‘The Voice’ playoffs: Which Team Jennifer Hudson artist was robbed of place in Top 12? [POLL]

Season 13 of “The Voice” aired the first playoff round on Monday, Nov. 13. This two-hour episode featured the teams of two of the four coaches: Jennifer Hudson and Blake Shelton. Each had to decided which three of their six artists to take through to the live shows. While Shelton has been with “The Voice” and won five of the previous 12 seasons, Hudson is a newcomer to the US edition of the show. However, she did just win the British version of “The Voice.”

Hudson is hoping to replicate that success with her three live show finalists: Davon Fleming, Shi’Ann Jones and Noah Mac. Do you think she made the right picks? Below, read a brief recap of each of the three artists that didn’t make the grade with her — Lucas Holliday, Hannah Mrozak and Chris Weaver — and then vote in our poll as to which of these three was the most deserving to move on to the live shows. And be sure to sound off in the comments section.

Lucas Holliday (Comeback Artist)
Blind Audition: “This Woman’s Work” (one-chair turn)
Battle Round: “My Prerogative” (won over Meagan McNeal)
Knockout: “Tell It Like It Is” (lost to Shi’Ann Jones)
Playoff: “The Beautiful Ones”

Hannah Mrozak
Blind Audition: “Starving” (three-chair turn: went with Adam Levine)
Battle Round: “Cold Water” (won over Brandon Showell)
Knockout: “Love on the Brain” (Levine chose Anthony Alexander; stolen by Jennifer Hudson)
Playoff: “Learn to Let Go”

Chris Weaver
Blind Audition: “Try a Little Tenderness” (four-chair turn: went with Jennifer Hudson)
Battle Round: “Dangerous Woman” (won over Kathrina Feigh)
Knockout: “I Put a Spell On You” (won over Katrina Rose)
Playoff: “California Soul”

SEE ‘The Voice’: All 10 coaches ranked from best to worst

This playoff episode of “The Voice,” as well as the ones to air on Nov. 14 featuring the six artists on Team Miley Cyrus and Nov. 15 with Adam Levine‘s top six, were taped at the end of the summer. That is a departure from the format used for the past six seasons of “The Voice” where America voted in two live playoff episodes.

You can start making winner and elimination predictions for “The Voice” next week. In the meantime, be sure to make your predictions for “Dancing with the Stars,” “Survivor” and more reality show to help set their racetrack odds. You can keep changing your predictions until just before the live 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. Read more Gold Derby entertainment news.

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