Now that it’s down to the top five contenders on “The Voice,” it is very obvious that all of these men are great singers. But two of them will be voted out Tuesday night. Will it be Chris Jamison and Damien Lawson, the two that you are currently predicting at the bottom of our odds?
Jamison has already been saved twice before, including last week by a social media vote at the very end of the show. You have been predicting Lawson for elimination before, but he still survives.
Matt McAndrew is at the top of our leaderboard with 14/5 odds (see chart at left). Craig Wayne Boyd is next at 4/1, but Taylor John Williams is very close at 5/1. Much longer shots are Lawson at 11/2 and Jamison at 13/2.
The coaches this year are Adam Levine (winner of the first and fifth seasons), Blake Shelton (champ for the second, third, and fourth seasons), and newcomers Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams. Even though Williams technically has no remaining artists, he could get a slot back with this year’s “wild card” selection (see below for details).
Let’s take a look at the five remaining contenders and their performances from Monday night:
Craig Wayne Boyd: 4/1 odds for Team Blake. From Nashville, TN. His Monday songs were “Workin’ Man Blues” by Merle Haggard and “The Old Rugged Cross”
Damien Lawson: 11/2 odds for Team Adam. From Monroe, LA. His Monday songs were “She’s Out of My Life” by Michael Jackson and “I Don’t Want to Wait” by Paula Cole.
No matter which two artists are eliminated at the beginning of Tuesday’s show, they will have a chance at redemption with a unique twist this season. Those two men along with seven other recently departed contestants (Anita Antoinette, Reagan James, Sugar Joans, Jessie Pitts, DaNica Shirey, Ryan Sill, Luke Wade) will compete for a “wild card” slot against the top three. That “wild card” artist will be chosen by the end of Tuesday’s episode.
Have you been making predictions for the live shows? If not, it’s now time for you to pick which artists will be eliminated this week, who will be the overall winner this year, and even which coach will take the crown. Get these questions right and you could find yourself on our Season 7 leaderboard next week. Last season’s contest winner was Brian Clores. You can click here to check out his archived point totals.
We had an excellent 18 of our users with 100% perfect predictions this past week: Last year’s champ Brian Clores, Jason Nolette, WiltedYouth, Denton, and Luan Milhomes (see chart at left) or click HERE for full results.
Can you match their perfect scores or even take down Brian this year? Get started with your predictions HERE or scroll down and tell us who you think will win “The Voice” using our easy drag-and-drop menu. To check the current rankings of all your favorite singers, visit the show’s prediction page. There, you will find which contenders are out front and who’s falling behind based on their overall Gold Derby predictions.
Do you have what it takes to win the cutthroat reality competition here at Gold Derby? Our grand prize winner will receive a $100 Amazon gift certificate and the chance to talk to host Carson Daly at season’s end. And every week, we will be canvassing our top predictors who will share their insights.
To get started, CLICK HERE or scroll down and make your first prediction using our easy drag-and-drop menu. Don’t worry, you can keep changing your predictions right up until show time. But we urge you not to wait till then.
Why? Because your predictions will factor into our official racetrack odds that are pored over by other “The Voice” fans and TV execs who want to know which artists you love and hate, who you want to win and who you are desperate to see get a send-off.
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