'The Voice'ΒΒ Recap: Tessanne Chin, Jacquie Lee And Will Champlin Move On; Alumni Return To Perform
On The Voice’s semifinals results show James Wolpert and Cole Vosbury were eliminated and the show's alumni were on hand to perform live. Seasons four's Michelle Chamuel, Danielle Bradbery and The Swon Brothers performed, as well as season three winner Cassadee Pope.
The Voice Recap: Performances
The Swon Brothers opened the results show with a fun and energetic performance of their country/rock “Later On.”
Chamuel performed next, singing her first single “Go Down Singing.” It was like returning back to last season as Chamuel owned the stage in a powerful performance.
Pope was the next performance, singing a poppy yet melancholy “I Wish I Could Break Your Heart.”
Bradbery performed last, singing “Never Like This" from her album Heart Of Dixie. The famously pitch-perfect teenager was on point, as always.
Season two alumni Jamar Rogers and Chris Mann also made appearances.
Finalists And Eliminations
Host Carson Daly announced first that sadly Team Adam Levine's Wolpert was eliminated and that Tessanne Chin, unsurprisingly, was safe. Christina Aguilera's powerhouse singer Jacquie Lee was saved next, leaving Vosbury and Will Champlin in the bottom two.
Ultimately Champlin's cover of "Carry On" hitting #10 in the iTunes charts pushed him into the finals and Vosbury was eliminated. With Vosbury out of the finals, Blake Shelton’s winning streak is over. Levine or Aguilera will have the winning contestant this season.
The contestants and coaches participated in a goofy holiday-themed confessional. The coaches and contestants danced around and acted out the lyrics to “12 Days Of Christmas," at times forgetting the words.
Tune in Monday at 8:00 for the finals.
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