NBC’s ‘The Voice’ results: Did #VoiceSave get Mary Sarah, Laith Al-Saadi, Bryan Bautista in finale?

VoiceTonight, “The Voice” had its most epic results show of the entire season. How else do you explain an hour of television that guts the remaining eight artists down to four?

What we are going to do in this particular results show reaction is list off the people who are in the finale one at a time, based on the order in which they were called safe.

1. Adam Wakefield – The country / soul singer is at this point the favorite to win the season, especially when you consider his affiliation with Blake Shelton, by far the most popular with the fans. We’re going to get a chance to see what he brings to the final round.

2. Alisan Porter – She made it! She was the other favorite who we expected to advance to the finale, mostly because she has shown time and time again that she has the talent to pull off a title, and give Christina Aguilera the first win ever by a female coach.

3. Hannah Huston – We’re a little surprised here, mostly because we didn’t think we were going to get so lucky as to see her in the finale. She’s still an underdog, but she didn’t need the Save to get her to the next step.

#VoiceSave Artists – Here we go. Mary Sarah, Laith Al-Saadi, and Bryan Bautista are up for the final Save. The three competed, and in the end, Laith was the one who advanced! What we do like about this is that each coach has an artist in the finale. Strange that it actually worked out that way.

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