‘The Voice’ Top 8 ranked from best to worst by viewers: Chloe Kohanski, Addison Agen, Noah Mac …

After the elimination of Ashland Craft and Shi’Ann Jones on the Dec. 5 results show, “The Voice” is now down to just eight artists hoping to win season 13. Only Blake Shelton still has all three of his artists in the competition. Adam Levine and Jennifer Hudson are down to two apiece while Miley Cyrus has just one. We asked you which of these Top 8 sounds most like a winner.

Thousands of you voted in our poll so far and just four of the eight contestants registered double digit support. Shelton’s Chloe Kohanski is the pick of a whopping 42% of readers while Levine’s lone female artist, Addison Agen, is at 22%. Hudson’s Noah Mac, is third with 11% while Cyrus’s sole artist, Brooke Simpson, has 10% of of the total tally None of the other four artists merited more than 6% of the vote.

If you haven’t voted in the poll yet, take a look at our recap of the performances from the third live show on Dec. 4 and then cast your ballot for your choice for champ. Be sure to sound off in the comments section.

Chloe Kohanski: “Call Me” (Team Blake Shelton): 42% of vote
Blondie recorded this catchy tune for the 1980 film “American Gigolo” and ruled the charts for six weeks.

Addison Agen: “Lucky” (Team Adam Levine): 22% of vote
Britney Spears did well worldwide in 2000 with this song from her second studio album “Oops!… I Did It Again.”

Noah Mac: “Ordinary World” (Team Jennifer Hudson): 11% of vote
This chart-topper was the first single from Duran Duran‘s self-titled 1993 album, commonly known as “The Wedding Album.”

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Brooke Simpson: “Amazing Grace” (Team Miley Cyrus): 10% of vote
This Christian hymn was published in 1779, with words by the English poet and Anglican clergyman John Newton.

Davon Fleming: “Hurt” (Team Jennifer Hudson): 6% of vote
Christina Aguilera
had a hit with this song that she recorded for her fifth studio album, “Back to Basics,” in 2006.

Red Marlow: “That’s What I Love About Sunday” (Team Blake Shelton): 4% of vote
Craig Morgan had his only number one single with this track from his 2004 album “My Kind of Livin’.”

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Keisha Renee: “All by Myself” (Team Blake Shelton): 3% of vote
Eric Carmen had the biggest hit of his solo career with this 1975 song based on the second movement of Sergei Rachmaninoff‘s Piano Concerto No. 2 in C minor, Opus 18.

Adam Cunningham: “Maybe It Was Memphis” (Team Adam Levine): 1% of vote
Pam Tillis got to number 3 on the country single charts with this 1991 track from her album “Put Yourself in My Place.”

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