Usher eliminates two more artists on Tuesday’s ‘The Voice’

Usher made his final three selections on Tuesday’s “The Voice.” With those choices, we now know the 12 finalists for the live shows starting next week on NBC.

Following the playoff nights from his opposing coaches — Adam Levine, Shakira, and Blake SheltonUsher’s team did not have a great hour. Not one of his finalists was as good as any of the other performers from previous shows.

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His first competitor was T.J. Wilkins singing the Rufus song “Tell Me Something Good,” which was written by Stevie Wonder.

Melissa Jimenez was next and a little shaky with the Beyonce hit “Halo.”

Rocker Stevie Jo showed his blues range with the classic “The Thrill Is Gone” by B.B. King.

The Rolling Stones slow rocker “Wild Horses” was then sung by Bria Kelly.

Maybe the best performance of the night was saved for last with Josh Kaufman on the Bruno Mars tune “It Will Rain.”

Usher then picked Kelly, Kaufman, and Wilkins as his only remaining team members.

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“The Voice” returns next Monday, April 21, for its first live shows of the sixth season. The 12 contenders will now be in the hands of the American voters.

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