I gotta admit that with Wang Feng being Na Ying’s coach, I thought I was going to get blown away by everyone’s performances, but seems like expectations were too high. Plus, YouTube cockblocking my watching.
Since Wang Feng was there to coach too, all of the arrangments had a lot (or, at least, a little) to do with some aspect of rock — be it rock & roll or plain rock (except for Zhang Yu Xia’s battle) — so, in the end, there was a lot of A-Mei being played and there was some extra Wang Feng going on too.
Anyway, there were only a couple of standout performances, and considering my favorites on Na Ying’s team from the beginning were Zhang Wei (å¼ çŽ®)  and Zhang Yu Xia (å¼µçŽ‰éœž) , I am rather ecstatic and sad. Super elated for the fact that Zhang Wei has a very good chance of being the Top4 (and may very well be the winner), and sad because Zhang Yu Xia — despite her flawless The LegendÂ (ä¼ å¥‡)Â performance in a battle vs. Li Min (æŽæ•) — couldn’t advance any further. T_T
But, DUDE! The Zhang Wei and Ge Yu Sen (æŒæµ´æ£®) battle doing A-Mei’s Three Days and Three Nights (ä¸‰å¤©ä¸‰ å¤œ)Â was great~ Like, couldn’t pick between the two, and I was almost siding with Ge Yu Sen, but would have been perfectly content if either of those two won.
Of course, only one of them could move forward, giving us a close to brilliant bit of Michael Jackson’s Black or White. Zhang Wei’s got such a tone of voice that it almost sounded as good, pristine and high as MJ. MJ would be proud… and awfully amused.
Also, I never EVER noticed, but Wang Feng has such Coca Cola bottle glasses. LOL