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 four contestants will move on to compete next week in the semi-final round. Did you watch last night’s show when the Top 6 performed? We did and we recapped it here for you!
On last night’s show while nearly all of America took last weekend to reflect, give thanks and relax, the six remaining singers of The Voice were anything but idle. Tessanne Chin, Matthew Schuler, James Wolpert, Will Champlin, Jacquie Lee and Cole Vosbury and their coaches spent the holiday weekend getting ready for last ngiht. There are no second chances: it was sing to your true potential or go home. On last night’s show each artist performed two songs – with each song figuring in the critical choice of who will succeed to next week’s semifinals.
We conducted a poll today and there are three way people at the top of the poll. 26.59% of our viewers think Matthew Schuler will be sent home tonight with 38.24% of the votes. Coming in second is James Wolpert 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.
Also on tonight’s show Coach Blake Shelton, Xenia and multi-platinum artist Kelly Clarkson will perform. Blake will sing the holiday classic “Silver Bells” with Xenia, who was a popular member of his team during season one of “The Voice.” Clarkson will sing “Underneath the Tree” from her just released Christmas album “Wrapped in Red.”
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 kick off the show with a recap of all the performances from last night; how the contestants had a song of their choice and one chosen by their coach to sing.
Now is Kelly Clarkson singing “Underneath The Tree” from her latest Christmas album.
Adam says that he is so lucky to have his three artists with him still and hopes they can stay together much longer. CeeLo says that last night everyone was equally amazing but Tessanne did an amazing job last night. Christina says that she has to be prepared for the best and worst; she thinks she has coached her team well enough for what happens. She knows she has the greatest fans out there and hopes that they help her team move on; Matthew and Jaquie mean a lot to her. Blake says it doesn’t matter how many artists are left in the competition because it only takes one to win and Cole will surely win it all.
Next up is Jaquie, Tessanne and Matthew are performing on stage with the song “Sometimes You Got To Love”.
James says that if America votes him through it would mean the world to him if he could move on and keep doing what he loves. The first artist who is safe and in the top 5 semi-finals next week is Jaquie Lee.
Now we have Blake Shelton with his season one artist Xena singing “Silver Bells”. The next artist moving on to the top 5 is Cole Vosbury.
Next is Cole, James and Will; they are singing “More Than Words”. Moving on to the semi-finals is Tessanne Chin.
Next up is our top 6 with a Christmas performance. America saved Will Champlin and he is now in the top 5. Matthew Schuler and James Wolpert are now in the bottom two.
Adam says that if they save Jame then he already knows what song he wants to do with him and wants to continue being his coach; he knows that he is one of the best singers he has ever worked with. Christina says that they all smashed there buttons for Matthew and that his magic does not end here.
America has decided to save James Wolpert; Matthew Schuler is going home.