The top 10 artists take the stage for live performances on tonight’s episode of ‘The Voice’! Follow along with our live blog for timely updates!
We’re officially down to the top 10 on The Voice! During last week’s elimination show (Tuesday, November 27), Lynnea Moore (Team Kelly), The Comeback Stage artist, was sent home after America saved Team Adam’s DeAndre Nico. As for who is safe? — The official top 10 includes: Team Blake’s Dave Fenley, Chris Kroeze, and Kirk Jay; Team Adam’s Reagan Strange and DeAndre Nico; Team Kelly’s Chevel Shepherd, Kymberli Joye, and Sarah Grace; Team Jennifer’s MaKenzie Thomas and Kennedy Holmes;
Tonight, the top 10 will take the stage for the continue portion of the last leg of the competition — The Live Broadcasts. As you may know, the artists will continue to perform a song (live) each week, and be narrowed down through America’s votes until a season 15 winner is crowned. The two contestants with the lowest number of votes will be sent home.
Kennedy Holmes (Team Jennifer): She kicked off the night with an epic rendition of “Me Too” by Meghan Trainor. She turned her performance up a notch by singing and dancing. The coaches were in awe. “You never disappoint,” Jennifer Hudson said.
Reagan Strange (Team Adam): The 14-year-old hit the stage to belt out “Cry” by Faith Hill. Her voice sounded incredible. Blake Shelton told her that she did a “great job” and admitted he’s still upset over Reagan not picking him as her coach. “I’m still not over that,” he said.
Sarah Grace (Team Kelly): The 16-year-old blues singer pulled out all the stops for this week’s performance by playing the trumpet. It was an idea that Kelly said was all Sarah Grace. She added that it was the coolest idea she’s been presented during her time on the show. Sarah Grace put a completely different spin on her rendition of “Amazing Grace”. Per usually, Sarah Grace shut it down with her performance. The trumpet solo at the end of the song solidified her spot in the competition, and the judges praised her.
Kymberli Joye (Team Kelly): The Gospel singer picked “Oceans (Where My Feet May Fail”) by Hillsong United, because it’s about faith. This is for anybody who feels like they’re struggling to keep their heads above water,” she said. Kelly said she wants to take things from an eight to a 10 — which depends on Kymberli “being emotional enough.” Kelly admitted that Kymberli nailed her challenge with her ability to touch people with her voice. And, the judges followed suit!
Chris Kroeze (Team Blake): The country rocker is someone Blake is an extreme fan of… he’s almost like a son to him. He performed the most near perfect rendition of “Callin’ Baton Rouge” by The Oak Ridge Boys. Blake was almost in tears after — he literally had no words. “I’m so proud,” he was able to say. It really was a special moment.
Dave Fenley Team Blake): The country soft rock singer performed “When You Say Nothing At All” by Alison Krauss, and it might have been his most emotional performance of the entire competition.
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