‘The Voice’s Bryce Leatherwood on Making Blake Shelton Proud: ‘I Hope to Be Something Like Him One Day’

Bryce Leatherwood needs to make his mentor Blake Shelton pleased before his exit on The Voice.

The 22-year-old from Woodstock, Georgia, returned solid on Monday night with his exhibition of George Waterway’s work of art “Amarillo before dawn” subsequent to being saved by the special case a week ago. “This is whenever I’ve first at any point felt like a phase mother,” Shelton, 46, said after his presentation. “I was into to the point that. I love George Waterway and I love Bryce.”

He proceeded, “The position you were in last week, who can say for sure the way in which that occurred. In any case, that is the means by which you fix it.”

Addressing Individuals in a gathering interview after the show, Leatherwood focused on how his relationship with the “Sangria” vocalist has advanced all through the season.

“He’s an inconceivable mentor and he’s an extraordinary companion,” he says. “He’s certainly somebody that I can connect with in a great deal of ways and he sees a ton of himself in me — essentially I trust so.” He adds, “I desire to be something like him one day. I figure I would do very great.”

Recently, Shelton reported he would be making a stride back from the show after this season interestingly since its debut. Along these lines, Leatherwood just wishes “to do right by the elderly person.” “He’s exhausted however he gives however much he can to every individual who’s at any point been on this show and been in this group.

I think it says a great deal regarding a man who’s had the option to work on something for a very long time, collaborate with youthful specialists and backing them in any capacity that he would be able.” He closes, “It takes a great deal for somebody to do that. Particularly at this type.”

As he arranged to make that big appearance on Monday, Leatherwood said he picked “Amarillo Before sun-up” on the grounds that “I cut my teeth with this tune” at his nearby bars.

Yet, singing such a famous tune on live TV likewise accompanies pressure: “In the event that you come at the Lord you best not miss.”

Also, he didn’t! “Well Bryce I’m no country master as Blake will remind you frequently, yet I have to say it just sounded so awesome thus regular,” said John Legend — who mentors close by Shelton, Camila Cabello and Gwen Stefani. “A man named Bryce Leatherwood singing a George Waterway tune. It was an ideal execution of that tune.”

The Voice airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. EST on NBC.