Caroline Glaser was a contestant and fan favorite on the fourth season of The Voice. Two coaches turned their chair for her in the blind auditions, Blake and Shakira. Before The Voice, she was 19 years old and a freshman at the University of Kansas. However, she dropped out of school in order to audition. Her experience before the show consisted mainly of performing in coffee shops in her hometown. :)
The Voice careerEdit
Caroline auditioned with Elton John's "Tiny Dancer." Her unique sound and singer-songwriter qualities caused Blake and Shakira to turn around for her, and Caroline ended up choosing to join Team Blake.
In the battle rounds, Caroline went up against eventual winner Danielle Bradbery. They sang Corinne Bailey Rae's "Put Your Records On." Both young women gave great performances, but Blake decided to keep Danielle's country voice on his team. Adam and Usher were both quick to steal, however. Adam admitted that he had been planning to steal Caroline ever since he didn't turn around for her in the blind auditions, and Caroline chose to join Team Adam.
In the knockout rounds, Caroline was paired against rocker Amy Whitcomb. Caroline sang Of Monsters and Men's "Little Talks," and Amy sang The Animal's "House of the Rising Sun." Adam's enthusiasm about Caroline's voice had not yet run out, and he sent Caroline into the live shows.
In the first round of the live shows, Caroline sang Ed Sheeran's "The A Team." However, she was faced against three female powerhouses on Team Adam: Judith Hill, Sarah Simmons, and Amber Carrington. Amber and Judith received the top votes from America, leaving Adam to choose between two favorites, Sarah and Caroline. After almost running out of time on the air, Adam chose to keep Sarah, sending Caroline home. The American public were unhappy with that, causing many to complain to The Voice asking to put Caroline back on the show.
During the final performance episode of the season, Caroline appeared along with all the rest of the Top 16 in a performance of Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros' "Home." Also, in the final results episode she performed along with Danielle Bradbery, Amber Carrington, and Sarah Simmons with Carrie Underwood's "All-American Girl."
After The VoiceEdit
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