Angela Wolff (25 from Metter, Georgia) was a contestant on the NBC talent contest The Voice.
The Blind AuditionsEdit
In the Blind Auditions Angela sang "The House That Built Me", a song by Miranda Lambert which got no response from any of the coaches ending in Angela not being picked for a team and leaving unsuccessful.
At the end of the Blind auditions some of the coaches still had empty spots on their teams and with no more contestants left to sing decided on bringing back a handful of singers that had already performed. Angela Wolff was one of them.
On her second audition for the coaches Angela came back and sang "Rolling in the Deep" by Adele which luckily for her caught mentor and judge Adam Levine's attention and made him press his button, putting her on Team Adam.
The Battle RoundsEdit
On the Battle Rounds, Adam paired Angela with fellow team member Javier Colon and gave them the song "Stand by Me" by Ben. E King to duet together. They performed third on the second week of the battles and sang against each other. At the end of their performance Adam had a hard choice choosing which to send through to the live shows but eventually came to the conclusion of picking Angela to go home and Javier to continue in the competition.
|Miranda Lambert- The House That Built Me||Blind Audition||-|
|Adele- Rolling in the Deep||Blind Audition||Team Adam|
|Ben. E King- Stand by Me- (duet with Javier Colon)||Battle Round||Lost|