Show Voice Children: the best moments, performance by Maria Gulevich with the song "What's Up"
Show Voice - most famous music show in Russia. It exists in other countries, but there, in addition to the Voice, there is many other shows: The X Factor, Got Talen and so on. For Europeans and Americans, the Voice is one of many shows, and for Russians it is a real opportunity to show off and become famous for the whole country. All you need is desire and talent.
Over the almost ten-year history of the show's existence, it has had all: intrigues, mistakes, perfect performances, unique musicians, cruel decisions of the judges, sorrows and joys. Therefore, the show popular - it gives viewers emotions. Because of this popularity, the producers of the show decided to put even more pressure on the emotions of the audience and added to the Voice two formats: Voice 60+ and Voice Kids. The audience is ready to be touched endlessly by how grandparents or small children sing. In addition, many of these vocalists even more talented than the members of the original Voice! The performance of the song "What's Up" by Maria Gulevich is confirms. A twelve-year-old girl with a small ukulele came to the show and amazed the audience and the judges. She sang the song "What's Up" and even played along on the ukulele herself. This is rare on the Voice show - vocalists hardly play instruments.
About the song "What's Up" 4Non Blonds
The song "What's Up" was released in 1992 and immediately became a hit. It remains so even now: the official video of the song has 1.2 billion views and this figure, according to YouTube statistics, is growing by 23 thousand every hour! This track is considered one of the most popular ones throughout the history of music:
Maria Gulevich's performance on the Voice Children show
Maria did a great job sing. After she began to perform "What's Up", one of the mentors - Basta, pressed the treasured button. The girl and her support team were delighted with the mentor's decision.
Other mentors did not turn around to Maria, but it no longer mattered - if at least one mentor turned around, the participant passed into the show. Basta turned to Maria and the girl automatically got into his team. https://youtu.be/NnMtxJUeQKk The girl was lucky because Basta is one of the best mentors of the Voice Children show in history: in the 7th and 8th season, according to the voting results of the show's viewers, he was chosen as the best mentor. None no longer became the best mentor twice.