The Voice Recap 12/13/21: Season 21 Episode 25 “Live Finale, Part 1”

The Voice Recap 12/13/21: Season 21 Episode 25 "Live Finale, Part 1"

Tonight on NBC’s Emmy Award-winning musical competition The Voice airs with an all-new Tuesday, December 13, 2021, season 21 episode 25 “Live Finale, Part 1,” and we have your The Voice recap right below. On tonight’s The Voice season 21 episode 20 “The Top 5 artists perform a ballad and an up-tempo song in front of coaches Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, Ariana Grande and Blake Shelton to compete for the title of “The Voice.” Kelly performs her latest single from her holiday album.”

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Tonight’s The Voice episode begins with Carson Daley saying that there are five finalists and they will each sing twice; a ballad that will dedicated to someone and an up tempo song to showcase who they are.

First up tonight is Hailey Mia from Team Kelly and she will be singing “Déjà Vu” by Olivia Rodrigo which Kelly says showcases all of her talent.

Coaches Comments: Ariana: “I am so proud of you, that was so much fun. I love when you are singing big ballads and you show of your voice. This was so incredible, this was so great, the energy was so appropriate. It was a great direction for you as an artist, this is your show and I am honored that you were on my team.” John: “I am impressed with how in control you are in this moment. You are so in control of your voice and your demeanor, you sing like you are supposed to be there. We always harp on your age but it is really remarkable how young you are and how impressive you are. I am so impressed with you.” Kelly: “It was so great, the whole goal was to do something that you have never done before. The staging was cool, your attitude was cool. So glad you are on my team.”

Paris Winningham from Team Blake is singing a ballad to his father, “Me And Mrs. Jones,” by Kenny Gamble.

Coaches Comments: Ariana: “I love you so much, I don’t even know where to start. I always love your performances, that was a gorgous performance. I can watch that for hours, I can’t wait for your album and your tour, I am such a big fan of yours.” John: “You are such a classic soul vocalist, it oozes from you. I love how you can go from smooth and silky to revving it up and reaching those high powerful raspy notes too. You are gifted artist.” Blake: “It’s the sneak attack that you have, you sound cool and then you just smack us in the face. You just raked in millions of votes and millions of tickets to concerts that you haven’t even booked yet.

Girl Named Tom, the trio from team Kelly, sing “The Chain,” by Fleetwood Mac.

Coaches Comments: Blake: “I still think you guys are country whether you realize it or not, I’m saying it and putting the flag in the ground. Great job, you took it one step beyond, you sounded perfect with a little edge.” Kelly: “Oh my gosh, what a moment to do this song, it was perfect for the finale. Everyone is in love with you sound, your vibe and excited about you going back on the road. What an amazing thing to do as a family, thank you for picking me and not Blake.”

Jershika Maple from team Legend is dedicating “I’m Going Down,” by Mary J. Blige to her church community.

Coaches Comments: Kelly: “I am such an idiot, you are the one that got away. You made that look so easy and that is not easy, your voice is insane.” John: “So powerful, so soulful, such an amazing singer, you are a privledge and joy and I am so fortunate that I have gotten to work with you, thank you Kelly. I am so proud of you.”

Team Blake’s Wendy Moten is singing “How Will I Know,” by Whitney Houston.

Coaches Comments: Ariana: “I can’t, you do this to me every week, I don’t know how to talk to you. I don’t even know where to start. Do you know how insane it is to sing Whitney that well. How is that even possible? You are an insane vocalist, it’s remarkable.” Blake: “I am at a loss, after all these weeks talking to you, after all the things you do I am running out of great things to say. And then, you go and do something like that. That is one of the greatest live vocal performances that I have ever heard. America, this is your winner.”

The youngest in this competition, Hailey Mia from team Kelly is singing “Was I Made From A Broken Mold,” by Billie Eilish to young people everywhere.

Coaches Comments: John: “You have been so good throughout this competition but I think that is my favorite performance from you. I loved how you had moments that you reminded us of Billie, she is a brilliant artists, and this is a beautiful song, but I love the edge and the twists you put on this song, your tone was rich, I loved every little turn your voice took, that was gorgeous.” Kelly: “You are just dripping tone, how round it is, the breaks in it, the attitude, all of it. You are such an amazing story teller. You are the one in this competition who has gron every week and I can’t wait to see where you go.”

Paris Winnningham from team Blake performs again, and this time with “Ain’t Nobody,” by Chaka Khan.

Coaches Comments: Kelly: “You have the perfect balance of power and strength. Your vocals are always insane. You are so talented, so good.” Blake: “I played the part of Paris in my brain movie, this guy deserves to win this show also.”

Girl Named Tom’s special dedication is to each other, “Baby, Now That I’ve Found You,” by Allison Kraus.

Coaches Comments: Ariana: “That was so stunning as always. The most thrilling thing for me to see is your growth as individual vocalists.” Kelly: “It’s insane, we love big huge voices, but this performance was crazy beautiful, angelic. It was just a flawless performance, congratulations and good luck with your career.”

Jershika Maple from team Legend is singing a song that has a lot of fight in it, “Rolling in the Deep,” by Adele.

Coaches Comments: John: “Oh my God, what a performance. There are plenty of excellent singers on this show but there is nobody like you. The combination of you being so technically good, but so soulful and so good.”

Wendy Moten is dedicating her next song to Memphis and Nashville, she is singing “Over The Rainbow,” by Judy Garland.

Coaches Comments: John: “I just don’t think I have seen anyone with a gift like you have, your voice is so flawless and perfect.” Blake: “John is right, we have never seen anything like you on this stage in twenty one seasons. This is world class talent, this may never happen again.”