NBC’s ‘The Voice’ results: Did #VoiceSave put Paxton Ingram, Nick Hagelin into top 8?

VoiceLast week, the results on “The Voice” were somewhat predictable thanks mostly to one thing: Two artists charting much longer on iTunes than almost anyone else. It was easy to imagine Daniel Passino and Nick Hagelin being the bottom two, and lo and behold, they were.

Going into the night, we felt roughly the same thing about Paxton Ingram and Nick. Both were far behind the rest of the field in iTunes, and unless there was a major surprise (such as Blake Shelton fans really carrying the day for Paxton), this was an easy result to telegraph. The first two artists safe were Hannah Huston and Bryan Bautista, and we never thought either one of them was going to be in danger going into this episode. The same goes for Adam Wakefield, who was announced as safe next.

Later on the show, Laith Al-Saadi and Mary Sarah were also confirmed to be coming back, so no shocker here. The only shocker we guess is Alisan Porter’s name not being called yet, but we don’t really think that this means anything. Lo and behold, she was the next person called out safe.

We were eventually left to a showdown between Paxton and Nick, and in the end, Paxton advanced! His performance tonight was far and away the better of the two, so we’re not even remotely surprised about this. Also, he has a more popular mentor in Blake Shelton, and that always seems to go for something with these shows.

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