Baltimore's Davon Fleming talks 'The Voice' audition, Jennifer Hudson duet: 'It was iconic'

Tuesday, 10 October 2017, 11:02:17 AM. Park Heights native Davon Fleming talks about his experience on 'The Voice' so far.
After Park Heights native Davon Fleming graced “The Voice” stage with a soulful rendition of Amy Winehouse’s “Me & Mr. Jones” during last week’s blind auditions, Blake Shelton told him he was going to make the finale. Adam Levine stood up to plead his case as to why Fleming should join his team. Miley Cyrus wanted to press her button 1,000 times, and Jennifer Hudson threw her shoe. It made it difficult to choose whom he wanted to be his coach on the NBC singing competition, Fleming told The Baltimore Sun last week. “I was considering everybody. The thing is, even beforehand, you have an idea of who you want to pick, but you get caught up in the moment,” he said. “You really don’t know. You have to go with what your heart is feeling.” So after engaging in a duet with Hudson of Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You,” it was safe to say Hudson would be his pick. Ellen Fishel Baltimore singer Davon Fleming made quite an impression on the judges of “The Voice” on Monday night — so much so that he caused Jennifer Hudson to throw her shoe in excitement and later join him in an impromptu duet. Fleming, who grew up in Park Heights, sang Amy Winehouse’s “Me and Mr. Jones”... Baltimore singer Davon Fleming made quite an impression on the judges of “The Voice” on Monday night — so much so that he caused Jennifer Hudson to throw her shoe in excitement and later join him in an impromptu duet. Fleming, who grew up in Park Heights, sang Amy Winehouse’s “Me and Mr. Jones”... (Ellen...Read more
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