|Hometown||Fort Lee, New Jersey|
| Chairs Turned
Melissa was introduced to music through her father's orchestra. At age 12, she had the opportunity to sing with them and then went on to pursue a solo career. She's had some success singing with Wyclef Jean, but she has yet to break out on her own. The Voice is her opportunity to share her music with the world.
Melissa Jiménez auditioned for The Voice with Alicia Keys' "If I Ain't Got You", singing the first chorus a cappella. She managed to turn two chairs on the last note, and went with Team Usher after he complimented her creative choices. Melissa was paired up against Britnee Camelle for the first Battle Rounds, performing Melanie Fiona's "Give It to Me Right". Usher enjoyed her individual moments, and her ability to show control in her big notes. In the end, Usher chose Melissa to continue to the second round of Battles.
|Blind Audition||"If I Ain't Got You"||Alicia Keys||2-chair turn|
Joined Team Usher
|Battle Rounds 1||"Give It to Me Right" (vs. Brittnee Camelle)||Melanie Fiona||Saved by Coach|
|Battle Rounds 2||"Girl on Fire" (vs. Music Box)||Alicia Keys||Saved by Coach|