She got the attention of Alicia Keys, the first judge to turn her chair, as well as judges Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani. Carson sat down and chatted with her for a little bit.
"I think songs from the '50s and the '60s are so well written, and there's this simplicity that's so poignantly emotional", Keys explained. And for a minute, it looked like Stefani might have had an in with the young Voice hopeful due to a chance encounter they had in the past.
"This is surreal, like, I'm a preoperative nurse", Temple exclaimed. She has that classic voice and we definitely saw The Voice coaches 2017 fighting for her. She comes out and is giving us that old school vibe with this song choice. Now she's my coach! She is so good and asked her to pick him!
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Temple joined Alicia Keys' team after the two performed Keys' hit song "Fallin'" together, which brought all of the judges to their feet.
It was such a powerful moment from the impressive singer that it nearly felt unfair to the other coaches who couldn't hope to compete.
Naturally, Temple chose Keys as her coach and will surely be a contender this season. She is an actor and singer in Los Angeles, but to make ends meet she is a server. "She sang the song!"
The keys to the Alicia Keys mansion can be yours for a cool $3 million. "And I'm finding out, all she has to do to win is just sing to all the artists!"