Season 4 of "The Voice" is about to kick off with some serious singing talent, but I'm still holding a teensy-tiny grudge against the show for eliminating promising songstress Suzanna Choffel so early in last season's game. The Austin-bred, Brooklyn-based music teacher was one of my favorite contestants of Season 3, and even though the contestant who outlasted her in the Knockout Rounds, Cassadee Pope, ultimately went on to become the latest "Voice" winner, I still wish Suzanna had been in the finale as well.
But good things have been happening for Suzanna since she left "The Voice," and when she recently returned to Los Angeles to play a special show opening for Emeli Sande and Skylar Grey, she swung by Yahoo! HQ to perform a few acoustic originals for our staff. Let's hope there's more talent as fab as this on Season 4 of "The Voice," which premieres March 25!
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