BY Andrew Meola , Mstarz reporter | May 31, 2013 12:10 PM EDT
Judtih Hill sat down with Rolling Stone in an interview published online Thursday and discussed her shocking elimination from Season 4 of "The Voice" on Tuesday.
Hill was one of two members of Team Adam Levine, along with Sarah Simmons, to get the boot on Tuesday's results show. She made it to the Top 8 before her journey came to an end.
Hill was actually Michael Jackson's duet partner on his infamous This Is It tour, his last before he died in 2009. She also sang at his memorial service.
Here are some of the highlights from her interview with the music magazine:
On if the elimination shocked her:
"I had such a blast during Monday night's performance (of will.i.am's '#thatpower'). I felt like it was really the first time I could let my hair down. I was really happy I got to do that, so I went into Tuesday's elimination more confident and feeling like, 'OK, I gave a great performance last night.' So, yeah, it kind of took me by surprise."
On Adam Levine's "I hate this country" comment:
"Adam is a very passionate guy. I think he was just speaking in the moment with the frustration of Sarah and I leaving. I don't think he meant it literally. It was just that Team Adam took a really hard hit."
On who she thinks will win Season 4:
"Oh man, at this point, anything can happen, as you can see. Michelle (Chamuel), Danielle (Bradbery), Sasha (Allen)...but really anyone could win. Amber (Carrington). It's hard to say. All of them are great."
The full interview is available here.
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