The Voice Sneak Peek: Aaron Gibson Loses His Religion — But Gains a Coach

This is not just a dream (just a dream) (just a dream) for acoustic troubadour Aaron Gibson.

Nope, as the earwormy theme song tells us, “this is The Voice.” And as you’ll see in TVLine’s exclusive preview of Tuesday’s episode (8/7c on NBC), Gibson’s Blind Audition cover of “Losing My Religion” could be the start of a dream come true.

Gibson’s quiet-storm of a rasp injects fresh, mournful energy into R.E.M.’s classic — resulting in a three-chair turn.

Press PLAY above for the full audition — complete with Adam lobbing an insult at a giddy Blake’s brainpower.

Would you have turned your chair for Aaron? Could he be a Season 11 contender? Sound off below!

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  1. Jennie Karas says:

    Absolutely! He’s great! So talented!

  2. Mary Lamb says:

    Aaron Gibson’s voice is amazing! He is totally going all the way!! Also LOVE that he is a camp counselor with Tourettes!

  3. Yes!!! Aaron’s voice is amazing and he definitely deserves to be at the top!…Team Aaron <3!

  4. Jakay says:

    All the insults directed toward Adam that are supposed to be funny are making me uncomfortable. I want to see the singers get their chance, not some “cool kids” insult another one. Adam seems desperate and like they’re getting to him and Alicia mostly tries to stay above the fray but needs to step up and tell Miley and especially Blake to stop being jerks. Or somebody does. Because this show isn’t entertaining at all, no matter how many good singers there are, with the created drama of one judge as “punching bag,” to use the phrase the TVLine reviewer used. No, “punching bag” doesn’t look good on anyone. It just makes the show unpleasant.

    • Susan says:

      I agree. The insults and ganging up on Adam is not entertaining. It feels cruel and doesn’t help the contestants at all. I don’t understand if it is for ratings or if the other two judges are intimidated by him. It is bordering on the lines of bullying with no one doing anything about it.