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The Voice: Which Coach Do You Think Has The BEST Team? Our Early PREDICTION + Top 5 Moments!

The Voice: Which Coach Do You Think Has The BEST Team? Our Early PREDICTION + Top 5 Moments!

The Voice | Season 15 Blind Auditions Week 3

The Voice Week 3 came through with some AMAZING talent! Jack and Mel discuss the Top 5 Moments in this week’s episode, Blake Shelton + Adam Levine’s brotherly moment, how the teams are looking & which team we think is the best

Who was your favorite of the Blind Auditions week one? Did you spot any potential winners? Did you enjoy the Blake + Adam moment? What team do you think is the best in the competition right now?

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The Voice 2017 USA on NBC follows the strongest vocalists from across the country and invites them to compete in this blockbuster vocal competition.

In season 15, Returning coaches Kelly Clarkson, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Jennifer Hudson as celebrity musician coaches, while Carson Daly continues to serve as host. The show’s innovative format features five stages of competition: the first begins with the blind auditions, followed by the battle rounds, the knockouts, the live playoffs and finally, the live performance shows.

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Vocal Coach Discovers the Next Justin Bieber! (Lewis Blissett)

Vocal Coach Discovers the Next Justin Bieber! (Lewis Blissett)

Vocal coach Tristan Paredes analyzes the vocals of the latest viral kid singer Lewis Blissett covering No Tears Left to Cry by Ariana Grande

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Serena Williams says her male tennis coach advised her to stop breastfeeding

Serena Williams says her male tennis coach advised her to stop breastfeeding

Serena Williams is speaking out about the struggles of being a new mom and a pro athlete.The 36-year-old tennis star covers TIME’s September issue and discusses the difficult decision to sacrifice motherhood milestones in order to conquer the court.One of those sacrifices came when her coach, Patrick Mouratoglou, insisted she stop breastfeeding in order to up her game.“I felt the decisions were taken through the angle of the family, where before, every decision was taken through the angle of tennis,” Mouratoglou tells the magazine.“This is a big difference.Even if you are Serena, if you want to be successful in tennis, tennis has to be priority No.1.” While Williams was still dedicated to her game, she lamented giving up the connection to her 11-month-old daughter, Olympia, whom she shares with husband Alexis Ohanian.”You have the power to sustain the life that God gave her,” she says.“You have the power to make her happy, to calm her.At any other time in your life, you don’t have this magical superpower.” On top of that, the career advice was especially hard to take from a man, who, Williams thinks, could never “understand the connection.” “It’s absolutely hard to take from a guy,” Williams notes.“He’s not a woman, he doesn’t understand that connection, that the best time of the day for me was when I tried to feed her.I’ve spent my whole life making everyone happy, just servicing it seems like everyone.And this is something I wanted to do.” In the end, Williams made the difficult decision to heed her coach’s advice and put her career first.“I looked at Olympia, and I was like, ‘Listen, Mommy needs to get her body back, so Mommy’s going to stop now,’” she reveals.”We had a really good conversation.We talked it out.” Despite giving up the connection that breastfeeding provides, Williams is still enormously in tune with her daughter.“I didn’t think I’d be this attached.It’s difficult to leave her,” Williams says.“.Sometimes she just wants Mommy, she doesn’t want anyone else.I still have to learn a balance of being there for her, and being there for me.I’m working on it.I never understood women before, when they put themselves in second or third place.And it’s so easy to do.It’s so easy to do.” After recently losing in the final round of Wimbledon, suffering the worst defeat of her career in the first round of the Silicon Valley Classic, and falling again in the second round of the Western & Southern Open on Wednesday, Williams still insists she has more fight left in her.“I’m not done yet, simple,” she insists.“My story doesn’t end here.” With the U.S.open later this month, Williams has vowed to put aside her mom guilt and focus on herself during the tournament.“I need to be more selfish for just those couple of days,” she says.“I keep telling myself she’s not going to remember that I spent an extra two hours with her.I should be taking that two hours and focusing on my career.” More from : Kim Kardashian looks nearly unrecognizable in new selfie