Singing the Pussycat Dolls’ song “Don’t Cha,” penned by Cee Lo himself, Domo (pronounced Dah-mo) hit The Voice stage with the swag of a thousand divas as she punctuated her arrival. An accomplished professional in the industry (namely China and everwhere in between), Domo has it all: choreography, beauty, a body, and a voice. With a total package like that, it didn’t take long for Cee Lo to turn his chair and catch the Domo groove.
In fact, since Cee Lo was the only judge to turn his chair, Domo gave her new coach a brief but up close and personal show.
So, after landing a spot on The Voice, how does Domo feel about her style in relation to Cee Lo’s originality?
“I feel like he’s so cool and such a free spirit,” Domo told The Deadbolt the next day. “I listen to a lot of different genres and I feel like he’s the same. He doesn’t stick to one type of sound or one type of song selection, he kind of throws out different things.”
Although the other coaches on The Voice didn’t turn around for Domo, automatically landing her a spot on Team Cee Lo, it really didn’t matter. For Domo, things couldn’t have gone down any better.
“I wanted him from the beginning,” Domo added. “I’m so excited that I got him and I’m excited to see where it all goes next.”
How did you feel about Domo’s Blind Audition on The Voice?