‘The Voice’: How To VOTE On The First Ever Four-Way Knockout [VIDEO]
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The Voice knockouts wrapped up on Monday night, and it’s time to vote for your favorite artist in the first ever four-way knockout. The four artists who were saved by their coaches in the battles each performed a song, but only one can go to the live shows.
The Voice fans can go here to vote for your favorite artist from the four-way knockout. Voting is open until 7 am ET on Tuesday morning, and the results will be announced when the live shows start. Check out the night’s performances below.
‘The Voice’ Knockouts & How To Vote
Mandi Castillo vs. Thunderstorm Artis (Team Legend)
Mandi chose to sing “Stand By Me” by Ben E. King, while Thunderstorm performed “Preach” by his coach John Legend. Thunderstorm chose to perform on guitar to stand out from his coach. John said he loved Thunderstorm’s version of the song, but said both artists are “so good.” Ultimately, he chose Mandi as the winner. Nick chose to steal Thunderstorm.
Arei Moon vs. Jon Mullins (Team Nick)
Allegra chose to sing “You Don’t Know My Name” by Alicia Keys, in honor of her husband. Jon performed “Thinking Out Loud” by Ed Sheeran for his wife. Kelly complimented how physical both of the singers are on stage. Nick chose Arei as the winner of the knockout.
Micah Iverson vs. Tayler Green (Team Kelly)
Micah chose to sing “Graveyard” by Halsey, while Tayler performed “Time After Time” by Cyndi Lauper. Blake and John both questioned Micah’s song choice and praised Tayler’s. Kelly said she was “torn,” and asked for an extra second to decide. She ultimately chose Micah as the winner.
Allegra Miles vs. Jacob Miller (Team Nick)
Allegra sang “Chandelier” by Sia, while Jacob chose to perform “Better Now” by Post Malone. Kelly and Blake thought the knockout was “even,” but Blake predicted that Allegra could win the show. Nick chose Allegra as the winner of the knockout, and said she’ll be in the finale.
Cedrice vs. Toneisha Harris (Team Blake)
It was a Rihanna-themed knockout, as Cedrice sang “Love on the Brain” and Toneisha sang “Diamonds.” Toneisha dedicated her emotional performance to her late father. Nick said he was “mad” at how talented Toneisha is. Blake said the artists are different, but gave “equal” performances. He ultimately chose Toneisha as the winner. Kelly chose to steal Cedrice.
‘The Voice’ Four-Way Knockout & How To Vote
The Voice‘s first four-way knockout for America’s vote featured saved artists Todd Michael Hall (Team Blake), Nelson Cade III (Team Legend), Michael Williams (Team Nick), and Samantha Howell (Team Kelly). Nelson performed “Best Part” by Daniel Caesar, Samantha sang “Always on My Mind” by Willie Nelson, Michael took on “You Are the Reason” by Calum Scott, and Todd did “Somebody to Love” by OneRepublic.
Vote for your favorite four-way knockout performance on the Voice website or using The Voice app. Let us know whose performance was your favorite in the comments.