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The Voice” live shows kick off tonight at 8 p.m. Eastern time which means it’s time to vote for your favorite contestants!
Voting can be done via “The Voice” official app or on the NBC website. Voting is open until 7 a.m. Eastern time on Tuesday, November 9. Viewers can vote for each artist up to ten times. You must sign up to vote with an email address or through Facebook.
Twenty contestants will perform tonight and only thirteen will make it past this round. The results of the voting will be revealed on Tuesday, November 9.
What will each contestant on ‘The Voice’ sing tonight? Follow along for live coverage below. The rest of this article will be updated as tonight’s episode of ‘The Voice’ airs.
First up tonight were the contestants of Team Kelly Clarkson. The sibling act “Girl Named Tom” performed Creep by Radiohead, Katie Rae sang “Stormy Weather” by Ethel Waters, and Gymani chose to sing “Say Something” by A Great Big World. Blake Shelton told Gymani, “I have no doubt that you’re gonna be moving on (in the competition).”
Next up from Team Kelly was Jeremy Rosado singing “When I Was Your Man” by Bruno Mars and 14-year-old Hailey Mia performing “Traitor” by Olivia Rodrigo.
We predict that young Hailey Mia will be among the top vote-getters from her team this week. Her song choice showed off her voice and personality and no doubt resonated with the young voters. Girl Named Tom is also likely to be a fan favorite.
Next up were the contestants of Team Legend: Shadale, Joshua Vacanti, Jershika Maple, Samuel Harness, and David Vogel.
Shadale sang “Love on the Brain” by Rihanna and Joshua Vacanti performed “You and I” by Lady Gaga. Ariana Grande joked that she’ll never be able to forgive Legend for blocking her from getting Joshua on her team.
Jershika Maple performed “Beggin” by Macdon. Jershika was previously on Team Kelly before Legend stole her. “I’m going on the record. The worst decision I’ve ever made was letting you leave my team,” Clarkson told Jershika.
Samuel Harness sang “So Sick” by Ne-Yo and David Vogel accompanied himself on the guitar while singing “Slow Burn” by Kacey Musgraves. Grande told Vogel that as she watched him, she knew that performing is something he’s going to be doing forever.
We predict that Jershika Maple’s flawless performance and Joshua Vacanti’s unique sound will place them at the top of their teams after tonight’s vote.
First up from Team Ariana was Racquel Trinidad singing “Don’t Know Why” by Norah Jones. Grande complimented Raquel on her decision to pick a song that showed a different side of her and gushed about how proud she was of her.
Father and son duo Jim and Sasha Allen performed “Hey Jude” by The Beatles with Jim Allen playing keys. John Legend complimented Sasha for bringing out the “rockstar energy” in his performance. Grande complimented Sasha for singing through a bout of laryngitis he’s been experiencing, saying that no one would even know he was sick.
Bella DeNapoli sang a dreamy, slowed-down version of “Sweet Escape,” by none other than former “The Voice” coach and Blake Shelton’s wife – Gwen Stefani. “I’m dying for Gwen to hear this,” Shelton told her, joking that his wife might have to add Bella to the copyright since she made the song her own.
Ryleigh Plank performed “I’m Your Baby Tonight” by Whitney Houston. Singing Whitney Houston is always a huge undertaking, but Grande told Ryleigh she “trusts her implicitly” when it comes to her song choices because she’s just that good.
Finally, Holly Forbes sang “Torn” by Natalie Imbruglia, who was also formerly on Team Kelly. “You and Jershika are killing me tonight,” Clarkson told Holly.
We predict that of Team Ariana, Jim and Sasha Allen have the best odds of moving on to the top 13.
First up from Team Blake was Peedy Chavis singing “Proud Mary” by Creedence Clearwater Revival. Blake Shelton said that his mom texted him before Peedy even sang and said, “I’m voting for Peedy.”
Libianca performed “Woman” by Doja Cat. Shelton said he wants the viewers at home to know that Libianca isn’t just a great singer, she’s incredibly connected to every song she sings which is why she’s able to deliver such great performances.
Paris Winningham sang “I Wish It Would Rain” by The Temptations. Paris was previously on Team Legend but Shelton used his only steal of the Knockouts on him. Kelly Clarkson threw her shoes at Paris, which Carson Daly reminded the audience is a sign of respect according to former coach Jennifer Hudson. Shelton thanked God for “the moment of temporary deafness and insanity” that Legend must have experienced to let Paris go.
Lana Scott chose to sing “Next Girl” by Carly Pearce. Shelton told Lana that he had put a heavy burden on her shoulders, saying she was the only country artist left in the competition but that she was ready for it. “We need you in country music. We need you on the radio for country music right now,” Shelton told Lana.
Last but certainly not least was Wendy Moten with “I Will Always Love You.” Shelton said that of all the artists he’s worked with over the past 21 seasons, he wants a victory for Wendy more than he’s ever wanted it for anyone. “You deserve this,” he told her.
It’s hard to say who from Team Blake will get the most votes. Peedy Chavis and Lana Scott will likely be popular with Shelton’s fan base but Paris Winnginham and Wendy Moten’s performances were perhaps the best received by the coaches.
Find out who goes home tomorrow night at 8 p.m. Eastern time on NBC.
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