'The Voice's' Out Performer Michelle Chamuel Heads to Top Six After 'Grenade' - #4EyesOnThePrize

Team Usher’s sole survivor Michelle Chamuel continues to be one of the ones to watch on The Voice. This week Chamuel handily made it through to the show’s top six with a killer cover of Bruno Mars’ “Grenade.” The out musician is making nerd cool week after week with her signature glasses while blowing the doors of The Voice studio with heartrending covers of songs like “True Colors,” “Just Give Me a Reason,” and “Titanium.”
By: Tracy E. Gilchrist
May 29 2013 2:09 PM

Team Usher’s sole survivor Michelle Chamuel continues to be one of the ones to watch on The Voice. This week Chamuel handily made it through to the show’s top six with a killer cover of Bruno Mars’ “Grenade.” The out front woman for the band Ella Riot is making nerd cool week after week with her signature glasses while blowing the doors of The Voice studio week after week with heartrending covers of songs like “True Colors,” “Just Give Me a Reason,” and “Titanium.”

Coach Usher is so behind his only surviving artist on the show that he’s taken to wearing thick, plastic-framed glasses to show his Chamuel love. He’s also building an army of fans on Twitter under the hash tag #4EyesOnthePrize.

Congrats to Chamuel for making it through to the next round.
Here’s Chamuel's “Grenade!”

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