‘The Voice’ Prediction: Who Will Make it to the Top 5 of Season 21?
This season of The Voice has been a rollercoaster of emotions. Every singer to hit the stage in this season has premiered amazing vocal talent throughout each round of the competition. Although many fan favorites have been eliminated, only the best of the best is left standing this season.
There are still eight singers left in the competition. By the end of Tuesday night’s semifinals, there will only be five remaining singers. Here’s who we think will be in The Voice top five, ranked by which position we think they’ll take in the finale.
Tonight’s episode of The Voice will be filled with good music and a twist. On top of tonight’s chosen songs, artists will perform 90’s duets for the coaches. Make sure to tune into NBC tonight to see how these singers do. Voting will be open during the show on both The Voice app and website.
5. Jim and Sasha Allen
This father-son duo has proven themselves since their instant save performance, but still receive some hate on social media. The singers are notorious for singing classic rock hits. During the Top 10 performances, we saw their best performance yet, but I don’t think it’s enough to win the show for them.
Don’t get me wrong, Jim and Sasha Allen have been my favs throughout the season, but they haven’t hit the level that Girl Named Tom has been at since day one. Tonight they’ll be singing “Mrs. Robinson” by Simon & Garfunkel.
4. Lana Scott
This Team Blake member was saved by her coach twice, but has really proven herself in these past few weeks of the competition. She’s shown that she’s an extremely versatile artist by taking on multiple pop songs throughout the competition. Although she may not be every The Voice fan’s cup of tea, country fans love her on this show. Tonight, Lana will be singing “Something In The Water” by Carrie Underwood.
3. Hailey Mia
This 14 year-old singer has absolutely nailed all of her performances in the live shows. Both her on-stage confidence and voice are years ahead of her real age. The coaches repeatedly remind the audience of her youth because it’s absolutely unbelievable.
I think that Hailey Mia will find success similar to Carter Rubin without winning the show. She is incredible. Tonight Hailey will be performing “Someone You Loved” by Lewis Capaldi.
2. Wendy Moten
Wendy is a seasoned singer who hasn’t held back throughout the competition. She’s repeatedly premiered amazing vocals. At one point, I thought she was sure to take home the grand prize because she is truly amazing.
The chances of her going home before the finale are extremely low. Tonight Wendy will be performing “You’re All I Need to Get By” by Marvin Gaye.
1. Girl Named Tom
Since day one, The Voice fans have been obsessed with Girl Named Tom. This four-chair turn sibling group has exceeded expectations on Team Kelly and has topped the iTunes charts after multiple performances. These siblings came into the competition sounding like a recording group and will leave as one.
There’s no doubt in my mind that they’re winning this season. They are by far the most popular group to ever make it this far on The Voice. Tonight Girl Named Tom will perform “River” by Joni Mitchell.
Who Will Be Eliminated in the Semifinals?
Outside our Top 5, we’re left with Joshua Vacanti, Jershika, and Paris Winningham. All three of this singers have had their ups and downs in this competition. They all have unique voices that could bring them into the finale, but I think their chances are pretty slim compared to the other great artists this season.
Although I’m pretty sure these three artists will be up for elimination, they have great song choices this week. Joshua will be showing off his strong vocals with “Ashes” by Celine Dion; Jershika will show off her beautiful low register with “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me” by Elton John; Paris Winningham will show off his jazzy side with “Close The Door” by Teddy Pendergrass.