Is this finally time for pop sensation Christina Aguilera to have the winning artist on NBC’s reality show “The Voice“? She has tried time and again, failing as a coach every time to rivals Blake Shelton and Adam Levine.
Our brand new Gold Derby predictions center is now open, and you could win money by telling us which artist will win for this eighth season (see details below on how to enter). We also want to know which contenders from Team Christina will go home this week and which ones will move on.
Let’s take a look at her five remaining contestants:
India Carney – From Brooklyn, NY. India has been studying music for most of her life. In junior high, she attended a performing arts school where she was classically trained in opera. From there, she was recruited to UCLA’s classical music program, where India and some fellow classmates formed a band, which led them to a gig opening for The Roots. Her audition song was “New York State of Mind.”
Kimberly Nichole – From Seattle, WA. When Kimberly was attending college in Atlanta, she had the opportunity to open for Janelle Monae. After that performance, she moved to New York in the hopes of fulfilling her aspirations. Kimberly, always rocking her signature tutu, quickly gained momentum – touring overseas, performing as a backup singer for Gloria Gaynor and opening for Aloe Blacc. Her audition song was “Nutbush City Limits.”
Lexi Davila – From Lorain, OH. Lexi grew up in a small Ohio town watching her mom sing in church. She’s a timid girl, so music has always been a great way for her to gain confidence. At 15, Lexi entered a national music contest where she won first place with her original song. Her audition song was “Dreaming of You.”
Rob Taylor – From Baton Rouge, LA. Rob learned to sing at church with his grandmother. When he graduated high school, he auditioned for and was accepted to Boston’s Berklee College of Music. Even though he was offered a partial scholarship, he chose to stay home and care for his ailing mother. His audition song was “I Want You.”
Sonic – From Woodland, CA. When Sonic was six years old, she learned she was completely deaf in one ear. But instead of being afraid to sing, she embraced her unique sound and even landed a record deal at 14. That didn’t work out, but she continued to pursue music and is currently a member of a music collective in San Francisco. Her audition song was “Money on My Mind.”.
Now it’s your turn to sound off about this eighth season of “The Voice.” Our predictions center is now officially open so that you can predict the winners and losers each week for the rest of this season of “The Voice.” Score the most points each week and win bragging rights and a $100 Amazon gift certificate.
You can predict which coach will win this season, which artist will be the champ, and who will go home each week. Just use the simple drag-and-drop menu like the one below.
Make or update your predictions each week by dragging contestants from left to the right in your forecasted order of finishing. You can continue to update and change your predictions all week long until 4:00 p.m. PT each Tuesday. Just click “Save Predictions” when you’ve settled on your choice.
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