"The Voice" 2013 resumed Dec. 2 on NBC as the top six sang once again for America's votes and the chance to advance to the top five. The versatile Cole Vosbury, who represents country music super star Blake Shelton's last chance at taking the season five crown, opened the show on a peppy note with his take on the Hall and Oates classic "Rich Girl."
Although the song didn't allow Vosbury to emote as well as previous selections, which included Miguel's "Adorn" and the Vince Gill staple "I Still Believe in You," Shelton explained that his aim was for his contestant to have fun on stage and show voters his impressive range.
When Vosbury hit "The Voice" stage to perform live, he looked comfortable with his guitar in hand and a hat perched on his head. His rendition of the popular, well-known tune was solid vocally, as his gritty, gravelly sound worked well with the arrangement and he sang with passion and confidence.
The coaches were uniformly impressed, with Adam Levine calling his voice "great" and CeeLo Green jokingly suggesting that he assume the role of Vosbury's co-coach. Shelton called him "a pro" and said it was clear that he'd been working very hard on his music for a very long time.
To see if Cole Vosbury advances safely to the next round of the competition, watch "The Voice" 2012 top six results show Dec. 3 on NBC.