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The Voice returned this week with the top 10 finalists set to perform. Coaches Shakira an Coach Usher are both down to two team members each following the elimination of Vedo and Garrett Gardner in last week’s competition. Coaches Blake and Coach Adam went into the week with three team members each.
Before kicking off the night of live performances, Adam Levine and Maroon 5 took the stage. The Voice coach and his band promoted the group’s new album. Singer Holly Tucker was first to sing a Christian hymn, “How Great Thou Art.” Tucker was great and should be sticking around for a while. Up next was Judith Hill, who sang Michael Jackson’s “The Way You Make Me Feel” followed by the Swon Brothers, who took on “How Country Feels.” All three were solid, but the trio didn’t seem to show any improvement or diversity this week. They appeared to be playing it safe and sticking to the same song choices.
Fortunately, Amber Carrington hit the stage next, singing “Breakaway” by Kelly Clarkson. Carrington’s rendition managed to break up the lull in the show as did Sasha Allen’s “Next To Me.” Both ladies were fabulous with Alan’s only weak point the loud band in the backdrop.
The remainder of Monday night’s episode featured a lackluster performance by Josiah Hawley who sang Coldplay’s “Clocks”, an upbeat Danielle Bradberry and Khris Thomas performing an awkward version of Miguel’s “Adorn”. Saving the best for last, Sarah Simmons closed the episode with Jessie J’s “Mama Knows Best.”
By Tuesday there was a nervous energy in the air with the top 10 awaiting their fate. The results show featured two more singers set to be voted out of the competition. Coach Blake Shelton opened the show with a tribute to the victims of the Oklahoma tornado. Shelton was joined by his wife, Miranda Lambert. As the count down began Host Carson Daly announced who was safe, two at a time, in between songs performed by all the coaches with their team members. Usher and his team, as well as Blake Shelton’s country crowd pulled off the best collaborations of the night.
By the end of the show Josiah Hawley, the Swon brothers and Kris Thomas were left standing without saves. Hawley and Thomas were declared this week’s acts to be sent home after America voted. It was a sad night for Hawley, who seemed somewhat surprised while Thomas took the elimination well. The Voice will return next week on Monday and Tuesday night.
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