‘The Voice Top 8’: Which Four Will Score?

It’s arguably one of the biggest nights of The Voice season. After getting down to a Top 12, the show has slowed the chopping block a bit recently allowing audiences to fully get behind their remaining favorites. But all that goes out the window tonight as the field is cut from eight to four, with the final four getting a chance to battle it out for The Voice crown next week. So who will move on? Let’s revisit Monday’s performances: Continue reading “‘The Voice Top 8’: Which Four Will Score?”

The Voice Top 10: ‘Jesus,’ ‘God’ + a ‘Million Reasons’ to Stay Tuned

And then there were 10… After last week’s farewell to Darby Walker, The Voice is finally down to a rather strong final 10 competitors for the current season crown. If you’re thinking it’s time for some divine intervention for the remaining vocalists, you’ll be pleasantly surprised. Let’s take a look at how the night went down. Continue reading “The Voice Top 10: ‘Jesus,’ ‘God’ + a ‘Million Reasons’ to Stay Tuned”

‘The Voice’ Top 20: The First Cuts are the Deepest

Oh the carnage! It’s cutting time at The Voice! So far, the singers have passed the Blind Auditions, the battled it out in back-to-back rounds to advance to the live shows. But by the end of the night 20 will become 12 as each of the four teams loses two members. And pulling the band-aid right off, this year’s round of 20 allows for live voting as the show goes on, meaning that there’s no waiting for a full night of results (or even a West Coast airing) before it’s time for some vocalists to say their farewells. So let’s get down to it and see who’s left. Continue reading “‘The Voice’ Top 20: The First Cuts are the Deepest”

‘The Voice’ Knockout Rounds, Night 2: Going Deep, Ranking High

After sending some of The Voice competitions top vocalists onto the live shows, the coaches are back for Round 2 of the Knockout Rounds. But with it being an hour show, we only see three battles this evening, with Teams Blake, Adam and Alicia all sending vocalists forward. So, without further adieu, let’s get into our recap. Continue reading “‘The Voice’ Knockout Rounds, Night 2: Going Deep, Ranking High”

Hello From ‘The Voice’ Battle Rounds, Night 1

The Blind Auditions are over, The Voice teams are full, but it’s already time to start cutting down and we start with the first night of the Battle Rounds. During Monday’s performances, there were two Battles from Teams Alicia and Adam, while Teams Miley and Blake only had one competing duo apiece. Let’s see how it went. Continue reading “Hello From ‘The Voice’ Battle Rounds, Night 1”

‘The Voice’ Before The Battles: A Handicapper’s Guide

Congrats! You got chosen for The Voice, but just making the show is only half the battle and the number of competitors will nearly be cut in half by the time the Battle Rounds are done. So after the Blind Auditions, let’s take a look at each team and which singers should shape the competition as the year continues. Continue reading “‘The Voice’ Before The Battles: A Handicapper’s Guide”

The Voice Blind Auditions, Night 1: Riley Elmore, Ali Caldwell + Gabe Broussard Turn Heads + Chairs

It’s a new season of The Voice with a pair of brand new coaches eager to make their mark and a wealth of fresh talent ready to put their vocal talents to the test. The season technically began almost a month ago with a post Olympics preview and two artists being snatched up. From that moment, we could tell that Miley Cyrus and Alicia Keys were serious threats to the long-running reign of Blake Shelton and Adam Levine, as each of the newbies were well versed in salesmanship and aggressively competing to snap up Darby Walker and We McDonald. But the longtime vets have a proven track record of success on the show and grooming talent that is not to be overlooked. So with that, let’s get a look at which new voices ended up with which coaches: Continue reading “The Voice Blind Auditions, Night 1: Riley Elmore, Ali Caldwell + Gabe Broussard Turn Heads + Chairs”