Who Got Voted Off The Voice Tonight 11/26/13?

Who Got Voted Off The Voice Tonight 11/26/13?

Tonight on NBC is an all new episode of THE VOICE. On tonight’s elimination show America will vote to eliminate two artists and the remaining six contestants will move on to compete next week. Did you watch last night’s show when the Top 8 performed? We did and we recapped it here for you!

Last night, the top 8 talented artists: Cole Vosbury, Jacquie Lee, Tessanne Chin, Matthew Schuler, Caroline Pennell, James Wolpert and Ray Boudreaux fought off nerves, fatigue and countless distractions as they each sang for survival and a place in the Top 6.

We conducted a poll today and there are three way people at the top of the poll.  26.59% of our viewers think either Caroline Pennell will be sent home tonight, 22.54 Ray Boudreaux and Matthew Schuler with 16.8% of the vote.  It is still a close race and hard to predict.   If you have not voted in our poll there is still time, GO HERE!

On tonight’s show the voting results are revealed – and America makes an instant save to determine the final choice for the Top 6.  The Voice and Twitter are combining forces once again to give viewers and fans of the competition show a chance to instantly save their favorite artists from elimination.  The “Instant Save” will take place live tonight.

Tonight’s “Results Show” is going to be an exciting one, which you won’t want to miss. So be sure to tune in for our live coverage of NBC’s The Voice – tonight at 9PM EST! While you wait for our recap, hit the comments and let us know what you have thought of Season 5 of The Voice, so far!

RECAP: We now get a recap of our top 8 last night and the amazing performances they delivered; tonight two more will be eliminated from the competition to find our top 6 who will be battling next week.

Kicking off the show is Ellie Golding singing “Burn” with Will Champlin, James Wolpert and Matthew Schuler.

Adam says that he feels really strong tonight and that he has a really great team; but he would feel sad if anything negative happened tonight. CeeLo says that he is very proud of Caroline and that nobody can’t argue the fact of her talent; she is the underdog. Christina says that they have so many great places to go and would be so sad to see anyone go tonight because of how hard the push themselves. Blake says that it’s hard to know what will happen tonight but he believes that the 8 artists are all talented and none of them really deserve to go home; but he hopes they aren’t in his group.

Tessanne says that from the very beginning Adam has been such an amazing coach who has shown so much dedication to help her; she hold him the highest regards.

Tonight the first artist who is safe and moving on to next weeks live show is Will Champlin.

We now have our top 8 artists performing with each other on stage.

Matthew says that he can’t thank Christina enough for helping him become so versatile; he finds her passion is very inspirational and is blessed to be with her.

The next artist moving on to the final 6 is Cole Vosbury.

Next up is CeeLo Green singing “White Power” on stage.

The next artist moving on to the next top 6 live show is Jaquie Lee. The top 8 are once again are singing all together on stage singing a song by One Republic.

The next artist moving on to the top 6 live show is Tessanne Chin; also moving to the top 6 is James Wolpert.

Blake asks for America to give Ray another chance; he really deserves to be here. CeeLo says that Caroline has been so brave and has offered so much of herself; she deserves to see it through to the end with her talent. Christina says that she really doesn’t understand why Matthew is in the bottom three but she believes in him so much; he puts his heart and soul in his music, she wants to see more if him.

Now it’s the final three and fans are on Twitter saving who they want; Adam says that he is surprised Matthew is in the bottom three and he hopefully gets saved because his performances have touched him in a wonderful way. The last person moving on to the top 6 is Matthew Schuler; Caroline Pennel and Ray Boudreu are sadly going home.