‘The Voice’ Live Playoffs: Which Contestants Will Perform?
The Voice Season 20 Live Playoffs start Monday night, as the Top 16 takes the stage for America’s vote. The winner of the Four-Way Knockout will also be revealed during the show, rounding out the Top 17 for this season.
The show took a week off from new performances, so you might need a refresher on which artists are performing on which team leading into the first live show of the season. Get ready to vote for your favorites.
‘The Voice’ Top 16 Contestants in the Live Playoffs
1. Jordan Matthew Young (Team Blake)
This gritty singer has made it through the Battles and Knockouts on coach Blake Shelton’s team after turning three chairs in his Blind Audition. In a season recap, Shelton called him “a very diverse artist,” praising his knack for blues, rock, and country.
2. Anna Grace (Team Blake)
This young singer was a four-chair turn in her Blind Audition, and she ended up joining Kelly Clarkson’s team. After losing her Knockout against Gihanna Zoë, Shelton stole her for his team. Shelton has said that she “can compete vocally with anybody.”
3. Pete Mroz (Team Blake)
This singer used to be in a band with Shelton, even if the coach didn’t recognize him at first. He joined Shelton’s team after turning two chairs in his Blind Audition, and has won his Battle and Knockout. Shelton has said that “the best is yet to come for Pete.”
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4. Cam Anthony (Team Blake)
This singer joined Team Blake after turning three chairs in his Blind Audition. He’s made it through the Battles and the Knockouts on Shelton’s team. The coach has called him a “pop, R&B superstar,” adding that he has charisma that can’t be faked.
5. Kenzie Wheeler (Team Kelly)
This mullet-sporting singer joined Team Kelly after turning four chairs in his Blind Audition. He’s made it through the Battles and Knockouts on her team, with Shelton predicting he could win the entire show. Clarkson called him “totally old school,” while Shelton called him a threat to his team.
6. Gihanna Zoë (Team Kelly)
This 17-year-old singer turned two chairs in her Blind Audition and chose to join Team Kelly. She won both her Battle and her Knockout on Clarkson’s team, and has made the coach cry with her talent. Clarkson has described Gihanna as “my powerhouse.”
7. Corey Ward (Team Kelly)
This singer turned two chairs in his Blind Audition and chose to join Team Kelly. He won both his Battle and his Knockout on her team. Clarkson has described him as a “sensitive soldier,” saying he’s shown off an “intense, emotional side of him.”
8. Zae Romeo (Team Kelly)
This young singer turned all four chairs in his Blind Audition, and chose to join Team Nick. After losing his Knockout against Rachel Mac, Clarkson stole him for her team. The coach has said there’s something sad about Zae’s voice that she loves.
9. Victor Solomon (Team Legend)
This singer wowed John Legend with his own song during his Blind Audition, turning three chairs. He’s won both his Battle and his Knockout on Team Legend. The coach has described Victor as his “classic soul king,” adding that he “projects such positivity.”
10. Pia Renee (Team Legend)
This singer turned two coaches’ chairs in her Blind Audition and chose to join Team Legend. She won both her Battle and her Knockout on his team. Legend has called Pia “dynamic,” adding that “she sings with such heart.” Nick Jonas and Snoop Dogg have compared her to Whitney Houston.
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11. Ryleigh Modig (Team Legend)
This young singer turned two chairs in her Blind Audition and chose to join Team Kelly. After losing her Knockout to Corey Ward, all three of the other coaches wanted to steal her. She chose to join Team Legend. The coach has said there’s “no one like her” on the team.
12. Zania Alaké (Team Legend)
This singer turned two chairs and chose to join Team Legend. She’s won both her Battle and Knockout on his team. Her coach has said she “represents the legacy of Detroit so beautifully.” He’s also praised her grace and class as a performer.
13. Jose Figueroa Jr. (Team Nick)
This singer turned two chairs in his Blind Audition, and he chose to join Team Nick. He’s won both his Battle and Knockout on Jonas’ team. The coach has called Jose “my spirited one,” adding that he has heart and puts the work into his performances.
14. Rachel Mac (Team Nick)
This 15-year-old is the youngest artist in the competition. She joined Team Nick after turning his chair in her Blind Audition, and has won both her Battle and Knockout on his team. The coach has called her a “dark horse” this season, and she’s also one of Shelton’s favorites.
15. Andrew Marshall (Team Nick)
This singer turned Jonas’ chair in his Blind Audition. He lost his Battle to Raine Stern and was stolen by Shelton, but he was later stolen back by Jonas after losing his Knockout to Pete Mroz. The coach has joked that it was “all part of my game plan.”
16. Dana Monique (Team Nick)
This singer turned two chairs in her Blind Audition and chose to join Team Nick, going on to win her Battle and Knockout on his team. Jonas has called her a powerhouse, and Legend has also said she’s “one of the strongest performers on the show.”
Who’s Competing in ‘The Voice’ Four-Way Knockout?
This week’s show will also give us the results of the Four-Way Knockout, featuring artists who were saved by their coaches during the Battles. America voted for their favorites out of Devan Blake Jones (Team Nick), Carolina Rial (Team Legend), Savanna Woods (Team Kelly), and Emma Caroline (Team Blake).
Only one of these four artists will be chosen to perform in the Live Playoffs. That means one coach will have five artists on their team, instead of just four. Find out who we think will win the Four-Way Knockout here. Then watch The Voice on Monday night to find out if we were right.