Juliet Simms Brings Down the House With Beatles Cover on ‘The Voice’
It's not always easy to pull off singing the Beatles, but aspiring rocker Juliet Simms certainly wowed the coaches and the audience of 'The Voice' on Sunday night with her rendition of the 'Abbey Road' classic, 'Oh! Darling.' The 25-year-old from Florida gave it her all, delivering a bluesy, soulful version that was easily one of the highlights of the post-Super Bowl season premiere of 'The Voice.'
"You obviously brought the house down, everybody was up on their feet!" raved coach Christina Aguilera. "Honestly, you blew my socks off."
"That's one of my favorite songs, I love it so much," pitched in coach Adam Levine. "That is a really, really hard vocal ... the dirt in your voice is incredible."
But it was Cee Lo who won her over. "Baby, I am so thoroughly impressed and in awe of you, you turn me on," raved Cee Lo. "Your voice is amazing. I heard myself, I heard the story of my life. You look great, I love your style, I love your energy." That was enough flattery for Juliet -- she ended up picking Cee Lo to work with on the show.
On a big night for underdogs, Juliet came a close second to the New York Giants in terms of winning performances. We definitely look forward to hearing what she comes up with next.