Who’s Left on ‘The Voice’ Top 5? Vote Now For Your Favorite!
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The Voice Season 24 finale comes down to five talented vocalists aiming to be crowned the next champion. After Blind Auditions, Battle Rounds, Knockouts, and Playoffs, Mara Justine, Huntley, Jacquie Roar, Lila Forde, and Ruby Leigh emerged from the pack of competitors to sing for viewer votes one last time.
Before taking a look at where each artist comes from, place your bet on which singer will take home the prize on Tuesday night’s episode.
Who’s Left on The Voice Season 24?
Ruby Leigh – Team Reba
At just 16 years old, Missouri native Ruby Leigh is this year’s youngest finalist. However, the country singer’s yodeling chops and maturity on stage already earned high praise from coaches. Reba McEntire, who serves as Ruby’s coach, called the teen “the complete package.”
Viewers voted Ruby as the probable champion based on prediction polls. Her rendition of “Long Long Time” by Linda Ronstadt wowed the judges and showcased skills beyond her years.
Huntley – Team Niall
Huntley hails from Virginia and works as a booking agent for bands when not performing himself. The 33-year-old father of two adds rock flair to his varied vocals. All four coaches turned their chairs for Huntley during his soulful blind audition. Along with Ruby, Huntley also scored well in finals prediction polls. Between his standout talent and family man appeal, he poses stiff competition for the title.
Jacquie Roar – Team Reba
Oregon wedding singer Jacquie Roar initially impressed with her single “Fire on the Mountain” released over the summer. Her coach, McEntire sees star potential in the 37-year-old performer’s powerful voice and delivery.
Lila Forde – Team Legend
Seattle resident Lila Forde boasts experience across jazz, folk, and other genres at just 25 years old. John Legend oversees Lila as she vies for votes during the finals.
Mara Justine – Team Niall
At 21, New Jersey native Mara Justine is this season’s second youngest competitor behind Ruby. Mara first broke out as a child sensation on shows like America’s Got Talent. Both Mara and Huntley train under coach Horan’s oversight as the finale fast approaches.
When Will The Voice Finale Air?
The two-part finale airs December 18 and 19 on NBC. Through a combination of fan voting and coach input, the field will narrow from five down to the winner. The victor receives a $100,000 cash prize alongside a recording contract with Universal Music Group.
Season 24 marked perhaps the most competitive season ever with abundant standout talent. Viewers will soon see which blend of talent, personality, and determination wins over audiences most during the final episodes. Regardless of who eventually prevails, coaches and fans agree Season 24 showcases impressive artistry across the entire top five that foreshadows bright futures in the industry.