Give it up for the girl power, because three out of the four finale contestants will be women on this season of The Voice.
As determined by America’s vote, it seemed like the viewers at home enjoyed the sounds from some talented females by sending Kyla Jade and Spensha Baker from Team Blake Shelton on to the last episode. Team Kelly Clarkson also received some love with her hopeful, Brynn Cartelli, also moving forward into the mix.
The results also left Pryor Baird, Britton Buchanan and Kaleb Lee clinging for a shot at the finale as they all had to compete one more time for that coveted spot. Baird relied on his rasp to win over fans during his performance of “Soul Shine,” while Lee focused on his country heart when he took on “Simple Man.” It was Buchanan that stole the show, and the last slot in the final episode, when he broke hearts singing “Dancing On My Own.”
It wasn’t all hard work on the live broadcast as Shelton got up on the stage to sing his current hit, “I Lived It.” Kane Brown even made a brief appearance with a rendition of his recent No. 1 hit, “Heaven,” to fans’ delight.
Next week will change the life of one lucky and hardworking individual as the champion of The Voice will officially be crowned following some stellar last-time performances.
The finale of this season of The Voice will air on Sunday and Monday night at 8 p.m. EST on NBC.