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Voice Contestant Signs the Team She Wants to Be on
General Interest | Tuesday, February 24, 2015
When it was time for contestant Treeva Gibson to choose which coach’s team she wanted to be on, she responded, “I’m going to sign this, so my parents can see who I pick.” She goes on to sign and voice, “I PICK” and fingerspell “C-H-R-I-S-T-I-N-A.”
The 16-year-old from Frederick, Maryland started singing when she was 11. Both of her parents are deaf and Treeva learned to sign before she could speak or sing. As a teenager, Teeva discovered she has a mild hearing loss. She can not hear mid-tones, which makes it difficult for her to hear an artist singing on a track, yet she can hear the instrumental part.
Watch Treeva Gibson sing Lana Del Rey’s “Young and Beautiful” in her blind audition in the video below. She’s officially made it onto Team Christina and into the next round, so watch for her on The Voice once the battle rounds start.
NOTE: This video is provided by NBC and, unfortunately, does not include captions.