The Voice – “The public is so homophobic”, “So that’s a shame”, “I hate you! You have shit in your ears”, “I’m letting my mother inflict this crap on herself television mouth”: Internet users outraged by public votes

The Voice – “The public is so homophobic”, “So that’s a shame”, “I hate you! You have shit in your ears”, “I’m letting my mother inflict this crap on herself television mouth”: Internet users outraged by public votes
The Voice – “The public is so homophobic”, “So that’s a shame”, “I hate you! You have shit in your ears”, “I’m letting my mother inflict this crap on herself television mouth”: Internet users outraged by public votes

It’s time for the second evening of cross-battles. This Saturday, May 4, episode 12 of “The Voice: the most beautiful voice”, presented by Nikos Aliagas, was broadcast on TF1. Zazie, Vianney, Mika, Bigflo & Oli were not at the end of their troubles for this second stage. In fact, each coach had to create duets of candidates, according to their musical registers, to perform a song, and therefore challenge each other to a duel. A particularly difficult exercise that coaches and their talents fear. And we can say it, the emotion was there throughout the evening.

These final cross-battles of the season were tighter than ever. Each duel was decided by a few votes. 10 votes, 7 votes… and one vote difference! Nikos Aliagas assured him, he has never seen that, in any season. As a reminder, it is the public present in the studio who selects the talents who continue the adventure of “The Voice”. These are therefore 200 people, equipped with boxes, who have the destiny of these candidates in their hands.

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To start this colorful evening, it was Mika who opened the ball. He then chose Gabriel Lobao to face a candidate from Zazie, and the latter opted for Morpho. A face-to-face that tore the hearts of viewers. However, ten votes apart, it was Gabriel who was selected by the public present in the room. During the second cross-battle, Lize had to face Mehwy, who took on one of the greatest: John Lennon. And while both proved their talent, it was the young girl who was chosen to compete in the super cross-battles. And finally, the third duel which was much discussed was the one between Odem and Sahteen who paid a beautiful tribute to Zazie by performing his song, “Je suis un homme”. As Internet users and even Vianney have pointed out, Odem made false notes by covering “The Singer” by Daniel Balavoine. Despite everything, it was he who was selected to continue the competition. Faced with all these decisions, Internet users cried foul. The public’s choices were widely criticized on the Web. For them, the people present in the studio and who voted had “shit in their ears”.

Some subscribers of X, the old Twitter, went even further. Internet users thought that the public present did not like the difference by eliminating Morpho, and Orange the previous week..

However, an Internet user wanted to point out that many people who vote are perhaps fans of the coaches. And they perhaps voted more for the coach than for the talent in question… An explanation that can be understood.

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