“The Voice” Contestant Jaron Strom Got Blake Shelton To Do His ‘Happy Dance’ and It Was Something

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“The Voice” blind auditions have been some of the best we’ve ever season in all 14 seasons of the show, and it has us so excited for what’s to come!

29-year-old Jaron Strom from Shelby, North Carolina sang Ben E. King’s “This Magic Moment,” and his performance was, well, pretty magical. Honestly, I felt like I was listening to a ballad from a Disney movie (in the best way). He had a similar voice to Jason Mraz– a very classy, timeless sound. Blake Shelton was ultimately the only coach to turn his chair, but that didn’t stop Jaron from doing his own happy dance after his performance was over.


Adam then said, “I don’t think you’ve lived until you’ve seen Blake’s happy dance,” prompting Blake to show him what he’s made of.




Jaron told Blake he’d be down to teach him some of his moves, so maybe we’ll get to see Blake break dance. But probably not.