The top 12 artists sang on “The Voice” Monday night knowing that two of them will be going home this week. After watching those dozen performances, do you know for certain who will be eliminated? Hurry — make your predictions and you could win our weekly prize of a $100 Amazon gift certificate and a place of honor on our reality TV leaderboards. You have until 5:00 p.m. PT on Tuesday to predict this week’s results. It’s fun and easy, so start now by scrolling down and predicting who will be eliminated next.
Many people have been making their picks over the past few days. Based on those results so far, Gold Derby users are torn over which two are done. For Adam Levine‘s team, the choice is Brian Johnson at 2/3. For Blake Shelton‘s team, you think it will be Hannah Kirby at 1/1. For Christina Aguilera‘s team, you predict it will be Rob Taylor at 5/6. And for the Pharrell Williams team, the choice is Koryn Hawthorne at 10/9.
Country legend Reba McEntire is the mentor for all remaining artists this season. Here is our recap of the dozen performances Monday night with odds for elimination:
Hannah Kirby (Team Blake; 1/1 odds) sang “Edge of Seventeen” by Stevie Nicks.
Deanna Johnson (Team Adam; 15/2 odds) performed “Oceans” (Hillsong United).
Sawyer Fredericks (Team Pharrell; 14/1 odds) chose the classic “Imagine” (John Lennon).
Rob Taylor (Team Christina; 5/6 odds) sang “I Put a Spell on You” (Screamin’ Jay Hawkins).
Joshua Davis (Team Adam; 20/1 odds) sang “America” (Simon and Garfunkel).
Kimberly Nichole (Team Christina; 8/1 odds) performed “House of the Rising Sun.”
Last week, the official Gold Derby odds predicted seven of the eight who would be eliminated. For Team Blake, we foresaw the eliminations of Brooke Adee and Sarah Potenza. For Team Adam, we predicted correctly the loss of Nathan Hermida and Tonya Boyd-Cannon. For Team Christina, we were exactly right about the removal of Lexi Davila and Sonic. And for Pharrell Williams, we knew that Lowell Oakley would be gone but missed on Hawthorne (who Williams saved over Caitlin Caporale).
Remember that coming out on top doesn’t just mean answering the week’s questions correctly. You also have to use your three big bets (500 points and two of 200 points) strategically to score the most game points. If you bet on a long shot who pulls off an upset, you can really rack up the points. As we use those point totals to break ties when more than one user tops our leaderboard with the same number of correct answers, don’t take them for granted.
That’s how Denton Davidson, one of Gold Derby’s top reality TV gurus, won last week’s prediction contest. Along with 19 other people, he scored 100% by correctly predicting one of the two artists eliminated per coach. He racked up the most points by puting his 500 points on Sonic when she had odds of only 9/1 for elimination; her ouster netted him 4,500 points. And he earned 1,000 points for predicting that Boyd-Cannon would get the boot (200 points at 5/1) and 900 points for foreseeing the end of the road for Caparole (200 points at 9/2). His final pick, Adee, was at 1/1 when he predicted her to be eliminated.
Which of the four coaches will lose an act on Tuesday evening? Remember that none of the coaches have a save remaining, so all results will strictly be based on the popular vote. Start or update your predictions below by deciding which, if any, of Shelton’s three artists will be tossed off.
Then do the same for the other three coaches. And be sure to lock in your prediction for the ultimate winning artist and coach.
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We are forecasting everything from the results on reality TV shows like “The Amazing Race,” “Dancing with the Stars,” and “Survivor” to the winners of the Academy of Country Music and Tony Awards and both Daytime and Primetime Emmys.
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For each TV show, cast your votes on several different questions relating to the upcoming episode. And remember to place your 500 and 200-point bets wisely.