‘The Voice’ opens show with touching ‘Hallelujah’ tribute for shooting victims

 Reality performance show The Voice opened its third season finale show with a goose bump-worthy rendition of  Leonard Cohen‘s  “Hallelujah” as a tribute to the victims  killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School. According to Mediaite,

All 20 of the show’s contestants came together on stage, joined by judges Cee Lo Green, Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton, and Adam Levine, along with hosts Carson Daly and Christina Milian. Each singer held up a placard with the name and age of one of the 26 people killed at the elementary school.

The group stood in the pitch black, surrounded by candles.

Tonight the mood was decidedly mournful.

Video via NBC

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  • http://WestLinn Mary Diaz

    That was such a beautiful tribute to those little souls

    • Pawanna

      I am crying..

  • angelina

    such a moving tribute – this song always makes me well up anyway, but especially when sent out to those kids and their families.