‘The Voice’ Top 4 power rankings: Season 14 finalists from best to worst

Season 14 of “The Voice” heads into its final week with just four contestants still standing. Of the four coaches, only Blake Shelton has two artists (Spensha Baker, Kyla Jade) in contention. Kelly Clarkson and Alicia Keys are down to one apiece with Brynn Cartelli and Britton Buchanan respectively. And the fourth coach, Adam Levine, is out of the running.

Levine, who has won three of his previous 13 seasons as a coach on “The Voice,” lost the last of his artists (Rayshun LaMarr) on May 15 when the Top 8 was cut in half. We asked viewers of “The Voice” for their rankings of the Top 4 from best to worst based on their performances during that semi-final show.

Buchanan, who only made it into the final by winning the Instant Save, is the pick of 36% of viewers. He is followed closely by Cartelli at 29% and then Jade with 26%. At the back of the pack is Baker, who registered just 9% of the total tally.

SEE ‘The Voice’ Top 4: Who is singing what songs on the May 21 final?

If you haven’t voted in our poll yet, take a look at the songs they sang on the Top 8 show and then weigh in with your choice of winner. And be sure to sound off in the comments section about your favorites and those that you were glad to see go.

SEE ‘The Voice’ Top 8 Instant Save: Was right artist rescued by viewers of season 14? [POLL]

Spensha Baker (Team Blake Shelton)
“My Church” by Maren Morris
Morris co-wrote this song, which was her debut single in January 2016 and won her the Grammy Award for Best Country Solo Performance in 2017.

Britton Buchanan (Team Alicia Keys)
“The Rising” by Bruce Springsteen
Springsteen penned this song in 2002 in response to 9/11 and won Grammys for both Best Rock Song and Best Male Rock Performance.

SEE ‘The Voice’ winners: Where are they now (Season 1 – 13)?

Brynn Cartelli (Team Kelly Clarkson)
“What the World Needs Now is Love” by Jackie DeShannon
This 1965 tune by Burt Bacharach and Hal David peaked at #7 in July 1965.

Kyla Jade (Team Blake Shelton)
“Let it Be” by The Beatles
This final single from the fab four hit #1 in March 1970.

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