Double shock on ‘The Voice’: Sisaundra Lewis, Audra McLaughlin both eliminated

It was a surprising night on “The Voice” Tuesday as two of our previous frontrunners were eliminated. Blake Shelton team members Sisaundra Lewis and Audra McLaughlin did not even make the top five of the season. Also booted out (but much less shocking) was Delvin Choice from Adam Levine‘s team.

According to our exclusive Gold Derby odds, we predicted Choice would be eliminated. And we also had Kat Perkins heading home. She ended up in the bottom group, but America voted by Twitter near the end of the show to save her.

Our other predicted contender at risk, Josh Kaufman, ended up in much better shape than expected.

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On Tuesday’s live results episode, the four artists with the worst scores had to perform for a last-minute save.

Lewis was first up with the Aretha Franklin classic “Natural Woman.”

Related: Sisaundra Lewis predicted to win ‘The Voice’

McLaughlin was next with “Done” (appropriately it turned out) from The Band Perry.

Related: Audra McLaughlin takes lead to win ‘The Voice’

Perkins brought back the classic rocker “Barracuda” by Heart.

Choice closed out with the Bruno Mars song “Young Girls.”

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All of this means that the five contenders moving on to Monday’s show are Christina Grimmie (Team Adam), Kaufman (Team Usher), Kristen Merlin (Team Shakira), Perkins (Team Adam), and Jake Worthington (Team Blake).

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7 thoughts on “Double shock on ‘The Voice’: Sisaundra Lewis, Audra McLaughlin both eliminated

  1. Which Voice show are you watching? Josh Kaufman in bottom group?….really? Like seriously? I don’t think I’ll read your section anymore cos clearly you aren’t in touch with reality….Josh was hands down the best performer yesterday…and you would know if u actually watched the show and in touch with iTunes!!
    Let me educate you regardless…Josh K is a strong contender in this season,,and if America gets it right this time …He will WIn!!

  2. Rita, I think it’s obvious Josh was staying this week, but that is only to those who had time to watch. The same reason I was able to predict Sisaundra was a goner this week. I’m a big enough nerd to know how these shows usually go. Sisaundra was the oldest and a lot of the votes come from twitter and facebook, not her strongest demographic. Not to mention she sang first this week, and whoever sings first is automatically at a disadvantage. People forget about them by the time the 2 hour show is over. Josh is definitely a contender to win it all. And Jake is highly underrated. People forget about middle American where it’s all about the likable country singer.

  3. I wanted to vote but wasn’t allowed to because I don’t Twitter. I wonder now if this contest represents Americans, or twitterers. . . .

  4. And let’s face it, Sisanundra’s versions of “Oh Sherrie” and “River Deep” the past two weeks were medicore, her take on “Natural Woman” was better, but I think he voice is more suited for back up and haromonizing, rather than leads.

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