Tyler’s Chance Pena Finds Himself With a New Coach on ‘The Voice’
Tyler's Chance Pena lived to see another day on 'The Voice,' but he got to that point a little differently than normal.
The 15-year-old faced a daunting task in Tuesday's Battle Rounds, facing the talented duo of Andi & Alex, also members of Team Adam Levine. They sang "Wherever You Will Go" by The Calling, and it was a performance to remember.
Maroon 5 front man Levine was beyond impressed, but it also left him with a decision he could only call "brutal."
"You guys were all so good. Chance, this was tough going against these two because they are so in-sync with each other that you think if anyone tries to compete with that, they're going to be totally locked out," Levine said. "But the sound that is created when the three of you sing together is something real. I absolutely think the three of you should form a group together. This is the hardest thing I've ever had to decide."
Levine called Andi & Alex the winner of the Battle Rounds, leaving Pena's destiny on 'The Voice' hanging in the balance.
But then the country star came calling.
In the middle of thanking Levine, Pena was stolen by Blake Shelton, giving the Tylerite the opportunity to keep pursuing the grand prize of $100,000 and a record deal.
Pena's face after it happened says it all. Good luck, Chance! You're making Tyler proud.