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  1. IndyMom78

    The Voice - Season 15 Show Recaps

    Tonight, the finalists will perform their final songs for your votes! Chris Kroeze is up first from Team Blake and Carson sits down and discusses his journey so far. Chris is going to perform Sweet Home Alabama by Lynyrd Skynyrd. He says this is just a fun song to sing and Blake says this is the most important iconic rock song of all time. Chris says he’s grateful to be at this point. Chris takes the stage for his performance. Chris gets an ovation from all four coaches. Kelly says she doesn’t play guitar, but his guitar skills are off the chart and Adam said Chris was amazing and she agrees. Adam says he is a legit, amazing guitar player. Blake says Chris’s journey on the show has been a lot of fun to watch and be a part of and he has stayed the course and he connects with the audience. We’re going to continue with Chevel Shepherd and she’s going to put her stamp on a classic. Carson sits down with Chevel to discuss her journey. Chevel is going to perform It’s a Little Too Late by Tanya Tucker. Kelly says Chevel could take country music by storm. Chevel takes the stage to perform. Adam says he’s not sure what he can say anymore because she’s so great. He says she has a classic voice and it’s so big and powerful. She’s amazing. Kelly says she loves her and she’s so excited. She loved this song for her and she thinks she did a great job with it. Kirk Jay is up next with his original song Defenseless. Blake says this song is perfect for him and his voice will stand out and people will get the message. We see Kirk in the studio recording the song and discussing the song with Blake. Blake says Kirk is who he is and that’s what he respects about him and he knows America will love this as much as he does. Kirk takes the stage for his performance. Jennifer says he belongs in this industry and he is a true country artist. Jennifer says he made her a country fan and she’ll buy every album he puts out. Blake says he loves Kirk. Blake says the most important thing he can talk about is what he just heard from Jennifer, and that’s that he made her a country fan. Blake says he wants to be the first to say welcome to the country music family. He’s the real deal. Kennedy Holmes is next and she’s going to perform her first original called Love is Free. We see her in the studio with Jennifer discussing the song. Jennifer says she sings just like a professional and she is so proud of her and she can’t wait to see her do even greater things. Kennedy takes the stage for her performance. Kelly says she loves the 90s vibe and she says the song sounded like Kennedy and she’s so happy for her. Jennifer says she loves that Kennedy is taking control of her artistry and it’s so amazing to see her process and how she works. She was made to be right where she is. Blake and Kirk are going to do a duet and they are going to perform You Look So Good In Love by George Strait. They take the stage for their performance. All three coaches are on their feet for the performance. Kennedy and Jennifer are ready for their duet and they are going to sing Home by Stephanie Mills. They take the stage for their performance. They also get an ovation from the three coaches. Carson is moving on and reminding us about tomorrow’s finale show. We then move on to Chris Kroeze and see him preparing for his original song called Human. Chris says this is a cool message and Blake says the message of this song is perfect for right now. Chris takes the stage for his performance. Jennifer says between Chris and Kirk, she’s going to have a country playlist and his voice is its own thing and it makes him special. Blake says his voice trust is its own thing and you can’t really put him in one category and hearing this song gave everyone a glimpse of who Chris is. Kelly and Chevel are going to perform their duet Rockin’ With the Rhythm of the Rain by The Judds. They take the stage for their performance. They also get an ovation. It’s time for Blake and Chris’s duet. They are going to sing Two More Bottles of Wine by Delbert McClinton. They take the stage for their performance. They get an ovation and the duets are all completed. Kirk Jay is ready to perform his final song. Carson sits down to discuss Kirk’s journey. He is going to perform I Won’t Let Go by Rascal Flatts. Blake says this is Kirk returning to where he started. Kirk takes the stage for his performance. Adam says that is a hard song to sing and it’s crazy and it’s a testament to his ability as a vocalist and he’s a fan of what he does. He says he has a voice stands out and he thinks that is the most valuable thing to have as a singer and he’s proud of him and he’s amazing. Blake says Adam is right, the instant he starts singing you know it’s Kirk. He says he can’t say how valuable that is as an artist in any genre. Chevel Shepherd is in the studio with Kelly recording her original song, Broken Hearts. Kelly says this showcases her classic voice, but is still contemporary enough to get people on board. Chevel takes the stage for her performance. Adam loves that song and she’s still great. He adores simple, straight forward performances like that and she has a voice that is instantly identifiable. He says he adores her and she looks and sounded beautiful. Kelly says she loved this song and she thinks she’s such a magical being and it’s so special for what she represents for women in country music. Kennedy Holmes is our final performer of the night. Carson sits with Kennedy to discuss her journey on the show. Kennedy is going to perform Confident by Demi Lovato. Jennifer thinks this is a great song for her to perform. Jennifer says Kennedy is the total package and she’s definitely someone she could hear on the radio right now. She is a star! Kennedy takes the stage for her performance. She gets an ovation from all the judges. Jennifer says she hasn’t ever had any steps like that and she thought Beyonce was up there.
  2. IndyMom78

    The Voice - Season 15 Show Recaps

    Tonight, the finalists will be revealed! Tonight is a big night and Jennifer will be performing tonight. We will have the last instant save tonight! Michael Buble and Hailee Steinfeld will also be performing. You do not have to be on the east coast to vote! Stay tuned in about 35 minutes for your chance to vote! It’s time to get some results! Chris Kroeze was the most streamed on Apple Music this week. Your first finalist is…Kirk Jay from Team Blake! Michael Buble is taking the stage to preform Where or When from his new album. The second finalist is…Chevel Shepherd from Team Kelly! Hailee Steinfeld takes the stage to perform Back to Life from the new Bumblebee movie. Your third finalist is…Chris Kroeze from Team Blake! Three artists will be performing for the final spot! Stay tuned as voting will begin as soon as all three artists have performed! Jennifer takes the stage to perform I’ll Fight. We bring out our five remaining artist and three of them will be performing for your instant save. The first artist performing for a spot in the finale is…MaKenzie Thomas from Team Jennifer! The second artist performing for a spot on the finale is…Reagan Strange from Team Adam! The final artist performing for a spot in the finale is…Kennedy Holmes from Team Jennifer! Kymberli Joye and Sarah Grace are leaving tonight and they did an incredible job! MaKenzie Thomas has chosen to sing Up to the Mountain by Patty Griffin. Jennifer thinks MaKenzie has done enough a million times over and there is nothing else she could have done. She can sing on until she gets to her dreams. Reagan Strange has chosen the song Wherever You Will Go by The Calling. Adam says Reagan has not had a bad start to her very long career. He wants Reagan to understand this is a crazy show on a crazy stage and at the end of the day he is nothing but super proud of her and he truly wishes her the best regardless of this outcome. Kennedy Holmes has decided to sing How Do I Live by LeAnn Rimes. Jennifer says Kennedy is amazing and she is going to be a major star and she knows we all want to be a part of that. America has instantly saved…your fourth finalist is…Kennedy Holmes!
  3. IndyMom78

    The Voice - Season 15 Show Recaps

    Tonight, we are live with the semi-finals! We will have our 8 semi-finalists perform twice, they will perform alone and then pair up and do a duet. All performances are eligible for votes. We kick the night off with Team Kelly’s Sarah Grace. Kelly has brought her team to a showcase for last year’s winner, Brynn Cartelli. Brynn watches their rehearsals as well. Sarah is going to perform Sign of the Times by Harry Styles. Kelly wants her to bring the drama and Brynn gives a few tips on phrasing. Sarah takes the stage to perform and she plays the piano. Jennifer says she doesn’t know if she’s more of a fan or her bravery. She loves her confidence and she loved how she commanded the entire room from start to finish. Kelly says Sarah is such a musician and her voice is so pristine and so pure, she has some subtleties to her voice that her soft and sweet. You can vote for the duets via a twitter hashtag that will be included in the recap of each performance. You can tweet or retweet the post. If you vote on your own, then please make sure you tweet the hashtag as posted or votes will not count. Reagan and Kennedy will be our first duet. They are singing blended songs that include Happy by Pharrell and Tightrope by Janelle Monae featuring Big Boi. To vote for this duet tweet #KennedyReaganDuet. Next we have Team Jennifer’s MaKenzie Thomas. Jennifer took her team to where she was inspired. MaKenzie is going to perform Vision of Love by Mariah Carey. Jennifer tells her to own it as she performs. MaKenzie takes the stage for her performance. Kelly says she is so good and that is what this show is about. Blake says Mariah’s biggest song is All I Want For Christmas is You. Blake says that was one of the biggest performances he’s seen. Jennifer says please vote for MaKenzie. Everything she just did was amazing and she is a coach’s dream. Kirk Jay and Chevel Shepherd are going to perform She’s Country by Jason Aldean and Country Must be Country Wide by Brent Gilbert. To vote for this duet, tweet #ChevelKirkDuet. Kymberli Joye will be performing next. Kymberli is going to perform Never Alone by Tori Kelly featuring Kirk Franklin. Kelly says this song should showcase every moment from every performance so far. Kelly says she needs to let America know why they should vote for her. Kymberli takes the stage for her performance. Jennifer says she wants to know if Kymberli realizes she’s on The Voice because she sounds like she’s in church and that’s how she made Jennifer feel. Kelly thinks Kymberli is so talented. Kelly says everything she sings comes from the heart and that was so fantastic. Chris Kroeze is up and he’s going to sing Can’t You See by The Marshall Tucker Band. Blake says Chris brings the party to the room. Blake gives a few arrangement and phrasing tips. Blake says he’s in touch with what the fans want to hear from him. Chris takes the stage with his guitar to perform. Kelly says Chris is such a story teller and his voice is so nostalgic. She says he has a lot of different sounds in his tone and he represents an important part of music. Blake says thank you for giving a beer drinking, back roads driving viewers of this show someone to root for. We’re going to have two back-to-back performances. First, Kymberli and MaKenzie are going to perform their duet. They perform Best of My Love by Emotions and Got to be Real by Cheryl Lynn. To vote for this duet, tweet #KymberliMaKenzieDuet. We’re moving on to Kennedy Holmes and she’s going to sing This is Me by Keala Settle from The Greatest Showman. Jennifer says she felt that performance and Kennedy had her in tears and it’s a great time for America to see her vulnerable. Kennedy takes the stage for her performance. Jennifer says she is so proud of Kennedy and she loves to see how she’s grown, not just vocally and a performer, but as a person and to be able to come out and show who she is and own it. Reagan is up next and we see her and Adam volunteering with Toys for Tots in California for those affected by the wild fires. Reagan is going to You Are the Reason by Calum Scott. DeAndre calls Reagan and tells her to step out and do her best. Reagan takes the stage to perform. Blake says he always loves her performances and that performance was a breath of fresh air and he really enjoyed it. Adam says he is so proud of her and he’s so happy for her because she gets to carry the torch. She commanded the stage and was so quiet and it was a raw performance and her voice was so pure. Our final duet is Chris and Sarah and they are going perform Jumpin’ Jack Flash by The Rolling Stone and Chain of Fools by Aretha Franklin. Sarah plays piano and Chris plays guitar. To vote for this duet, tweet #ChrisSarahGraceDuet. Chevel Shepherd is up and she’s going to perform Blue by LeAnn Rimes. Kelly says Chevel needs to make her moment and she needs to have a diva moment. Kelly advises her to slow it down at the beginning so she can showcase her voice. Chevel takes the stage for her performance. Adam says he loves Chevel, but he really likes her voice and he loves what she represents and he’s such a fan of hers. Kelly says she loves that this is her final girl and they don’t make country music like this any more and she thinks Chevel can bring it back. Our final artist is Kirk Jay and he’s going to perform I Swear by John Michael Montgomery. Kirk is doing a song in honor of a friend of his who is a cancer patient. Blake gives him some phrasing advice. Blake says America, vote for Kirk. Are you thinking about it right now, stop thinking about it and vote for the man. Kirk takes the stage for his performance. Jennifer says she’s his biggest fan and once this season is over one of the things she’s going to miss is watching him sing every week. Adam says he loves Kirk and he thinks he’s so awesome because of the distinct tone of his voice. Blake says Jennifer talks to him a lot about Kirk. Blake says he wants to tell Kirk, as his coach, he could not be more proud of him.
  4. IndyMom78

    The Voice - Season 15 Show Recaps

    Tonight, we will reveal the semi-finalists! Kelly is going to sing her brand new single tonight and the bottom three are going to save for an instant save. But first, James Arthur and Anne-Marie perform their duet Rewrite the Stars. Time for some results! Chris Kroeze was the most streamed artist on Apple music! Reagan is not joining everyone on stage, she’s not feeling well, but she is there. The first artist America has saved is…from Team Blake…Kirk Jay! America has also saved…from Team Jennifer…Kennedy Holmes! America has saved...MaKenzie Thomas from Team Jennifer! America has also saved…from Team Kelly…Chevel Shepherd! Kelly Clarkson takes the stage to perform her new single, Heat. Time for more results! America has saved…from Team Kelly…Sarah Grace! America also saved…from Team Blake…Chris Kroeze. Gwen Stefani is here for a special holiday performance and we’ll reveal the bottom three who will sing for your Instant Save. Gwen Stefani takes the stage and performs Feliz Navidad with Mon Laferte. Time for our results and our bottom 3 performances for the Instant Save. America saved…Kymberli Joye from Team Kelly! Dave Fenley and DeAndre Nico will perform for the Instant Save. Reagan will not perform as she isn’t feeling well, but you can still vote for her tonight. From Team Blake, Dave Fenley has chosen to sing Amazed by Lonestar. Kelly tells Dave it was a very smart song and she loved his voice on it because his tone was like a warm blanket. Blake says every time he gets on the stage, or even in rehearsals, his voice floors him. He doesn’t know why he’s in the bottom three, but they face this every year and this is why he says to America, this guy deserves to move to the semi-finals. From Team Adam, DeAndre Nico has chosen to sing All of Me by John Legend. Jennifer says he has a fantastic voice and the only thing he can do is the best he can do and he just did that with that song. Adam is a little confused why DeAndre is in the bottom, and he is an exquisite singer. He says there is an extremely talented little girl who can’t perform and fight for her life, but DeAndre sang like a champ and it’s really hard for him to urge DeAndre, but he has a special relationship with Reagan and he thinks they both should be in there and Adam has to fight for his girl because she couldn’t perform. Kelly says DeAndre sang the heck out of the song and she knows what it’s like to be in their position and it’s horrible that Reagan can’t present herself and she knows how Adam feels, but they did a really great job. America has instantly saved…Reagan Strange!
  5. IndyMom78

    The Voice - Season 15 Show Recaps

    Tonight, the Top 10 will perform live! Tonight, Blake Shelton will perform his newest single, Turning Me On. We’re going to kick the night off with Kennedy Holmes. Kennedy is going to perform Me Too by Meghan Trainor. Jennifer picked this song for her because it shows off her youthful side. Kennedy says this is a risk because she’s been singing ballads, but she trusts Jennifer. Kennedy takes the stage to perform. She gets an ovation from all four coaches. Kelly says she was so happy seeing this. She loves that Kennedy can sing a ballad, but it’s awesome to see her do something fun and more her age. Adam says if that was being 13, then he sucked at being 13. He says she could dance and move and that’s another strength for her and she’s doing really, really well. Jennifer says she never disappoints and she was everything that was so fun to watch. She enjoys watching everything she just did on the stage. Next, we have Reagan Strange and she’s going to sing Cry by Faith Hill. Adam thinks this is the perfect vein for her. Reagan says she can tap into this song emotionally. Adam advises her to treat the verses of the song like choruses. Reagan takes the stage to perform. Blake says that’s a tough song and she did a great job and he’s still not over the fact that she didn’t pick him. Kelly says that is a big song. Kelly says how she expresses emotion, you can’t teach and it’s her favorite thing about Reagan. Adam says it’s crazy because she raised the key a half pitch, but besides that she commands the attention of everyone in the room. He is nothing but proud of her. Blake Shelton takes the stage to perform his latest single, Turnin’ Me On. Next up we have Sarah Grace and she’s taking a big risk tonight. She is going to perform Amazing Grace in a bluesy style and she’s going to play the trumpet. Kelly advises her to keep the beginning simple because she doesn’t want it to be too much. Kelly says Sarah is a multi-talented artist and that’s what makes her stand out from everyone else. Sarah takes the stage for her performance. Jennifer says Sarah didn’t miss a single note and that was amazing and she took a chance and she thought it was beautiful. Kelly says she loves her voice and she thinks it’s so amazing that so many young people have so much soul to them. She says she’s so proud of her and that was an insanely cool version of Amazing Grace. Kymberli Joye is the next to take the stage and she is going to perform Oceans (Where Feet May Fail) by Hillsong United. Kymberli says this song is for anyone who feels like they are struggling to keep their head above water. Kelly says at this point on the show, no artist can play it safe and Kymberli needs to be vulnerable enough to let people in. Blake says he feels like that has been her most powerful performance so far because he feels like she was finally able to reign in everything and deliver a controlled, tasteful performance that had an impact. Jennifer says there is nothing she cannot sing and she is walking into her calling and her purpose. Kelly says she loves that we waited until now to hone in on what she wanted to accomplish after the show. Kelly says it’s not just about the voice, it’s about moving someone and touching someone and that was beautiful. Chris Kroeze is up. Blake took his team bowling this week. Chris is going to sing Callin’ Baton Rouge by Garth Brooks. He says this is a fun party song that’s high energy. Chris says anyone who travels can relate to this song. Blake advises him to make sure he does the small things and enunciate because the fans who know the song will sing along. Chris takes the stage to perform. Kelly says that was amazing. Blake says he is literally proud of Chris as a coach and he’s proud of him as a fellow musician and country music singer. Blake’s team were all gifted guitars. Dave Fenley is next to perform and he’s going to sing When You Say Nothing At All by Keith Whitley. Dave says this song reminds him of his dad when they used to listen to these country songs when he was a kid. Dave takes the stage to perform. Jennifer says she may not know a lot about country, but he definitely has a voice. She’s a fan regardless if she knows something about country or not. Kelly says he has a similar concept to his tone that Keith Whitley did. She thinks his voice was perfect for this song. Blake says the thing that drives him crazy about being Dave’s coach, he never does the same thing twice. But it’s because he sings with his heart, and everything he’s singing is what he’s feeling in that moment. DeAndre Nico is ready to perform and he’s going to sing That’s What I Like by Bruno Mars. Adam says this song has never been done before because no one can sing it, but DeAndre can. Adam says it’s different from what he’s done so far. DeAndre says Adam is trying to make a statement and Adam tells him to come at it with all he’s got. DeAndre takes the stage. Jennifer says DeAndre can sing a song down and she likes that he showed a more performance side of himself. Job well done. Kelly says that’s her favorite of anything she’s seen on the show. It was so good, she loved it. Adam says he wishes there was a way to convey what happens in the room sometimes. Adam says DeAndre did the task at hand and he thinks he did a tremendous job. Next up is Chevel Shepherd and she’s going to sing You’re Lookin’ At Country by Loretta Lynn. Chevel would love to make an old school country record and she’d love to sing at the Grand Ole Opry one day. Kelly says Chevel could be a country star right now. Chevel takes the stage to perform. Blake says she is so cute. He says she has found a way to make a Loretta Lynn song even countrier than it was originally. He thought it was a lot of fun and she sang it great. Jennifer says she is adorable and she loves every thing she does. She loves watching her enjoy it. Kelly says she loves Chevel and Adam interrupts and says he loves her and she’s so cute and she’s so talented. Kelly says she’s super talented and her sound is her favorite and she loves everything she represents. Kirk Jay is up next and he is singing Tomorrow by Chris Young. Blake says this song choice pushes him as a vocalist and it will show everyone what he’s capable of. Blake says Kirk is the kind of artist who has to feel the song and that’s what makes him special. Kirk takes the stage and he plays the piano as he sings. Jennifer says she doesn’t have no words. She feels like she’s a co-coach because she needs people to vote for him so he can make a country album. He’s one of her favorites ever. Adam says he’s a huge fan as well and he concurs with Jennifer. Adam says when Kirk performs it feels like something new is happening for country music and he’s always transfixed by what he does. Blake says that is far and away his most important and pivotal performance of the competition so far. Our final artist of the night is MaKenzie Thomas and she’s going to perform Because You Loved Me by Celine Dion. Jennifer says she’s continually topping herself each and every week. Jennifer says she wants MaKenzie to show her pop side, but blow the roof off with her gospel side because that will show why she’s special. MaKenzie takes the stage for the final performance of the night. Jennifer says all the vocal divas would be watching and Kelly was one of them, she says just like there is each of them, there is a MaKenzie Thomas!
  6. IndyMom78

    The Voice - Season 15 Show Recaps

    Carson greets us and says fan night was so much fun. We’re going to see who’s moving on to the Top 10, plus Blake and Jennifer are going to take the stage with their teams. Kelsea Ballerini is also going to perform. Let’s get to some results! The first artist moving into the Top 10 is…from Team Jennifer…Kennedy Holmes! America has also saved…from Team Kelly…Kymberli Joye! Blake joins his team to perform Dixieland Delight by Alabama. Time to get to more of our results! Carson reminds us results are in no particular order at all. The third artist America has saved…from Team Adam…Reagan Strange! America has also saved…from Team Blake…Chris Kroeze! Kelsea Ballerini, the fifth coach from The Comeback Stage, is performing her single Miss Me More. Let’s get to some more results! The fifth artist America has moved on to the Top 10 is…from Team Blake…Kirk Jay! America has also saved…MaKenzie Thomas from Team Jennifer! Jennifer takes the stage with her team and they perform The Rose by Bette Midler. The seventh artist America has saved is…from Team Kelly…Sarah Grace! America has also saved…Dave Fenley from Team Blake! America has also saved…Chevel Shepherd from Team Kelly! Lynnea Moorer takes the stage first and performs Tattooed Heart by Ariana Grande. DeAndre Nico has decided to sing Take Me to the King by Tamela Mann. America instantly saved…DeAndre Nico from Team Adam!
  7. IndyMom78

    The Voice - Season 15 Show Recaps

    Tonight, the Top 11 perform tonight and it’s dedicated to the fans. The fans have chosen the songs for the artists tonight and we will check in with viewing parties around the country. We kick off the night with a fan named Katie who’s a fan of Dave Fenley and she loves his voice and she says he’s an amazing singer. Dave got a message from Lee Brice last week and Blake says he’s jealous. The fans have chosen Use Me by Bill Withers for Dave and he says that’s so different than anything he’s done so far. Blake says The Voice has never had a beat boxer on it before and this is going to be something fans have never seen. Dave takes the stage to perform and begins with his beat boxing. Blake gives him an ovation. Adam says woah! He’s in shock. He says that was wild and it makes him happy to see Dave doing whatever he wants and he commends him for going at it and doing it his way. Blake says Dave just had his moment and congratulations. Next, we have a fan named Alicia who is a fan of Chevel Shepherd and she loves her voice and her ability to make every song her own. Chevel has been given the song Space Cowboy by Kasey Musgraves. Chevel says this is a good mix of old country and new country and it means fans understand her. Kelly says Chevel is born to be a story teller and to get on that stage and move the audience. Chevel takes the stage for her performance. Kelly says she loved that big note and she’s so glad she went for it and she’s so proud of her. She has the ability to tell a great story and Kelly loves her for that. We continue with Team Adam’s Reagan Strange. The song chosen for Reagan is Complicated by Avril Lavigne. Reagan says she loves this song and Adam says this song is deceptively hard. She says this is a perfect song for her and she’s excited to show off this side of her. Adam advises her to let loose and be free with it. McCann and Katelyn are fans of Reagan and they love her powerful voice and how much emotion she puts into all of her performances. They introduce Reagan as she takes the stage. Blake says he’s such a fan of hers and he thinks there is something special about her and she has so much charisma and everyone can see it. Adam says he absolutely adores her and she impresses him every week. Adam says he genuinely believes not only can she win this thing, but be a big star and be impressionable for other young artists. Kymberli Joye is up next and the song selected for her was Break Every Chain by Tasha Cobbs. She loves that fans selected this song because it means they understand and accept her as a gospel singer. Kelly says this is an opportunity for people to see who Kymberli is and what she wants to do. We have Connor, a fan of Kymberli, and he loves her because she is the definition of an artist and she puts her passion and soul into every song and he loves everything about her. Connor then introduces Kymberli for her performance. She gets a standing ovation from all four judges and the audience. Jennifer says Carson should have introduced her as sister Kymberli is going to perform in The First Baptist Church of The Voice. Kelly says she has a roundness to her tone and it reminds her of Jennifer and she loved this week because the fans understood what she wants to do. Kirk Jay brings his mom to meet Blake. The song selected for Kirk is Body Like a Backroad by Sam Hunt. Kirk is going to play keyboard and then get up and dance. Blake offers to show him some dance moves. Blake says Kirk is a more progressive country musician. Richie from Lonestar reached out to Kirk Jay and said they are fans of his. We go to a viewing party in Montgomery, Alabama and one of the fans says seeing him perform on The Voice is a dream come true and they introduce Kirk to the stage. Blake says he’s incredible. Blake says he’s mixed George Strait with Rascal Flatts and he’s one of a kind and he’s so happy to be his coach. Next up is Chris Kroeze and his fans have given him the song Long Train Runnin’ by The Doobie Brothers. Blake says his voice lends itself to southern rock. Chris is going to play a guitar solo also. Blake says he’s multi-talented and he’s really a standout this year. We go to a Chris viewing party and they are in Barron, Wisconsin and they cheering him on with his wife and kids and they introduce Chris to the stage. Blake says Chris keeps getting better with every single performance and everyone is Barron is going nuts right now. We’re with Bodz and Jeddan from the Philippines and they are fans of Lynnea Moore. They love everything about her and want more more Moore. Fans have selected the song Consequences by Camila Cabello. Kelly hopes that people are captivated by the vulnerability of Lynnea. Lynnea takes the stage for her performance. Jennifer says Lynnea surprises her every week and she looks like a star and she keeps raising the bar in the competition. Kelly says she’s so proud Lynnea has had this moment and she’s making each one count and she’s super proud. Kelly says she’s so relevant for radio right now. Carson is with Sarah and she is a fan of MaKenzie’s and she says the girl can sing baby! MaKenzie was given the song Emotion by Bee Gees. Jennifer advises her to sing this song to her fans. MaKenzie says she wants to be a gospel singer with a R&B vibe, and she’s excited the fans get her. Jennifer offers to sing back-up for her. MaKenzie takes the stage for her performance. Jennifer says she was so skilled and she could tell this was her lane and she hopes her fans are happy. Jennifer says that was amazing and flawless and her voice is like butter. Sarah Grace is going to perform her fan song choice, Dog Days are Over by Florence + the Machine. Kelly says this is a huge song for Sarah. Sarah says she’s going to do something different with it. Kelly says this is going to be a shining moment with Sarah as she attacks a more modern song. We go to Sarah’s watch party from Houston and they say they love her and she represents Houston so well. They introduce Sarah to the stage. Blake says he’s been a fan of her from the beginning and he loves seeing her step out and perform like that. That’s his favorite performance of hers so far. Kelly says this is her best moment and not only is Sarah is amazing, but she’s such a smart singer for being so young. Next, is DeAndre Nico and he was given the song Cry For You by Jodeci. Adam tells DeAndre to take everyone on the ride. He thinks this paints the perfect picture of who DeAndre is as a singer. DeAndre says there is going to be a showwww on Monday! Carson goes to a viewing party in Port Arthur, Texas, and they say the party is bigger in Texas and they are so proud of DeAndre and he represents their town perfectly, a small town that packs a big punch. They introduce DeAndre to the stage. Jennifer says it felt like she was in the neighborhood, watching the boys play basketball, DeAndre took her back to those days. Adam says DeAndre just did a song that took them all back and he believes he has all of the elements and he has a unique tone to his voice. He’s so proud of him. Our final artist is Kennedy Holmes and she will be performing the song chosen by fans, Greatest Love of All by Whitney Houston. Jennifer says Kennedy reminds her of Whitney by the way she caresses the notes and she’s so young, but she’s ready for this competition and a career. Carson is with Kyndall and she’s one of Kennedy’s fans and she loves her because her voice is amazing and unique and there’s nothing quite like it. Kyndall introduces Kennedy as the final performer of the night. Jennifer says she is so proud of her. She looks beautiful and she is a shining star in her own right and she commands the stage.
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    The Voice - Season 15 Show Recaps

    Tonight, we will learn the results of who will be moving on to the Top 11 next week and America will get to save one artist at the end of the show. Morty’s will tell you when you to vote, even if you are not on the east coast. Stay tuned! Two will be going home tonight. Reagan Strange was the most streamed on Apple Music. Time to find out who the first three artists moving on will be! The first artist America saved…from Team Adam…Reagan Strange! America has also saved from Team Blake…Kirk Jay! America also saved…from Team Jennifer…Kennedy Holmes! We see a clip of the artists getting letters and love from home wishing them a Happy Thanksgiving! Time for more results! The fourth artist America has saved…from Team Kelly…Chevel Shepherd! America has also saved…from Team Blake…Chris Kroeze! Adam takes the stage with his team to perform Rhiannon by Fleetwood Mac. Let’s get to more results! The sixth artist America has put through to next week…from Team Adam…DeAndre Nico! America has also saved…from Team Kelly…Kymberli Joye! America also saved…from Team Jennifer…Makenzie Thomas! Kelly takes the stage with her team to perform I Will Always Love You by Dolly Parton. In a moment Carson will reveal the bottom three and you will be able to vote for the instant save AFTER we tell you voting is open. You will be able to vote for FIVE minutes! Not yet, but soon! Let’s get to the last results from yesterday’s voting! Two will be saved and the remaining three will be performing! The next artist America saved…Dave Fenley from Team Blake! America has also saved…Sarah Grace from Team Kelly! From Team Jennifer, Sandyredd will perform Believer by Imagine Dragons. From Team Adam, Tyke James has chosen the song Home by Michael Buble. From Team Kelly, Lynnea Moore is going to sing If I Ain’t Got You by Alicia Keys. It’s time to find out who America has instantly saved! America has saved…Lynnea Moore!
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    The Voice - Season 15 Show Recaps

    It’s the Top 13 live show! The coaches take their seats and the Top 13 will take the stage with special dedications and tomorrow 2 artists will go home. Chris Koeze is up first and he is dedicating the song Let It Be by The Beatles to the city of Barron, WI. The city of Barron is going through a difficult time as the community pulls together still searching for a missing 13-year old girl. Blake says Chris performing this song sets himself apart from the rest of the artists. Chris takes the stage with his guitar to perform. Adam loved that version of the song and he loves his voice and it was awesome and heartfelt. Blake says it’s a testament to his work ethic and how bad he wants this to see how much work he put into the song. Tyke James is up next and he brings his mom to his rehearsal with Adam. Tyke has selected the song (Everything I Do) I Do it For You by Bryan Adams and he is dedicating it to his mother. Adam suggests he perform the song to the music of a ukulele. Tyke the stage with a guitar and a back-up ukulele player to perform. Kelly says Adam had a good idea and Tyke stood apart and that was her favorite thing he’s done. Adam says he’s so proud of him and he thinks he has his own thing and his own lane. DeAndre Nico is the next performer. He has chosen to sing I Can Only Imagine by MercyMe and it’s dedicated to his girlfriend, Crystal. Adam says DeAndre has his own unique voice and you know it’s him when you hear his performance. DeAndre takes the stage for his performance and he’s playing the piano. Jennifer says Crystal must be a mighty girlfriend. She says he can sing anything and he did a great job. Adam says the best thing about DeAndre is when he sings you know it’s him and he’s an amazing singer with a unique gift. Next, we have Kymberli Joye and she is going to perform Diamonds by Rihanna and she is dedicating the song to her sister. Kelly says Kymberli’s greatest strength is her head voice which is beautiful and you can’t teach that. Kymberli take the stage to perform. Kelly says she’s the best kind of vocalist because she sings it different every time and it’s so wonderful and it’s as simple that she loves to sing and she loves being in the moment. Kennedy Holmes has chosen to perform Wind Beneath My Wings by Bette Midler and she is dedicating it to her parents. Jennifer tells Kennedy to not think of it as a song, but as an emotion. Kennedy takes the stage for her performance. All four coaches give an ovation. Jennifer says she can’t even begin to imagine what her parents are thinking. Kennedy is a star and it’s beautiful to witness and her parents must be so proud. Sandyredd is up and she has decided to sing It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday by Boyz II Men and it’s dedicated to her mother. Jennifer says it’s beautiful and she tells Sandyredd to feel the emotion and the audience will feel it too. Sandyredd takes the stage to perform. She gets emotional as she finishes. Blake says he loves seeing the emotional side and he loved JHud’s advice to her about not suppressing the emotion. Blake says the low register of her voice is amazing. Jennifer says to have a low register as a female vocalist is special and it took the audience to depth of her hurt. Chevel Shepherd is going to perform Little White Church by Little Big Town and she’s dedicating the song to her dad. Kelly says Chevel has a cool, natural rasp and America hasn’t seen her sassy side yet. Chevel takes the stage to perform. All four coaches are on their feet again. Kelly says she is so magnificent. Adam says he’s obsessed with Chevel and she’s so awesome and talented. Makenzie Thomas has selected the song I Am Changing by Jennifer Hudson and she is dedicating her song to Jennifer because she’s the only one who turned her chair for her. Jennifer wants Makenzie to express herself and she wants to see her enjoy the moment. Makenzie takes the stage to perform. Jennifer says that’s a hard song to sing and Makenzie did a fantastic job. Next we have Sarah Grace and she is going to perform Goodbye Yellow Brick Road by Elton John and she’s dedicating the song to her school. Kelly advises Sarah to strip it down and make it almost bare. Sarah takes the stage and plays the piano while she sings. Kelly says Sarah is so talented and she plays so many instruments and it’s a beautiful thing to see someone so young sing the old school songs. Dave Fenley has selected the song Hard to Love by Lee Brice and he is dedicating the song to his wife. Blake advises him to go head first into the song. Dave takes the stage to perform. Blake gives him an ovation. Adam says he was super mad when Dave didn’t get voted through and he loves what Dave does and he thinks America will know they made a mistake last week. Blake says that was an incredibly important performance to establish himself as a solid vocalist. Blake doesn’t think he’s hard to love, he loves him. Lynnea Moorer is next and she going to sing Wolves by Selena Gomez and Marshmello and she’s dedicating the song to her mother. Kelly advises her to slow the song down a little and it will give her more of an opportunity to stand out. Lynnea takes the stage to perform. Jennifer says she is so blown away by Lynnea and she has such great star quality. Kelly says she’s the comeback kid that’s killing everyone tonight. Kelly says that was so good and she’s craving to learn and she’s so inspiring. Kirk Jay has chosen the song I’m Already There by Lonestar and he is dedicating it to his mother. Blake says Kirk is what the show is all about, undiscovered talent and he has a legitimate shot at making it in country music. Kirk takes the stage to perform. Jennifer says it looked like Kirk could taste the music. Kirk says he felt ashy. Jennifer says she doesn’t care whose team he is on, but he is bad! Blake says Jennifer needs a bag of ice. Blake says it’s not even fair when he does that great song and knock it out of the park, it’s not fair. It’s incredible! We’re going to close out the night with Reagan Strange and she’s going to perform You Say by Lauren Daigle and she is dedicating to her grandparents. Adam says Reagan is becoming the star he knew she would be when he first saw her. Reagan takes the stage. Adam says Reagan epitomizes what the show is for and she filled the entire room with her voice and she’s truly an amazing artist.
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    The Voice - Season 15 Show Recaps

    Tonight, 13 WILL go through! The coaches are getting settled and the top 2 from each team will move on and the coaches will only save one of the remaining 4 artists. The artists from The Comeback Stage will perform and you will get to vote on Twitter. Kane Brown is here as well as the Backstreet Boys. Blake wants his artists to remember this experience, no matter what happens. Jennifer says last night was a great show. Kelly says cutting artists is the worst part, but this is an opportunity to show the world what you want to do. Adam says this experience is what it is throughout the whole competition, it doesn’t change that tomorrow you have to go to work and figure it out whether you win or lose. Time to find out some results! Team Blake is the first team to the stage. America has saved…Kirk Jay! America has also saved…Chris Koeze. Team Blake has on stage now Dave Fenley, Funsho, Natasia Greycloud, and Michael Lee. Blake has to choose one last artist to save. Blake says they all deserve to be there and they’ve all done what he asked them to do. Blake says he hates this so much. He’s going to move forward…Dave Fenley. We’d like to take a moment here at Morty’s TV to send thoughts and prayers to Beverly McClellan’s friends and family. Beverly was an artist on season one of The Voice. Beverly lost her battle with cancer two weeks ago and passed away at the age of 49. Kane Brown takes the stage to perform his single Lose It. Team Adam is out on stage now to find out who from his team is moving on. America has saved…DeAndre Nico! America has also saved…Reagan Strange! Adam says it’s almost too early in the competition to make these types of decisions. He says he thinks they all have so much more to do and so much more to show. Adam grunts and groans a few times and says he has to choose someone…he’s going to go with the person he thinks…there’s more that he needs to see from this person. Adam has chosen to save…Tyke James. Tonight, two artists will return to perform to make the Top 13. Kelsea Ballerini joined as a fifth coach for The Comeback Stage. Kelsea selected artists who did not get a chair turn to come back and coach and compete to return to the competition. After battling it out Ayanna Joni and Lynnea Moore were selected to compete for America. The two artists are about to perform and when we tell you it’s time to vote you can vote using twitter by retweeting our tweet or tweeting on your own using the hashtag. Voting is NOT open yet! Ayanna Joni will perform first and she performs No Tears Left to Cry by Ariana Grande. Jennifer says Ayanna has the showmanship needed to be a star. Lynnea Moore is singing Boo’d Up by Ella Mai. Kelly says she was so excited when she found out Lynnea was coming back and she feels like the coaches made a mistake and Lynnea is a shining example of that. It’s time to find out who America voted to go through to the Top 13 from the two artists who performed from The Comeback Stage. America has chosen…Lynnea Moore! Lynnea now gets to select a coach from any of the four and she chooses…Team Kelly. Kelly gives her a jacket. Team Jennifer takes the stage to get their results. America saved…Makenzie Thomas! America also saved…Kennedy Holmes! Jennifer now has to choose her final artist. Jennifer says she knows what they are feeling right now and they need to take this opportunity and do something about it. Jennifer says she has to go with…Sandyredd. Team Kelly is the last team to get their results. America has saved…Chevel Shepherd! America has also saved…Sarah Grace! Kelly says she’s not going to be dramatic she just wants them to know she meant every word she’s said. Kelly is so nervous…she picks Kymberli Joye.
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    The Voice - Season 15 Show Recaps

    For the first time this season our contestants will be performing live. The coaches are taking their seats and we are going to get right into it. Happy Veteran’s Day! 24 artists will be performing tonight with 12 moving on to the live shows and for the first time, another artist from The Comeback Stage will be joining them. Kelsea Ballerini is joining the show tonight. Carson acknowledges the fires in California and thoughts go out to everyone. Carson asks Blake what he’s looking for from his team tonight and Blake says he wants to see how they do when they perform live. Blake says Michael Lee’s voice is deep and powerful, Funsho made his team stronger, Dave Fenley has an almost natural reverb built into his voice, Natasia Greycloud has an explosive voice, and you can hear the excitement in Kirk Jay’s voice, and Chris Koeze could definitely go the distance. Michael is up first and he performs Every Time I Roll the Dice by Delbert McClinton. Dave is up next to perform Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground by Willie Nelson. We’re continuing with Natasia Greycloud who has chosen to sing God is a Woman by Ariana Grande. Chris Koeze is up next and he’s going to sing Have You Ever Seen the Rain by Creedence Clearwater Revival. Next, Funsho takes the stage to perform How Long by Charlie Puth. Team Blake’s final performer is Kirk Jay who sings One More Day by Diamond Rio. Tomorrow night we’ll find out which 3 artists from team Blake will move on. Next up will be Team Kelly. Kelly is looking forward to seeing her team in the live element because like Blake said it’s a different dynamic. Kelly says Kymberli Joye has a voice, Sarah Grace sound like an old soul, Zaxai is great, Abby Cates has an intense head voice, Keith Paluso has a classic voice, and Chevel Shepherd sounds like Loretta Lynn meets Dixie Chicks. Abby is up first and she sings Next to Me by Emeli Sande. Keith is going to perform Someone Like You by Adele. Sarah is playing the piano and she sings When Something is Wrong With My Baby by Sam and Dave. Zaxai takes the stage next to perform When I Need You by Leo Sayer. Chevel is ready to perform and she sings Grandpa, (Tell Me ‘Bout the Good Old Days) by The Judds. Kymberli Joye is the last artist for Team Kelly and she’s performing Radioactive by Imagine Dragons. Team Kelly has finished. Next will be Team Adam, but first we’ll check in with the final performances from The Comeback Stage to see who will be performing for the final spot. Kelsea is with Carson along with the two remaining finalists from The Comeback Stage, Lynnea Moore and Ayanna Joni, who will sing tomorrow night for the final spot on the live shows. Kelsea says it's great to have a second chance, especially on The Voice. Team Adam is up next and Adam is proud of all his artists and they are all improving. Adam says Kameron Marlowe is a great performer, Tyke James is a force and an artist, Reagan Strange has a great voice, Steve Memmolo has an inviting voice, Radha has power and range, and DeAndre Nico could be a front runner to win. Up first for Team Adam is Steve Memmolo and he is singing More Today than Yesterday by Spiral Staircase. DeAndre steps up to perform Ordinary People by John Legend. Radha is next and she has chosen to sing Dusk Till Dawn by Zayn. Kameron Marlowe takes the stage next and performs I Ain’t Living Long Like This by Rodney Crowell and Waylon Jennings. Tyke is up next with Use Somebody by Kings of Leon. The final artist for Team Adam, Reagan takes the stage and sings Worth It by Danielle Bradbery. Team Adam is now done. All that’s left is Team Jennifer and we’ll hear them next. One team left to perform. Jennifer’s advice to her team was to get ready for her shoe and just to come out and give their all and their best selves and have fun. Jennifer says Sandyredd is a total package, Colton Smith wants this, Kennedy Holmes is like a young Whitney Houston, Franc West has a unique voice, MaKenzie Thomas has an amazing voice, and Patrique Fortson can literally stand flatfoot and sang. Patrique is up first and performs Ain’t Nobody by Chaka Khan and Rufus. MaKenzie is up next with I Believe in You and Me by Whitney Houston. Franc takes the stage to perform Apologize by One Republic. Sandyredd is up next and she sings No More Drama by Mary J. Blige. Colton has taken the stage to sing Scared to be Lonely by Martin Garrix and Dua Lipa. The final artist of the night and the last artist from Team Jennifer is Kennedy Holmes and she’s going to perform Halo by Beyonce. Team Jennifer has finished their performances. Voting is open. Tomorrow we’ll find out the results and we’ll also have The Comeback artist’s perform for the chance to make the Top 13.
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    The Voice - Season 15 Show Recaps

    On The Comeback Stage, Kelsea is having a final rehearsal with her final three. Lynnea Moore is up first and she’s performing In My Blood by Shawn Mendes. Wyatt is next and he has chosen to sing How Sweet It Is to Be Loved By You by Marvin Gaye. Ayanna Joni is going to sing I Put a Spell On You by Nina Simone. Lynnea is up first to perform for Kelsea. Kelsea says that was beautiful. Wyatt steps up for his final performance. Kelsea says she loved that. Ayanna is the last to perform for Kelsea. Kelsea says that was so good. Kelsea says these three artists are amazing. Kelsea says she thinks they are incredible. The artists that she chooses to move forward are Lynnea and Ayanna.
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    The Voice - Season 15 Show Recaps

    Tonight, we will see the final Knock-outs and the pressure is on. Mariah Carey is the key advisor and is here to help the artists make the most of this opportunity. With a steal and 2 saves available, the stakes couldn’t be higher for the artists. The final Knock-outs begin now. We’re going to check in with Kelly Clarkson and key advisor, Mariah Carey. Team Kelly’s first pairing is Chevel Shepherd and Sarah Grace. Chevel has chosen the song Travelin’ Soldier by Dixie Chicks. Kelly advises on some technique and Mariah Carey says to use her falsetto and she needs to tell the story of the song. Sarah has chosen the song I’d Rather Go Blind by Etta James. Mariah says Sarah is an old soul and she seemed so seasoned. Mariah advises her to consider a more dramatic ending. Chevel takes the stage to perform first followed by Sarah. Adam says Chevel is so pure and angelic and Sarah must have been possessed by the spirit of an older woman. Blake says Chevel sang it great and she needs to find moments to reel it in and Sarah has something about her that’s magnetic. Jennifer says they are each their own but she’d have to go with Sarah. Kelly says they both picked bold, fearless songs. Kelly says this is very difficult for her and her heart has to go with who is ready right now. The winner of this knock-out is…Chevel. Sarah is available to steal or save. Kelly hits her save button and Sarah will remain on Team Kelly. Team Kelly’s six artists are: Kymberli Joye, Zaxai, Abby Cates, Chevel Shepherd, Keith Paluso, and Sarah Grace. Time to see Adam’s first pairing of the night, DeAndre Nico vs Jake Wells. DeAndre has decided to sing Wanted by Hunter Hayes. Mariah advises him to take the song up a half step. Jake is going to perform Yellow by Coldplay. Mariah advises Jake to simplify the song and Adam says to scale it back. Less is more. We then see Jake performing while playing the piano. DeAndre performs next. Blake says he is no expert on Coldplay but he knows that’s a tough one and Jake did a solid job and DeAndre sang country and he loves him and that was brilliant. Kelly thought that was her favorite performance as far as taking a classic and doing something new, but DeAndre filled everyone’s body with his voice. If she had to choose, she might lean towards Jake. Adam says Jake has to be so happy with what he heard from Kelly and DeAndre came to win, but he’s super kind and super humble and no one sounds like him. Adam says the winner of this Knock-out is…DeAndre. Team Jennifer’s first team pairing is Anthony Arya vs Kennedy Holmes. Anthony is going to perform Operator (That’s Not the Way it Feels) by Jim Croce. Jennifer says he has a Jack Johnson kind of feel and she tells him to let them in a little more and Mariah says he needs to be himself. Kennedy is going to sing What About Us by P!nk. Mariah advises her to use her softer voice at the end and she has a lot of stage presence. Kelly says Anthony is fantastic and Kennedy did a great job and P!nk will be so proud. Adam says Anthony is so cool and Kennedy is so great and he’s not going to help choose. Blake says what Kennedy does is big but Anthony is good. He’d take Kennedy all the way. Jennifer says they both have bright future’s ahead of them and they both have plenty of time. Jennifer says Anthony knows who he is and Kennedy is in the moment. Jennifer says there are no steals left, huh? She says the winner of this knock-out is…Kennedy. Let’s visit Team Blake’s first pairing Colton Smith vs Kirk Jay. Kirk is going to perform In Case You Didn’t Know by Brett Young. Mariah says Kirk brings you in and Blake says he sings with intensity. Colton has chosen to perform Lady Marmalade by Patti LaBelle. Mariah advises him at the end to use his natural voice and Blake says he’ll have to fill the stage up with excitement. We then see Colton performing on stage. Adam and Kelly give encouragement because he messes up because he can’t hear well. Kirk steps up to perform. Jennifer says Kirk had a beautiful moment and Colton had a few mistakes but he was still a professional. Kelly says Colton, we have all been in those shoes but he was still a standout performer and Kirk is something special. Kelly would go with Kirk. Adam thinks Kirk is incredible and he’ll be in the finale, but he wants to talk about Colton. Adam says it was inspirational of Colton to get lost in the music and not let it bother him. Blake says he paired Colton against Kirk because he was the only one who could match him vocally. Blake says Colton held it together and they are musically going two different directions. Blake says Kirk deserves this and he’s special and he wants him to embrace this moment. Blake says the winner of this knock-out is…Kirk. Colton thanks everyone for believing in him and supporting him and Jennifer hits her button. She says she never wanted to let him go to begin with and no one’s journey is easy and you don’t always have to be perfect. Colton returns to Team Jennifer. Adam’s final pairing is Delaney Silvernell vs Steve Memmolo. Delaney is going to perform Praying by Ke$ha. Mariah advises Delaney to ease into the beginning and grab the audience right away. Steve has chosen to sing Unaware by Allen Stone. Adam and Mariah give tips on the stylistic approach. Delaney takes the stage first to perform. Steve then steps up to perform. Blake feels like this is very evenly matched. Delaney is one of his favorites and Steve has a big overall presence. He would go with Steve. Jennifer enjoyed listening to Delaney and Steve was intriguing to watch. She’d probably go with Steve. Kelly says that was her favorite song that Delaney sang and Steve enjoyed him being vulnerable. Kelly would probably go with Delaney. Adam says they worked hard on both them and Delaney has something in her head holding her back and Steve has to be proud of his ability to have been vulnerable. Adam says this is tough. The winner of this knock-out is Steve. Team Jennifer’s six artists are: Makenzie Thomas, Patrique Fortson, Franc West, Kennedy Holmes, Colton Smith, and Sandyredd. Team Adam’s six artists are: Tyke James, Reagan Strange, DeAndre Nico, Steve Memmolo, Kameron Marlowe, and Radha. Team Blake’s final knock-out pairing is Chris Koeze vs Michael Lee. Chris has chosen to sing Burning House by Cam. Blake says he’s done some fantastic things with the melody and Mariah says Chris is very sincere when he sings. Michael Lee is going to perform Whipping Post by The Allman Brothers Band. Blake thinks he sang it out stronger and did some cool run things. Mariah says Michael is so professional. Chris takes the stage to perform first, followed by Michael. Jennifer says what was that?!? Jennifer thinks they both bring something really special to the table. Kelly says Chris has such a fantastic voice and Michael came out and was like I’m not going home. Kelly would go with Michael. Adam believes Chris won the knock-out and was almost more vulnerable. Blake says this is what you hope for. Blake says Michael doesn’t look like he’ll sound like that and Chris’s voice is so good. Blake says to prove a point, he thought about this ahead of time. He flips a coin and says Michael is the winner of this knock-out. Chris is available to save and Blake hits his button. Chris will remain on Team Blake. Team Blake’s six artists are: Funsho, Dave Fenley, Kirk Jay, Michael Lee, Natasia Greycloud, and Chris Koeze.
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    The Voice - Season 15 Show Recaps

    Tonight’s intensive one-on-one training makes a huge impact on the battles. With two steals and two saves remaining, our coaches are faced with some impossible decisions. Let’s check-in with Jennifer and key advisor, Mariah Carey. Team Jennifer’s first pairing is Franc West vs Tyshawn Colquitt. Franc has decided to sing Call Out My Name by The Weeknd. Mariah says she would buy an album Franc made. Jennifer tells Franc when he opens up to back up from the mic and let his voice fill the room. Tyshawn has chosen the song Pillowtalk by Zayn. Mariah advises to use his softer tones so the audience appreciates it when he goes into full falsetto. Franc and Tyshawn take the stage to perform their song choices. Kelly says she doesn’t know what Jennifer is going to do. Adam says they both gave great performances, but maybe Franc is a little further around, but Tyshawn lit the place up. Blake says Tyshawn followed a great performance with another great performance and his range is unbelievable. Jennifer says Tyshawn’s voice has no end to it and he went for the rafters and Franc’s voice cuts like a knife and they are both extremely talented. The time has come to select a winner. Jennifer says the winner of this knock-out is…Franc. We’re going to see Team Kelly’s first pairing of the night, Abby Cates vs Claire DeJean. Abby is going to sing Because Of You by Kelly Clarkson. Kelly says Abby has a huge voice but when she’s powerful that long it diminishes her head voice. Mariah says it’s nice to have that moment and let the audience feel your soul. Claire has selected to sing There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back by Shawn Mendes. Kelly suggests the back-up singers the chorus and Mariah says it allows her to take liberties and ad lib over the chorus. Claire and Abby take the stage to perform. Jennifer doesn’t know what Kelly is going to do. Abby sang her song and Claire made the other song her own. Adam says they were both great and they both just delivered. Adam says Abby sang Kelly’s song without nerves and Claire made the song her own. Kelly says they both did great but she doesn’t want them to split the vote on the lives so she can only move on with one of them. Carson says who’s the winner of this knock-out? Kelly says the winner of this knock-out is…Abby! Let’s check out Team Blake’s pairing of Dave Fenley vs Kameron Marlowe. Dave is going to sing Stuck on You by Lionel Richie. Mariah says Dave did a wonderful job of showing his heart. Kameron is going to perform I Shot the Sheriff by Bob Marley and the Wailers. Blake tells Kameron he looks like he’s uncomfortable and Mariah enjoyed when he used the original melody. Dave and Kameron take the stage to perform. Jennifer says Dave has a classic sound and she loved the energy Kameron brought to the song, but she’d pick Dave’s sound. Kelly says they both have a beautiful tone. Adam says Dave is a hard guy to be in a knock-out round with and Kameron held his own. Adam might go with Kameron. Blake says Kameron is the 21-year old version of Dave and he appreciates how he stepped up and owned the moments. Blake says Dave his singing is ridiculous. Carson says Blake a tough decision here, who’s the winner of this knock-out? Blake says neither one of them screwed the pooch so the winner of this knock-out is…Dave! Kameron is available to steal and Adam immediately hits his button. Kameron is joining Team Adam!
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    The Voice - Season 15 Show Recaps

    The Comeback Stage had their final pairing this last week, Lynnea Moorer vs Ele Ivory. Kelsea says both of these artists are already developed and she can’t wait to work with them. Lynnea has selected the song My My My! by Troye Sivan. Ele has selected the song Back to You by Selena Gomez. Kelsea tells them they are both so talented and artistic. It’s time for their final performance for Kelsea and Lynnea goes first. Lynnea finishes and Kelsea says she makes her smile. Ele is next and she plays piano as she performs for Kelsea. As she finishes, Kelsea says that was gorgeous. Kelsea says they both made their songs completely their own. Kelsea says Ele took the tender lyric and brought it up at the end was amazing and Lynnea moved and she connected her body to her voice. The artist moving on is…Lynnea Moorer.
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