‘The Four’ finale: Wrong artists won seats, say 61% of readers

The finale of “The Four” is on Thursday, Feb. 8 and fans of the first season of this Fox reality series are outraged about the four artists still in the competition. A whopping 61% of our readers think that the wrong quartet is still singing on “The Four: Battle for Stardom.” If you haven’t voted in our poll, be sure to cast your ballot at the bottom of this post. Then sound off in our comments section about this new reality competition series hosted by Fergie.

Episode five was taped before the decision was taken that, in the wake of allegations of inappropriate behavior, record executive Charlie Walk will not be a judge on the two-hour final. He and singers Sean Combs, DJ Khaled and Meghan Trainor weighed in on the merits of the six artists that were trying to steal a spot in the final from one of the four semi-finalists.

Based on their decisions and the votes of the studio audience, each of the four singers that started out the show with a place in the final was bounced. Two of them (Jason Warrior and Kendyle Paige) were ousted by newcomers Vincint Cannady and Evvie Mckinney respectively. The other two (Nick Harrison and Tim Johnson, Jr. ) lost their seats to comeback artists Candice Boyd and Zhavia.

SEE ‘The Four’ judge Charlie Walk won’t be on Feb. 8 finale

Fans of “The Four” are fuming at this turn of events. They wonder why they tuned in for four weeks to watch when the line-up for the finale was decided in the last moments of the penultimate episode. The final four artists in the hunt for the contract with Republic Records are: Candice Boyd, Vincint Cannady, Evvie McKinney and Zhavia. Are you happy with this result or do you think that the audience got it wrong with at least one of these choices? Vote below and then sound off in the comments section.

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