Fil-Am Amy Vachal makes it to ‘The Voice’ Top 9 | Inquirer Entertainment

Fil-Am Amy Vachal makes it to ‘The Voice’ Top 9

/ 10:24 AM December 02, 2015

She’s not saying “bye, bye, bye.”

Filipino-American jazz singer Amy Vachal’s journey in the “The Voice” continues as it was announced on Wednesday (Tuesday, US time) that she made it to the hit singing competition’s Top 9.


BACKSTORY: Fil-Am Amy Vachal’s ‘The Voice’ journey continues


Vachal continued her and coach Adam Levine’s tested strategy of flipping successful songs from different genres to suit her jazzy and folksy leanings. On Tuesday (Monday, US time), Vachal covered “Bye, Bye, Bye,” one of the biggest hits from American boy band *Nsync.

The official twitter page of the boy band praised her, saying her rendition was “well done.”



Her version also made it to the Top 10 of the iTunes charts. Her previous covers of Drake’s “Hotline Bling” and Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space” also proved to be popular among the viewers.

READ: Adam Levine Predicts this Filipina Singer Will Win ‘The Voice’ US

Both of Gwen Stefani’s bets, Korin Bukowski and Braiden Sunshine faced elimination, but viewers chose to save Sunshine, ultimately sending Bukowski home.

Joining Vachal in the Top 9 are fellow Team Adam members Jordan Smith and Shelby Brown. Team Gwen’s Jeffrey Austin and Sunshine; Team Blake Shelton’s Zach Seabaugh, Barrett Baber and Emily Ann Robertson; and Team Pharrell Williams’ Madi Davis also made it through the next round. IDL

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TAGS: ’NSync, Adam Levine, Amy Vachal, The Voice

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