Trevin Hunte Captures Hearts with ‘Greatest Love of All’ on ‘The Voice’
Who doesn’t adore Trevin Hunte? Is there anything he can’t do? These are just some of the thoughts inspired by his stunning rendition of Whitney Houston’s ‘Greatest Love of All’ on ‘The Voice’ tonight (Nov. 26).
It’s clear that music isn’t just a hobby for this talented 18-year-old – it’s a way of life. To prove this, his coach selected an epic song that has touched millions of people over the years. “Keep in mind the legacy of the song,” Cee Lo Green encouraged. “It’s a big mountain to climb, but if anyone can do it, you can do it.”
Backed by a soulful show choir, Hunte showcased his amazing vocal range and his uncanny ability to weave emotion into every single note.
“I hope that when I die – and hopefully I go to heaven – that this is heaven,” Adam Levine stated, looking awestruck. “You can sing anything you want, because it really doesn’t matter. I don’t think there’s any song that you can’t get up here and just blow us away with.” Blake Shelton and Christina Aguilera agreed that it was an incredible performance, but Aguilera went on to say that she thinks there’s even more to him that we haven’t seen yet.
The once bashful singer is winning people over left and right with his powerhouse vocals and endearing personality. “I’m just truly indebted,” Cee Lo said emphatically. “And the sweetest, most special part of you isn’t even your voice, but the humility that you practice.”