NBC’s ‘The Voice’ contestant Katherine Ho gets triple-montage treatment

VoiceIt’s not often that we write an article on “The Voice” that is about a contestant being triple-montaged, mostly because it is such a rare phenomenon, but here we are with it happening to Katherine Ho.

When it a triple-montage does happen, it just makes it all the more frustrating since it eliminates the purpose of the show. We know that there is no guarantee that you are going to get airtime when you audition for the show, but we do think for the most part you should get a little more attention than Katherine Ho got over the course of the competition. Her Battle Round performance of Caroline Burns was not really shown, and this puts her in a similar camp with Rebekah Samarin back in season 7 of the show. They made it far enough on the show that they cannot audition again, and yet they don’t really get a lot of publicity – it’s pretty unfair.

Here’s the most egregious thing about this performance tonight: We don’t even know what Katherine sang! She just didn’t get any attention at all. Hopefully, she’ll still be able to get something good from this experience and move forward.

Did we really think after being montaged the first two times that she had a chance of making it to the live rounds? Not really, mostly because this is the sort of show that relies on edit to tell a narrative to a certain extent. We just wish that the show would at least consider making full performances available online in the future.

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