Christina Aguilera really knows how to party like it’s 1999… or at least belt it like it’s 1999!
The 31-year-old half-Ecuadorian singer and her fellow The Voice coaches performed a medley of Prince hits Monday, on the second night of the NBC singing competition.
During the special opening performance to kick-off another night of blind audition rounds, Aguilera, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Cee Lo Green wowed the studio audience with their take on Prince’s music.
Each of the judges had their own solo to show off their signature vocal styles. Aguilera, dressed in a black leather corset and a studded hat, kicked off the performance by delivering “1999.” Green, who wore a sparkling red sequined ensemble, took his turn by singing “Little Red Corvette.” Next, Levine, in a tank top and strumming his guitar, poured his falsetto voice into “I Wanna Be Your Lover.” Finally, Shelton delivered a country-fied version of “Kiss.”
The Voice’s blind auditions will continue next Monday, February 13 on NBC at 8:00 pm ET.