Cape Town – Episode 4 of The Voice SA was jam-packed with awesome talent.
It was all out battle mode for the coaches who begged, pleaded and bantered for the best talent.
There was one talent that stood out from the rest.
Amanda Faku, who performed for the very first time in front of an audience, earned the fastest four-chair-turn in the history of the show.
The 23-year-old from Port Elizabeth performed John Legend's Ordinary People and after very convincing pitches from each coach Amanda choose Lira.
Watch her audition here:
After her audition Amanda was amazed at the compliments and the four-chair-turn. "I've never been this happy in my life," she said
Watch her post audition interview here:
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After this week's blind auditions this is how the team tally looks: Lira seven, Bobby five, Karen five and Khan four.
The coaches weren't the only ones impressed by Amanda.
Here's how viewers reacted to her audition.
Wow just wow just wow slayed it Amanda. Wow what a rendition of ordinary people #TheVoiceSA— IG:chipomarche (@chipomarche) February 19, 2017
Amanda's voice ?? #TheVoiceSA— Lulama Malope (@lu_malope) February 19, 2017
Wow Amanda that was incredible???? #TheVoiceSA— Niesie Selassie (@MsNiesie) February 19, 2017
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