‘The Voice’ Top 11 Gets Serious About Competition

Season 14 of The Voice is heating up with the Top 11 facing off against one another to earn a spot in the Top 10.

‘The Voice’ Top 11 Gets Serious About Competition
THE VOICE -- "Live Top 11" Episode 1416A -- Pictured: Kyla Jade -- (Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC)

As each week continues, viewers come closer to learning the fate of their favorite contestant on The Voice as season 14 continues to roll on. On Monday night (4/30), fans watched as the Top 11 battled for a space in the Top 10 as the competition continued to heat up.

Kicking off the night’s performances was a member of Team Blake Shelton. Pryor Baird has been a fan favorite since his blind audition and has become a name to remember. This week, Baird turned to fans for his song choice, landing on “Night Moves” by Bob Seger. Shelton advises his mentee to slow things down and show a different side to his raspy vocals. Taking his advice to showcase some more tender moments, Baird knocks the performance out of the park.

Team Blake’s Kyla Jade also impressed viewers with her powerhouse performance of Aretha Franklin’s “Sweet Baby Sweet Baby (Since You’ve Been Gone).” The former back-up singer has quickly become a superstar and unafraid to step out solo into the spotlight. Her coach, like the fans, is thoroughly impressed with her cover, adding that she might just steal this season away from everyone else.

The final performance from Shelton’s lineup came from Spensha Baker. Adding the emotional “Better Man” by Little Big Town to her repertoire, she holds her own during the emotional ballad. While her voice is a little choppy, the notes she does hit are spectacular, earning her praise from the coaches. Her personality also shines through, giving fans yet another reason to cast their vote.

One of the night’s other countrified performances came from Kelly Clarkson’s team. Kaleb Lee heated things up with a rowdy cover of Travis Tritt’s “T-R-O-U-B-L-E”. The tune is a tough one to keep up with, with its fast pace and numerous words. Lee does his best to hold his own for the tune from 1992 and makes his coach proud in the meanwhile.

Fans will find out the fate of their favorites when The Voice returns Tuesday night (5/1).