we get shots of his mom jumping up and down in the audience. I have no doubt that this will be my favorite performance of the night.
Trust me, Jamar is going all the way.
Adam says “You’re so amazing.” He tells us that Jamar was the first person they heard in the blind auditions; the editing made it seem that RaeLynn was first. I feel duped. He says that Jamar definitely belongs with Cee Lo.
Carson goes to Christina and there is a scream of “We love you, Jamar!” from the audience, prompting Christina to roll her eyes.
I guess she didn’t pay her fans enough to yell out for her tonight. She says she loves that he made the song his own.
Cee Lo calls him “Jay Bird.” His nicknames for everyone drive me batty.
He tells Jamar to “listen to the love” and the crowd starts cheering and screaming. Their reaction brings Jamar to tears and I want to hug him again.
Carson tells us how to vote for Jamar, and listen, vote, people.
I’ve seen this in reality shows before; someone is so awesome, it’s assumed that everyone is going to vote for them, so they vote for someone else, and the awesome person goes home. Vote, people.
Christina Milian is in the Sprint Lounge with Jamar and his mom who makes me tear up, telling us about how Jamar always used to say he wasn’t going to make it to 30.
Ms. Milian moves along to James Massone and asks him about the girls back home.
She is such an awkward interviewer. James is, of course, wearing his stupid freaking headband.
And, listen, they need to just not talk to him anymore. Let him sing and look cute. He’s not the best conversationalist up there.
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