Only one of the four coaches on “The Voice” — Blake Shelton — still has three artists in the competition while two — Jennifer Hudson and Adam Levine — are down to two apiece and Miley Cyrus has just one. All eight of their acts sang on the fourth live show of Season 13 on Monday, Dec. 11. The goal for each was to make it into the top 10 on iTunes by Tuesday morning so that they can reap the benefit of a vote multiplier. The competition will be cut in half on the results show on Dec. 12.
Which one of these remaining eight artists do you think will win “The Voice” this season? Take a read of our recap of their performances and then vote in our poll. And be sure to also make your predictions as to who will come out on top and who will be eliminated this week. You can keep changing your predictions until just before the live result shows air. You’ll compete to win bragging rights and a $100 Amazon gift certificate on any shows with live episodes. See our contest rules and sound off with other fans in our reality TV forum.
Adam Cunningham: “I’m Already There” (Team Adam Levine)
Lonestar got to number 1 on the country single charts with this 2001 track from their fourth studio album of the same name.
Davon Fleming: “Gravity” (Team Jennifer Hudson)
John Mayer won a Grammy in 2009 for his rendition of this track on Where The Light Is: John Mayer Live In Los Angeles”
Red Marlow: “Go Rest High on That Mountain” (Team Blake Shelton)
Vince Gill won two Grammys in 1996 for this sixth single from his album “When Love Finds You.”
Keisha Renee: “What Hurts the Most” (Team Blake Shelton)
This song by Jeffrey Steele and Steve Robson has been covered by such diverse acts as country band Rascal Flatts and pop singer Jo O’Meara.
Chloe Kohanski: “I Want to Know What Love Is” (Team Blake Shelton)
Foreigner had a #1 in 1984 with Foreigner with this lead single from their fifth album, “Agent Provocateur.”
Noah Mac: “River” (Team Jennifer Hudson)
British singer Sarah Grace McLaughlin, who goes by the stage name Bishop Briggs, had a big hit in 2016 with this tune.
Addison Agen: “Both Sides, Now” (Team Adam Levine)
Judy Collins won a Grammy in 1967 for this Joni Mitchell folk song, which the latter re-recorded in a lush version in 2000.
Brooke Simpson: “Faithfully” (Team Miley Cyrus)
Journey got to #12 on the Billboard Hot 100 with this 1983 track from their album “Frontiers.”