Adam Levine Duets With Mike Schiavo In 'The Voice' Season 10 Premiere

It's only night one of The Voice season 10 and we've already been treated to an impromptu Adam Levine performance. 21-year-old Mike Schiavo just became the luckiest The Voice contestant ever after Levine joined him onstage for an acoustic version of "She Will Be Loved." Seriously, how did he even get sound to come out of his mouth at that moment? I would've fainted out of pure shock the moment Levine took my side. But alas, Schiavo was able to keep his cool and hold his own in a duet with Levine. In that one performance, Schiavo proved to both the coaches and America that he was destined for stardom and that The Voice would be his first musical conquest on the way to the top.

Schiavo has a truly unmatchable talent. His sound is smooth, pure, and effortless — it's really the voice of an angel. The New Jersey native performed a stripped down version of Tove Lo's "Talking Body" and quickly won over the judges with his originality and artistry. He set out on The Voice to do something the coaches had never heard before, and he did exactly that. The 21-year-old inspired the first real coach showdown of the season, which goes to show how talented he really is. Schiavo had Pharrel, Levine, and Shelton all fighting over him but ultimately chose to join Team Adam — because how could he not?

Schiavo is a perfect fit for Team Adam. After all, Levine is the reigning champion on the coaches panel. He has a proven record of producing winners, and Schiavo could be his next great mentee. The similarities between the two artists are striking, which will help Levine refine Schiavo's sound and improve his stage presence. With just a few tweaks, Schiavo will become a force in this competition and quickly work his way to the top. It's too early to judge if he has a shot at the finale, but as long as keeps up the amazing work, he'll certainly improve his chances.

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