Juliet Simms comes oh, so close on 'The Voice'
No one is taking anything away from Juliet Simms today following the season finale of The Voice, in which she finished a narrow second to soul man Jermaine Paul.
For a second there, it looked like she might become the first Tampa Bay musician to win a reality TV competition, and it would have been a big one at that. In the end, she proved her mighty metal mettle, and has set herself up for a nice career as a solo artist. Much as Meg and Dia became simply Dia Frampton after the first season of The Voice, Automatic Loveletter is now simply Juliet Simms. And the world should be just fine with that.
For more on Simms' runner-up finish on The Voice, click here for Eric Deggans' story.