While Levine summed up the soulful singer's performance with a simple “Wow,” Cyrus offered “Amazing,” and Shelton compared him to Kelsey Grammer's title character from Frasier, Hudson remained open-mouthed and speechless.
“Somebody gotta be standing behind you,” she finally declared, getting up on her feet.
“No offense, because you’re brilliant, [but] you’re like the whitest dude,” piped in a puzzled Levine. “I’m questioning the whole world right now.”
However, Levine couldn’t continue expressing his bewilderment as Shelton was still stuck on reminiscing over the NBC sitcom.
“You remember that episode of Frasier where you had…” he teased with a cheeky grin.
But it was back to business when the spotlight returned to Hudson, who remained so blown away by Holliday’s talent that she insisted they sing something together.
The pair then belted out a gospel tune, with Hudson even jumping out of her seat to join Holliday on stage.