‘The Voice’ Season 13: Can Noah Mac overcome 4/1 odds to beat frontrunner Chloe Kohanski?

According to Gold Derby’s exclusive odds, the winner of “The Voice” Season 13 will be Chloe Kohanski of Team Blake Shelton. She has leading 27/20 odds to prevail as of the semifinals, way ahead of the racetrack odds of second-place contender Noah Mac at 4/1. Do you think Chloe has this victory in the bag, or could Team Jennifer Hudson pull off a victory thanks to Noah? There’s still time to make your predictions, so hurry and give us your “The Voice” picks right now.

Week 4 of the live shows began Monday night on “The Voice,” with Chloe and Noah performing their first duet for America’s votes. They sang a captivating rendition of Chris Isaak‘s “Wicked Game,” complete with red and black flashing lights. Do you think Chloe and Noah did good enough to advance to next week’s Top 4 season finale? Watch their duet from “The Voice” 2017 live shows above.

Our writer John Benutty live-blogged the episode, and as he noted, “Noah has the perfect voice for this song because he sounds a lot like Isaak already, but Chloe’s voice also lends itself really well to it and she’s showing off a more sultry version of her stage persona. I think Noah’s never sounded better actually — the clarity of his voice is coming through in a way that I never noticed before.”

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Following Chloe and Noah on our “The Voice” winner’s chart, Addison Agen comes in third place with 5/1 odds, followed by Brooke Simpson in fourth with 12/1 odds, Davon Fleming in fifth with 28/1 odds, Keisha Renee in sixth with 33/1 odds, Red Marlow in seventh with 40/1 odds and Adam Cunningham in eighth with 40/1 odds. Do you agree or disagree with our Top 8 odds?

Chloe Kohanski is 23 years old and currently resides in Nashville, Tennessee. Here’s the official NBC bio: “Miley was one of Chloe’s musical inspirations growing up. She has always wanted to be a singer but after graduation, she decided to go to college to be an English teacher. Soon after, she realized that wasn’t for her, so she quit school and started playing in a blues band. Her decision to pursue music wasn’t exactly what her parents hoped for, as they have always been concerned that the music industry can be unpredictable. While they always want what’s best for Chloe, they are still supportive of her singing. The Voice is Chloe’s chance to make her parents proud and get validation of her musical talent.”

Noah Mac from Dublin, California is a 17-year-old high school student. His official NBC description reads: “Noah spends most of his time writing and recording music in a studio he built himself in his family’s backyard shed. He got his start in music in the most heartbreaking way – when Noah was seven years old, his 19-year-old sister, Stevie, lost her fight with brain cancer. His sister was his biggest inspiration. Despite his sadness, he decided to sing at her funeral. His performance shocked everyone, including his parents, who had no idea he had a voice. Noah recently produced and released an EP.”

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