Who is Bella DeNapoli from ‘The Voice’? The singer’s ‘range is impeccable,’ according to fans.

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The blind auditions for Season 21 of ‘The Voice’ continued in round four, which aired on Tuesday, September 28. We saw aspiring singers Janora Brown, David Vogel, Kaitlyn Velez, Clint Sherman, and The Cunningham Sisters make the cut in the most recent episode. Kayla Lilly, a singer, was unable to secure a spot on the singing reality show and returned home after performing ‘Never Enough.’ Bella DeNapoli, a contestant, also showed up for the blind auditions and nailed her rendition of Danity Kane’s ‘Damaged.’ The singer gave the popular song a unique twist, which she had arranged with the help of her family. While it appeared that Bella would be sent home if she didn’t hit the high notes, the game took a complete 180-degree turn when John Legend, Ariana Grande, and Kelly Clarkson literally pressed their buzzers at the same time, providing the much-anticipated drama to the audience. Blake Shelton, on the other hand, has decided to sit this one out. Bella found the three-chair turn to be bliss, as she then took her final call to continue her journey on ‘The Voice.’

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Who is Bella DeNapoli? Bella DeNapoli is from Long Island, New York, and she was the second contestant from the same town to join Team Blake on the same episode as Kaitlyn Velez. Bella is a singer, songwriter, and producer, according to her bio. Her family is extremely close to her, and everyone in her family enjoys singing. Bella DeNapoli is also very attached to her dog and frequently posts about him on her social media platforms. Bella is a trained musician who has shared a number of cover songs on YouTube and Instagram. She’s also released a few original songs. Justin Bieber, Kelly Clarkson, Martina McBride, and Natasha Bedingfield are reportedly big fans of the aspiring contestant. Bella DeNapoli only managed to impress John Legend, Ariana Grande, and Kelly Clarkson with her performance after she hit the high notes during her set. Kelly was drawn to the different colors of her voice and said it would be “fun as hell” to work with her. John Legend praised her for giving the song a unique spin. Ariana gave her valuable opinion on Bella’s audition, calling her tone and control “great” and hoping to work with her to explore all of the tools she has in her voice. Bella DeNapoli ultimately chose Team Ariana after much deliberation. Apart from the most recent, Katie Rae, Katherine Ann Mohler, Vaughn Mugol, Chavon Rodgers, Jim & Sasha Allen, Raquel Trinidad, and Hailey Mia have all been chosen as contestants by the global pop star.



‘Bella and Vaughn gonna have to work overtime to carry Ariana team’

$00 “Catching up with the voice but IM OBSESSED WITH BELLA,” one user wrote. “That bella girl on the voice seems so sweet telling her story, but omg their family dog is SO CUTE..” said another user. “Am I the only one who noticed that #Bella on #TheVoice looks exactly like the actress @lakebell?” one person added. Even the same mannerisms! It’s eerie! “Congratulations Miss Ariana Grande on winning the battle against the other voice show coaches to win Bella and David and I wanna tell u I’m intrigued with Bella voice and I think she has potential to do really well in this show competition,” one elated social media user tweeted. “Bella and Vaughn are going to have to work overtime to carry Ariana’s team,” another added. “Bella DeNapoli has an amazing voice!!,” wrote one user. That high note was given to Ariana Grande, so Bella is obviously ideal for #TeamAriana. “So the strongest singers on TA are Vaughn and now Bella,” one user said. “Bella DiNapoli reppin Long Island, NY!!,” one concluded. Her versatility is unrivaled! ‘The Voice’ Season 21 airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. PT/ET on NBC

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