Bryan Keith’s big moment has paid off on NBC’s The Voice…
The 23-year-old Latino singer/songwriter – who impressed the judges with his inspired rendition of Amy Winehouse’s “Back to Black” during Monday’s performance show of the hit singing competition – earned enough votes this week to advance to the Top 10 and keep his Voice dreams alive.
“Brian had a great moment, had a great time and he’s moving ahead,” said the singer’s mentor Adam Levine.
It’s the same fate for two of the show’s other Latino artists…
Team Adam’s Melanie Martinez, who was complimented for her uniqueness after performing Young the Giant’s “Cough Syrup” was one of the last contestants declared safe during Tuesday’s results show.
Christina Aguilera’s protégé Dez Duron, who performed “Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You” on Monday has also advanced to the next round.
But it’s the end of the road for Team Xtina’s other Hispanic artist, Adriana Louise. Despite a solid performance of Carrie Underwood’s “Good Girl,” the 22-year-old singer from the Bronx didn’t muster enough votes to move forward.
“Thank you for being everything that I could’ve wished for and more; you are the best coach I could’ve ever asked for,” said Adriana Louise to her mentor. “You believed in me more than I believed in myself. So thank you so much, this is just the beginning.”