Moushumi Gets Three Chairs To Turn On 'The Voice' Blind Auditions And It's All Thanks To Her Killer Talent

At this point in the game, a contestant is lucky to get even one chair to turn on The Voice. But Moushumi didn't need any luck because her talent spoke for itself — The Voice hopeful got three chairs to turn on the final night of the Blind Auditions, and she deserved every single one of them. So why only three chairs? Well, Blake Shelton's team was already full — otherwise, he would've been the first to hit his button.

It can be either a blessing or a curse to audition on the last night of the Blind Auditions. It's a curse to many talented artists who can sing, but just don't pique the coaches' interest enough to get them to hit their buttons and finish off their teams. It's a blessing to those who are also extremely talented, but have that special something to get the coaches begging them to be the last contestant to join their team. Moushumi was the latter. Her performance of Chris Isaak's "Wicked Game" was edgy, mysterious, and just what the coaches wanted to hear. According to Pharrell, she was completely one of a kind as he had "never met an Indian girl that sings like" Moushumi. Pretty awesome to hear those words from one of the greatest producers of our time, right? Moushumi must have agreed, because she chose to join Team Pharrell.

Pharrell promised to put together his most diverse team yet and he certainly delivered on that this season. Moushumi is just the latest unique artist to join his roster, but she's one of the strongest. There's just something about Moushumi that is instantly captivating and magnetic — she reels you in with her first note and doesn't let you go until the music stops. With Pharrell's guidance, Moushumi will go from talented to freaking amazing — and once she makes it there, there's no way she can be stopped. The other The Voice contestants better watch out, because Moushumi is in it to win it.

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