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Watch Sorelle's Journey on The Voice in Season 23
The musical trio soared throughout their season on Chance The Rapper's team.
There have been countless impressive solo Artists on The Voice throughout its tenure, but it's always exciting when we get a powerhouse musical group like Season 23's angelic vocal trio Sorelle, who joined the team led by Coach Chance the Rapper.
Sorelle — siblings Madi, 21, Ana, 20, and Bella, 15 — instantly made waves with their haunting harmonies and magnetic charm and have gone viral for their a cappella capabilities and tour-de-force of talent. From the beginning, it was clear Sorelle would be frontrunners in the competition... and they made it all the way to The Voice Live Finale, finishing in fourth place.
And, they've said it was a Team Kelly Artist from Season 22 that motivated them to audition.
“We feel very inspired by Girl Named Tom,” the girls said during the premiere. “It was crazy to see a trio win, and a family.”
Below, relive Sorelle's Voice journey, from their smash Blind Audition to the Live Shows.
Sorelle's Blind Audition: "Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy"
Sorelle instantly stole the show during their Blind Audition of "Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy," which was later revealed to be one of the trio's first live performances together.
Chance the Rapper was instantly moved by their voices, swiftly grabbing the sisters for his team despite tussling with Blake Shelton for the honor.
Sorelle and Manasseh Samone's Battle Round: "Someone Like You"
Tackling an Adele track is never easy, but Sorelle made it look simple as their dazzling vocals soared during the Battle Rounds. Their rival, Manasseh Samone, also sounded incredible during the captivating set, with the four women's voices combining to an energizing crescendo.
After stunning the Coaches, Sorelle was announced the winner of the Battles, though Samone earning the season's first-ever Playoff Pass after impressing her Coach.
Sorelle "Blamed It On the Boogie" during Knockouts
The Knockouts are when the competition heats up on The Voice, but Sorelle brought their game faces for their performance of The Jacksons' "Blame It On the Boogie" against Tiana Goss. The song choice was sublime as the trio had a blast sliding between the complex harmonies and high-energy riffs. Chance was cheesing ear to ear the entire performance, and the crowd went wild.
Sorelle Sang Etta James' "Something's Got a Hold On Me"
Beginning the set a cappella, Sorelle delivered one of their most jaw-dropping performances during the Season 23 Playoffs with their rendition of Etta James' classic. Everyone in the crowd was getting a "good feeling" from the performance, and each member of the trio got ample time to shine throughout the song.
Sorelle Sang Alicia Keys' "Fallin'"
Each moment of Sorelle's performance flaunted their technical skill, zipping between solo, two, and three-part harmonies. The arrangement was immaculate and the vocals were flawless, earning Sorelle a much-deserved invitation to the Finals.
Sorelle Performed "Ain't No Mountain High Enough"
Sorelle then delivered the goods at the finals with their spin on Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell's "Ain't No Mountain High Enough." With each verse, Sorelle upped the ante on the track, adding harmonies and exciting tweaks to the song that kept the audience on the edge of their seats. Chance was on his feet with glee by the end of the set, a testament to the exciting performance.
Sorelle's "Million Reasons" Performance
While many of Sorelle's performances featured energizing song selections, their second Live Finale performance, of Lady Gaga's "Million Reasons" shined an intimate spotlight on the sister's raw talent and heartwarming bond. Sorelle had the audience in the palm of their hand with their angelic take on the Gaga favorite.
Sorelle and Chance the Rapper Sang "O-o-h Child"
One of the most exciting moments for every Voice Artist is getting to take the stage with their trusted Coach for a groundbreaking final performance, and as expected, Chance and Sorelle didn't leave room for disappointment. Team Chance's "O-o-h Child" was incredible from beginning to end, with the four voices coming together for a delightful sonic fusion — and it made a fitting end to Sorelle's outstanding journey on The Voice.
Following their run on show, Sorelle took to Instagram to share a sweet tribute.
"Words cannot explain how grateful we are for this experience," Sorelle captioned the slideshow of highlights. "We have grown as artists and as people. Thank you so so much to our amazing coach Chance the Rapper for believing in us. We have dreamed for a chance like this since we were little girls putting on imaginary concerts in our living room."