The Voice Recap 11/17/20: Season 19 Episode 9 “The Knockouts Premiere”

The Voice Recap 11/17/20: Season 19 Episode 9 "The Knockouts Premiere"

Tonight on NBC’s Emmy Award-winning musical competition The Voice airs with an all-new Monday, November 17, 2020, season 19 episode 9 “The Knockouts Premiere,” and we have your The Voice recap right below. On tonight’s The Voice season 19 episode 9 “The Knockouts Premiere” as per the NBC synopsis, “The “Knockouts Rounds” begin and the artists will be paired against a teammate once more, but this time they will each select their own song to perform individually while their direct competitor watches and waits. The coaches alone will choose the winner from their team to advance to the live shows.”

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Usher is the mentor this evening. The first knockout is between Tamara Jade singing ‘Higher Ground and Casmè singing “Wrecking Ball.”

Judges Comments: Gwen: “Casmè, it was beautiful and it had passion, it’s like I saw the song in a whole new way. Tamara, your voice is so ridiculous, it isn’t fair. I don’t know how you pick between the talent, but I thought Tamara was shining just a little bit brighter.” Kelly: “Tamara, I would not know your album at all and I would just come to your concert because your personality just jumps out. I was having the best time ever. Casmè, you’re amazing and I love you and I feel like you could sing anything.” Blake: “Casmè, I feel like you have been in Gwen’s closet. You finished better than you started and Tamara had a death grip on the whole thing.” John: “Casmè, I think it was a risk singing this song, you express yourself in a beautiful way. Tamara, I felt the mission in your voice that is what made it so special.”

The winner of this knockout is Tamara.

The second knockout is between Payge Turner singing “Creep,” and Ryan Berg singing, “Makin’ Me Look Good Again.”

Judges Comments: Kelly: “I don’t even know what happened, that was so good. And then Ryan, you’re incredible, you are really good, the dynamics were perfect and you are both incredible.” Blake: “Urban Cowboy and Saturday Night Fever. Ryan, you continue to surprise people because you don’t look how you sound, you sound like a beast. Payge, we just witnessed an out of body experience, you truly dissected that song.” John: “Ryan, your tone is very gentle, but it is also raspy and rough. Payge, I was utterly stunned by your delivery, I have to side with you.” Gwen: “Payge, every single thing each one of these coaches are saying to you, we talked about. Ryan, your inner weirdness came out, you know who you are.”

The winner of this knockout is Payge.

Team Blake is next, Ben Allen will be singing “The Best Of Me,” and Worth The Wait will be singing, “Delta Dawn.”

Judges Comments: John: “Ben you are so good and you have been good every round, it is consistently good. Worth The Wait, easily this is your best performance. Starting acapella, you won this round.” Gwen: “I feel excited for America, the kids who have never heard a song like that, a family singing together, that was so great. Ben, that was the favorite of my performances.” Kelly: “Ben, what we all know of you is that you are so great, no one is concerned about you faltering in any way. Ladies, you all compliment each other so well, the blend.” Blake: “Ben, classic country voice just knock it right out of the park every time. Worth The Wait, it works well your voices together.”

The winner of this knockout is Worth The Wait. Gwen steals Ben.