Finalists Revealed on ‘The Voice’

It’s one of the most brutal night on “The Voice” with the semi finals results – eight artists become the four finalists.

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Host Carson Daly reveals that all eight singers made it on the iTunes top 100 chart with their performances. Four of them…and one of the duets…made it in to the top 10.

Announcing that the finalists are revealed in no particular order, Carson names the first person moving on to the finals…team Alicia’s Chirs Blue! Carson said that Chris had two songs in the top 10 of the iTunes chart last night.

Grammy winning rapper Big Boi joins Adam Levine for a performance of their new collaboration.

In the next results…
…team Blake’s Lauren Duski! Her song “Ghost in This House” made it to the iTunes chart.

After a break the third person moving on to the finals is team Blake’s Aliyah Mouldin!

The group DNCE comes to “The Voice” stage for a performance of their new single “Kissing Strangers”.

In the next results, Carson reveals the three artists who will be singing for the last spot in the finals with the last instant save of the season. Team Adam’s Jesse Larson, team Gwen’s Hunter Plake, and team Gwen’s Brennley Brown will all have to sing for the instant save.

TSoul and Vanessa Ferguson received the lowest number of votes and have been eliminated from the competition.

First up to perform is Brennley Brown with “Warrior”.

Next up was Hunter Plake with “Love Runs Out”.

Last up for the instant save performance was Jesse Larson with “Tennessee Whiskey”. Noting that Jesse is a guitar player who sings, Adam said that if Jesse makes it into the finale, he will be the first one chair turn to make it in the finals.

And the final person moving on to the fianls on “The Voice” is Jesse Larson – the first one chair turn to make it in the finals!


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