On Tuesday’s edition of “The Voice,” the bottom two vote getters among the Top 11 artists were Sharane Calister from Team Adam Levine and Christiana Danielle from Team Alicia Keys respectively. Each had to sing one more song to try and win votes cast by viewers via Twitter. Danielle won the audience over and our readers were equally enamored. By a margin of 59% to 41% they preferred her performance over that of Calister and were happy she won the Instant Save.
Perhaps the fact that Calister sang first hurt her in the public vote. Those watching the show live in the Eastern and Central time zones knew when to weigh in via Twitter. Fans of either artist in the rest of the country had to rely on social media if they wanted to back their favorite, albeit without having seen the performances.
Many of our readers thought Danielle really connected with the lyrics of her save song: “A Thousand Years,” the Christina Perri song from the first film in the “Twlight” franchise. Calister faltered with her rendition of the 2008 Beyonce hit “If I Were a Boy.”
Do you think that Danielle deserved to win the Instant Save more than Calister? Vote in our poll below and sound off in the comments section.
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