Desz and her "The Voice" coach, Kelly Clarkson shone on stage during their powerful duet performance of Chaka Khan's "I'm Every Woman."
This week's finale of "The Voice" saw Desz and her coach, Kelly Clarkson completely blow up the stage with their powerful duet performance of their cover of Chaka Khan's "I'm Every Women."
Desz is a part of the final 5 for the 19th season of "The Voice" and has been showing off her impressive vocals throughout the show, which has had the coaches and the viewers all stunned.
She also performed Fleetwood Mac's "Landslide" and her own original song "Holy Ground" as all the contestants had to sing an original song and a cover for the finale of the show.
The cover she performed of "Landslide" brought Clarkson to tears and she sang Desz praise after her performance. She went so far as to say that she was happy Stevie Nicks as the Fleetwood Mac's song was done so well,
"For someone that’s so like, an acrobat with vocals, to be understated the way you were, just give us the moments where it’s mind-blowing."
Her touching performance of her original song "Holy Ground" also received much approval from the other judges, John Legend had shared his appreciation for the singer said he was glad he had been able to witness her each week.
Clarkson revealed that both she and her team member Desz needed that song, in reference to her original song. She went on further to say Desz was the best vocalist she had ever seen in the show.
She has shared that she feels herself and Clarkson are kindred spirits and has appreciated Kelly's honest feedback through the season.
Clarkson and Ddesz took to the stage for their duet of "I'm Every Woman", a Chaka Khan song. The two women were dressed in gorgeous floor-length ball gowns and looked absolutely stunning.
Clarkson had said that the choice of song was obvious as they are both confident women and it had felt like the right song to perform together for the song, Desz agreed by saying,
"No other song would have fit more perfectly for this moment."
Desz has had an impressive run on the show, during her blind audience all 4 coaches turned their chair, and she had pick Clarkson to be her coach for the show.
She has shared that she feels herself and Clarkson are kindred spirits and has appreciated Kelly's honest feedback through the season. She definitely made her round of this week's finale performances.
She originally grew up in Houston Texas. Her mother who had always encouraged her sadly passed away when she was only 11 years old. She is now based in Los Angeles.