The Voice Coach Adam Levine: Javier Colon Doesn't Need My Help
Move over Beverly McClellan and Frenchie Davis!
Christina Aguilera's female team members may have dominated last week on The Voice, but on Tuesday's show, it was all about Javier Colon.
Delivering an emotional performance of Sarah McLachlan's "Angel" on the piano Tuesday night, the 34-year-old father of two tells Us Weekly he took special care to perfect the ballad.
"Since I have a range, I like to sing a lot of things, sometimes when it's not necessarily needed," Colon told Us backstage after Tuesday's taping. "[Coach] Adam [Levine] is great at dialing me back in and saying 'It's about the melody.'"
Despite Colon's hesitation at over-singing the ballad, Levine says there is no reason why he shouldn't sail through to the show's semi-final round.
During their pre-show coaching session, Levine -- who declared Colon's final routine "absolutely perfect" -- tells Us he sat back and offered little guidance. Why? Colon just didn't need any!
"Javier sat down [in rehearsal] and I didn't have to say a damn thing," says Levine of the Team Adam standout.
For more of Us Weekly's backstage report from The Voice, check out the video above!
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