Who’s Performing in the Final Knockouts of ‘The Voice’ Season 21?
The Voice Season 21 returns Monday night for the final round of Knockouts, as the coaches pair up the remaining artists on their teams for a chance to go to the Live Playoffs. This round, the coaches also get the chance to steal one artist from another team.
‘The Voice’ Season 21 Final Knockout Pairings
John Legend will be teaming up Shadale and Samara Brown. Samara will be singing “The Best” by Tina Turner, while Shadale takes on “Impossible” by Shontelle. Legend also paired Paris Winningham and steal Jershika Maple. Jershika will sing “Inseparable” by Natalie Cole, while Paris performs “Tennessee Whiskey” by Chris Stapleton.
Blake Shelton, meanwhile, is pairing up Lana Scott and Carson Peters. Carson will be singing “Amarillo by Morning” by George Strait while playing the fiddle, and Lana will perform “Wildest Dreams” by Taylor Swift. Shelton also paired Berritt Haynes and Peedy Chavis. Berritt is singing “I Swear” by John Michael Montgomery, against Peedy’s “Unchain my Heart” by Joe Cocker.
Ariana Grande chose to pair up Bella DeNapoli and Katherine Ann Mohler. Bella chose to sing “Chandelier” by Sia, while Katherine Ann will perform “Poison” by Bell Biv Devoe. Grande also paired up steal Manny Keith with father-son duo Jim and Sasha Allen. Manny will sing “Golden” by Harry Styles, while Jim and Sasha take on “Home” by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes.
Finally, Kelly Clarkson will only have one pair of artists in the final round of Knockouts. She teamed up Xavier Cornell and Jeremy Rosado. Jeremy is singing “Run to You” by Whitney Houston, and Xavier chose “Falling Slowly” by Glen Hansard.
What to Expect from the Final Night of the Knockouts
Monday night’s new Knockouts episode will once again feature Ed Sheeran as the Mega Mentor. He’ll help out all four coaches with preparing the artists for their performances. As usual, it looks like tonight’s artists are surprised and excited to meet Sheeran.
Shelton is the only coach who has a steal left to use in this round of the competition. We’ll definitely see him hit his button to get an artist on his team. We wonder which of the other coaches he’ll choose to steal from.
Once the Knockouts are over, The Voice will air a “Road to the Live Shows” special on Tuesday night before the Live Playoffs officially start next week. The competition is narrowing down, and soon it will be time for fans to vote for their favorites.