Judith Hill

 

Biography

Judith Hill is a member of Adam Levine's team on The Voice season 4.

Raised in Southern California, Judith Hill was exposed to music at an early age. Her dad plays the bass while her mom plays the keyboard. Before she joined The Voice, she was Michael Jackson's duet partner in "This Is It" tour before Jackson passed away. She also sings regularly with Stevie Wonder.

Her biggest musical influences include Aretha Franklin and Smokey Robinson.
 

Place of Birth

Los Angeles, California
 

Birth Name

Judith Hill
 

Gender

Female
 

Fun Facts

In her blind audition for The Voice, she sang "What a Girl Wants " by Christina Aguilera and had all four coaches offer a place on their teams. She picked Adam Levine.

During the first round of battles she performed "You Know I'm No Good" by Amy Winehouse and won.

At the Knockout Rounds she went agaisnt Orlando Dixon singing "Always on My Mind" by Willie Nelson and won.
 

Filmography

The Voice, Season 4
 

Nickname

Judith