'The Voice' Season Three Awards

Worst Performance: Trevin Hunte

Trevin Hunte, The Voice
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Every week, as Trevin Hunte chewed his way through some of the stalest hits of the Nineties diva catalog (God, no! Not the Bolton!), the coaches called his voice a "gift from God," encouraging him to mine further into the most familiar territory known to singing shows. He was shown the door on account of an exceptionally boring "Wind Beneath My Wings," and rightly so. While other performances were more painful and technically bad, Hunte failed by applying his talent with a pernicious dullness time and again. Runner-up: Grandpa bluesman Rudy Parris’ attempt to appeal to a teen demographic found him doing a Chris Brown song, to the mortification of everyone.

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