‘The Voice’ Knockouts Ends With a Cliffhanger [VOTE HERE]
The Voice Season 19 continued on Tuesday night with the conclusion of the Knockout round. Former coach Usher returned to the show to act as a mega mentor, helping the coaches advise their artists for this week’s performances.
As part of the Knockouts, each singer gets to choose their own song to perform individually, back to back with another artist from their team. The Voice coaches can only pick one to move on, although they also each get one steal to save an artist from another team.
Tonight’s episode also featured this season’s four-way knockout. The artists who were saved by their coaches in the Battle rounds each performed a song. Now it’s up to viewers to vote on which artist should move on to the live shows.
Check out the night’s performances below, and then vote here for your favorite artist in the four-way knockout. Voting is open until 7 a.m. ET on Wednesday morning.
Watch ‘The Voice’ Knockout Performances
Tanner Gomes vs. Marisa Corvo (Team Kelly)
Marisa chose to sing “If I Could Turn Back Time” by Cher, which was written by her friend Diane Warren. Tarren chose to sing “Real Good Man” by Tim McGraw, which he said describes his relationship with his girlfriend. Blake Shelton said Marisa “nailed it,” while John Legend said Tanner showed a lot of personality. Gwen Stefani said he had “cowboy swag.” Kelly Clarkson said they were “equal in completely different ways,” but ended up picking Tanner as the winner.
Cami Clune vs. John Holiday (Team Legend)
Cami chose to sing the Annie Lennox version of “I Put a Spell on You.” John chose to sing the Celine Dion version of “All By Myself.” Gwen said Cami has “something new,” and told John she feels “blessed” to hear someone like him. Kelly said he has “such a beautiful gift.” Blake joked that John is a “pain in my ass” as a coach, because he’s so good. John Legend said both artists gave “flawless performances.” He ultimately chose John as the winner, but Kelly chose to steal Cami for her team.
How To Vote in ‘The Voice’ Four-Way Knockouts
Ryan Gallagher (Team Kelly) chose to sing “Time to Say Goodbye” by Andrea Bocelli. Larriah Jackson (Team Gwen) chose to sing “One and Only” by Adele. Julia Cooper (Team Legend) chose to sing “Wish You Were Gay” by Billie Eilish. Taryn Papa (Team Blake) chose to sing “Cry” by Faith Hill.
Now it’s time to vote for your favorite! The winner of The Voice Knockout will be revealed at the beginning of the first live show next Monday night.[interaction id=”5fbd612605584d037ed0564f”]