Tuesday night’s The Voice results show revealed which four artists made it to the finals of Season 17. The Top 8 performed on Monday night, but half of the artists had to go home. This week, the first three artists to move on to the semifinals were decided by America’s overnight vote.
The bottom two artists were eliminated automatically, while the middle three artists performed in the Instant Save for America’s vote. Only one of them took the fourth spot in the finale. Read on to find out who made it through to the finals!
The following artists were announced as moving on to the finals based on America’s votes on Monday night. Host Carson Daly said he was announcing the results in no particular order.
Katie Kadan (Team Legend)
Jake Hoot (Team Kelly)
Ricky Duran (Team Blake)
Blake and Trace took the stage to kick off the show with a performance of their song “Hell Right.” Blake ended the performance by declaring, “Merry Christmas, America!”
Australian singer Tones and I performed her song “Dance Monkey,” starting off at the piano and then commanding the stage.
Season 14 The Voice contestant Kaleb Lee performed a duet of the song “I Dream In Southern” with his former coach Kelly Clarkson during the results show.
Hello Sunday, Kat Hammock, and Rose Short were announced as the three artists eligible for the Instant Save. That meant Will Breman and Marybeth Byrd from Team Legend were automatically eliminated.
The duo performed Sia’s “Chandelier” for their last chance to get to the finals. Kelly shared her amazement that they’re only 14 years old. “I am so blessed this season,” she said.
Kat sang “You’ve Got a Friend” by James Taylor for her Instant Save performance. Blake told her that she has “a record to make” even if she doesn’t make it to the finals, adding that her journey with him hasn’t ended.
Rose performed Aretha Franklin’s “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” for her last chance to make it through to the finals. Gwen called it “ridiculous,” in a good way. She said Rose is “the most talented human being I’ve ever been around.”
Viewers had five minutes to vote for which of the three Instant Save artists they wanted to keep in the competition. Ultimately, America voted to keep Rose Short in the competition. Carson said this is the first time in seven seasons that all four coaches have had artists in the finale.
What do you think of the night’s results? Did your favorite artist make it to the finals? Who did you vote for in the Instant Save? Let us know in the comments.
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