Savannah Berry Covers Taylor Swift’s ‘Safe and Sound,’ Joins Team Blake on ‘The Voice’
It's likely that Blake Shelton's fellow 'The Voice' judges are kicking themselves after the three-time reigning winner snagged country singer Savannah Berry on Tuesday night's (April 2) episode. Berry, just 17, performed a rendition of Taylor Swift's 'Safe and Sound' (featuring the Civil Wars) that impressed not only the superstars on the show, but Kelly Clarkson as well.
Usher was the only judge who didn't spin his chair -- a mistake he immediately regretted. “I be the only idiot that didn’t hit my button,” he said after the fact. Shakira assured Berry that she can “win this competition" -- or that they could win it together -- but in the end, the Texas native followed her country heart (and love of Miranda Lambert)... straight into Shelton's arms.
"I hate to say this Adam, but Blake is gonna win with Savannah Berry," Kelly Clarkson chimed in on Twitter after Berry picked Team Blake. "Yep, that's gonna happen. C'mon Savannah!!!"
With such a force behind her, how could Berry not win Season 4 of 'The Voice'?