Last night on The Voice went pretty much how you would expect as far as who was chosen to stay except for who went home. That may seem like a contradiction, but it’s not. Jon Mero has a great voice and is an amazing performer. I thought he was going to go much further than this…everyone did. But if you look at the overall pattern of this season and the show in general it’s easy to see why.
Adam did nothing to push his acts on social media or in the competition. Look at the other coach’s social feeds and it becomes clear that Adam had his mind elsewhere. In general this season he seems largely checked out. He doesn’t want to win as bad as the other three and that’s why he isn’t going to. It’s no coincidence that the bottom 2 people were team Adam and it wasn’t because of talent.
Jon Mero didn’t do himself any favors on social media either, especially seeing as Adam wasn’t giving him support. It’s the world we live in that if you want to go far you need to have your social game on point and Jon does not. I hope he takes this as a learning lesson because the dude is super talented.
There was NO WAY Jon was going to beat a country artist for the instant save. We’ve done studies of the audience of The Voice with algorithms and graphs, (seriously), so we can understand the people we’re writing for and it is clear that country (Blake) fans dominate. There was absolutely no way that Jon wasn’t going home going up against Adam. The country artist will almost always win. We’re sorry to see him go, though. Jon is a lot of fun to watch. And he’s a fan of our site.
A singing competition where a panel of four coaches - Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton, John Legend, and Kelly Clarkson- select and guide participants for their team, ensuring their act wins the competition with a record deal and a cash prize.