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Blake Shelton Says Sorelle’s Playoff Is “Too Perfect”: “This Is Cheating!”

Artists brought their A-game for the latest round of The Voice, including Sorelle, who performed "Something's Got a Hold on Me."

By Joe Dziemianowicz
Team Chance's Epic Sister Trio Sorelle Delivers on "Something's Got a Hold On Me" | The Voice | NBC

On The Voice, Coach Chance the Rapper calls his team members Sorelle the “Mini Choir" and for good reason.

How to Watch

Watch the Season 26 premiere of The Voice on Monday, September 23 at 8/7c on NBC and next day on Peacock. 

During the Playoffs Round on the NBC series, the Lexington, Ohio sisters Adi, Ana, and Bella who comprise the trio, came ready to make a maximum impact.

“Sorelle is a really important part of my team,” said Chance. “They’re the only group on the whole show. They’re incredibly experienced to be so young. They have the ability to make the most beautiful harmonics you’ve ever heard.”

For the all-important Playoffs, “Something’s Got a Hold On Me,” covered famously by Christina Aguilera in Burlesque, provided an ideal showcase for the siblings, as it allowed them to highlight their tight harmonies and individual voices.

Before the performance, the sisters said they “loved Burlesque as kids” and that the song was “always playing in the house — always.”

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The group also praised Chance for his smart coaching advice about how to create a stage presence and knowing when to weave in harmonies.

Following their gripping performance, it was obvious that Sorelle had a hold on all of the Coaches.

“Come on, this is cheating,” said Blake Shelton. “It’s too perfect. I loved the individual moments that you guys had. It was like, ‘Oh, you think we all three can’t do this separately, too? Watch this.’” 

Niall Horan called Sorelle’s energy “insane” and their harmonies “ridiculously tight.” 

For Kelly Clarkson the three sibs add up to a singular sensation. “What you’re doing is so fresh,” she said. “It’s just, like, unlike anyone else. That makes you stand out.”

Chance beamed with pride. “Every time you guys get on stage, it just blows everybody away,” he said. “And you guys have just been so receptive to all the notes. You killed it.”

Of course, not everyone can move forward and Chance knew he had to make cuts to his team.

“I’m about to make the toughest decision of the season,” said Chance, “maybe toughest decision in my life.”

In the end, Chance selected Sorelle and Ray Uriel to move onto Live Performances to represent his team.

“We’re trying to take it all the way,” said Chance. 

They’ll be facing plenty of tough competition, of course. At the end of the Playoffs Round, Shelton chose NOIVAS and Grace West to advance.

“This has been the toughest thing they've ever asked me to do,” said Shelton. “We’re going into the Lives now, and I think the winner's on Team Blake.”

To find out who advances on the other two teams, watch The Voice on NBC Mondays at 8/7c and streaming the next day on Peacock.