The Voice Recap 11/30/20: Season 19 Episode 12 “Live Top 17 Performances”

The Voice Recap 11/30/20: Season 19 Episode 12 "Live Top 17 Performances"

Tonight on NBC’s Emmy Award-winning musical competition The Voice airs with an all-new Monday, November 30, 2020, season 19 episode 12 “Live Top 17 Performances,” and we have your The Voice recap right below. On tonight’s The Voice season 19 episode 11 “Live Top 17 Performances” as per the NBC synopsis, “The winner of the four-way knockout is revealed; the remaining top 17 artists perform in front of coaches Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani for their chance at a spot in the top 9.”

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Team Kelly’s Ryan Gallagher had to exit the competition, so the four-way winner is based on the votes received for the three remaining artists; Team Gwen’s Larriah Jackson, Team Legend’s Julia Cooper, and Team Blake’s Taryn Papa. Time to reveal the winner, it is Taryn Papa, she is in the top 17 and performing tonight. Julia and Larriah leave the competition.

Kelly’s team has a mix of R&B and soul with Desz, who is a powerhouse and country singer, Tanner Gomez, Madeline Consoer, and Cami Clune. Kelly says her team is the team to beat in the playoffs and they are awesome.

Desz performs, “What’s Love Got To Do With It,” by Tina Turner.

Coaches Comments: John: “You were like an assassin out there, every single move was like so well calculated. Every run you did, everything you did. It just seemed like you were so intentional with everything you did, so musical and the look. Everything was just right and was thoroughly impressed, so beautiful.” Kelly: “I mean you are everything that Texas women love about Texas women. You are so confident, you are so serious, seductive, and sexy. You are like all things that Texas women want to embody and you have the voice of an angel, but a broken one because of that rasp. I love you Desz and I know you were a four-chair turn, thank you so much for picking me, it was a blessing.”

Madeline Consoer performs, “What If I Never Get Over You,” by Lady Antebellum.

Coaches Comments: Blake: “If I am not mistaken, that is two country songs in a row for you, right? Have you made a decision here, are you going country? You are really good, I am very impressed, great song selection and great genre.” Kelly: “I love you, and she has been country since the blinds. You literally took every note and made a song, you did a fantastic job, and how your voice opens up, you did a fantastic job. You kicked your own but and did a terrific job.”

Tanner Gomez performs, “Lovin’ On You,” by Luke Combs.

Coaches Comments: Kelly: “Oh my I love you so much, you make me so happy and you make me miss honkytonks and hanging out with humans. That was so good, the modulation, everything was your idea and you had great instincts. You have a great time in your singing, you have so much fun, no matter the mood.”

Cami Clune performs, “Never Tear Us Apart,” by INXS.

Judges Comments: Kelly: “You are so cool man, and sexy and thrilling to watch and so talented vocally. It’s like you are your own one-woman show, I would watch you under a spotlight singing a whole setlist. You are so dramatic in a classy cool way and it is so beautiful, thank you for being on my team.”

Gwen’s team has country singer Ben Allen and soul singer Joseph Soul, along with Payge Turner and the youngest contestant on The Voice this season, 14-year-old Rubin Carter.

Payge Turner performs, “It’s Gonna Be Me,” by NSYNC.

Coaches Comments: Gwen: “Payge, you make me look so cool. Honestly, from a distance, I was seeing Prince standing there. Just the guitar, the outfit and your whole vibe, I thought you did a really good job making the song your own but also be familiar at the same time, you didn’t go too far, it was so you and so beautiful and so cool, and I am so proud to be your coach.”

Ben Allen performs, “There Goes My Life,” by Kenny Chesney.

Coaches Comments: Gwen: “I feel really lucky to have you on my team and it was really your idea and you wanted to strip it down and have everyone hear your voice, and you knew exactly what you needed to do at this moment, it was beautiful and it was really nice to hear your voice like that. It was perfectly in tune, you have a distinct style in your voice, very original and I was really proud of you.”

Joseph Soul performs, “How Deep Is Your Love,” by the Bee Gees.

Coaches Comments: Gwen: “I can’t believe it, this is my favorite thing about The Voice. You literally showed a side that no one has seen yet. It was a side that you know you have, your gift really came out tonight, your confidence, everything you know about yourself you showed and it was beautiful, in tune, there was not one thing out of tune, it was crazy. And, what you do so well is go back and forth in all those different styles, it was incredible and I am so proud of you.”

Carter Rubin performs “Hero,” by Enrique Iglesias.

Coaches Comments: Gwen: “I am so honored to get to know you, you are so talented, you just turned fifteen. It is so much fun to watch you shine and be able to know that you are good at that, actually mind-blowing good. I have tears in my eyes, thanks for choosing me, you are inspiring.”

Team Blake members are country artist Jim Ranger, the mother-daughter musical trio Worth The Wait, and a big vocalist, Taryn Papa, NY folk-rocker, Ian Flannigan, and soul singer Sid Kingsley.

Jim Ranger performs, “Rumour,” by Lee Brice.

Coaches Comments: Blake: “I try not to get too far ahead of myself, and I try not to get too excited this early on in the competition, but we only have two more weeks left and I’m going to start getting excited now. Dude, you are unbelievably talented, you deserve to be on the stage. In my heart, I know you are going to be in the finale, let’s win this thing.

Worth The Wait performs, “Love Is Alive,” by Gary White.

Coaches Comments: Blake: “The lives are when you see things happen, people are either going to fall apart or they step up to the next level, and you guys stepped up to the next level. That is the best you have sounded this entire season. I know your mom is up there, but I am going to be a proud parent right now.”

Ian Flannigan performs, “Make You Feel My Love,” by Adele.

Coaches Comments: Blake: “This show is called The Voice, when have you ever heard a voice like that? Recognize it and reward it.”

Taryn Papa performs, “I Hope You Are Happy Now,” by Carly Pearce & Lee Brice.

Coaches Comments: Blake: “I told you the night that I put you in the four-way knock out that you were the artist that I thought could handle that and you proved me right tonight, and I think that America is going to follow you through with that, they are on your side, you sound incredible.”

Sid Kingsley performs, “Beyond,” by Leon Bridges.

Coaches Comments: Blake: “Sid, for the life of me I can’t understand, I am very thankful, but I can’t understand how you ended up on my team after being on two other coach’s teams, you are that unbelievably talented. What an incredible musician, take that and throw it out the window, what an incredible vocalist you are, it is literally unbelievable.”

Team Legend includes Bailey Rae, the first and only country artist to ever appear on Team Legend, and Tamara Jade, John Holiday, and Chloé Hogan.

Tamara Jade performs, “Crazy,” by Gnarls Barkley.

Coaches Comments: John: “What a superstar you are. You just owned the stage, your voice is just magnificent, beautiful and the way you walk around the stage, it’s like you know you are supposed to be here, I am so honored that I get to coach you.”

Chloé Hogan performs, “My Future,” by Billie Eilish.

Coaches Comments: John: “When we were rehearsing, one of the things we talked about, I said you already sound really good but I know when you go away and rehearse on your own, that last 10 or 20 percent that you need to do to make it perfect, is what you are going to do and you did. It was so graceful and tasteful, exactly right for the song. Thank you for being on my team, I love working with you.”

Bailey Rae performs, “Sweet Music Man,” by Kenny Rogers.

Coaches Comments: John: “I have to give an assist to Kelly, when Bailey Rae first joined my team she said she should sing Sweet Music Man, and I love hearing your voice on that song. You sound so perfect, classic, your voice has so much presence and clarity, and it feels so good hearing you sing that. You sound like you belong at this moment.”

John Holiday performs, “Fly Me To The Moon,” Frank Sinatra.

Coaches Comments: John: “You have shown us so much of who you are on this show, jazz, opera, soul. We’ve seen so much of you and you are one of the greatest vocalists that we have seen on this show. So glad I got to work with you, I am so excited for you.”