Well, “Voice” fans — we’re near the end. The live Season 4 semi-finals have come to an end, taking two artists from the Top 5 with them. With the Top 3 revealed, the stage has been set for an intense final next week.
The first finalist saved, earning a spot in the finale, is Michelle Chamuel, while the second saved is Danielle Bradbery. The last person saved, entering the Top 3, is The Swon Brothers, meaning both Sasha Allen and Amber Carrington are heading home.
With that, both Adam Levine and Shakira are out of the competition, with no artists left to spur on. So, Season 4 comes down to defending champion coach Blake Shelton and newbie Usher. Do Usher and Michelle stand a chance against Blake and his country brigade? Next week will be a nail-biter.
Did the right three artists make it into the Top 3, “Voice” fans? Or are you disappointed over Sasha and Amber’s losses?
– The Top 5 took the stage only once tonight to sing, tackling Poison’s “Every Rose Has It’s Thorn.” They sounded lovely, with Sasha handling those ending line high notes with aplomb. It’s a shame she was shown the door tonight.
– It was also a night of homecomings, with Season 3 finalists Nicholas David and Terry McDermott returning to the stage to perform their new singles, “Say Goodbye” and “Pictures,” respectively. It’s great to see these two guys back tonight. Both represent a sound that wasn’t given much airtime this season, and their original material sounds promising.
– Season 2’s Tony Lucca (he of the infamous Christina Aguilera feud) also returned to pimp his new single, “Never Gonna Let You Go.” (What took so long?) He announced that former coach Adam signed him to his record label and is taking him out on tour at the end of summer, which is legitimately cool.