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There's no denying the impact Harry Styles has had on the pop music landscape, so it's easy to see why his infectious songs are frequent picks for performers on The Voice. There have been more than a few memorable Harry Styles covers during the show's 21-season run.
There's no forgetting the silky smooth "Adore You" cover performed by Raine Stern and Andrew Marshall during the Season 20 Battles (their Coach was Nick Jonas). The two performed beautifully together, and the Coaches were divided about who should win the Battle. (Ultimately, Jonas chose Stern as the winner.)
The Voice Season 20 featured another impressive Styles cover by Texas native Zae Romeo during his initial Blind Audition. His flawless cover of "Falling" left audiences reeling and the Coaches stressing over who would claim Romeo as a member of their team. (He ended up on Team Jonas!)
Let's also take a second to appreciate Olivia Reyes' Season 19 performance of "Falling" and when James Pyle won the hearts of America that same season with his effortless rendition of "Watermelon Sugar." It left just about everyone feeling high. (See what we did there?)
Christine Cain also brought us another cover of "Watermelon Sugar" that blew the Coaches away. See all these covers in the NBC video, above.
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