Tonight’s The Voice results show is more important than most. After all, isn’t that what happens when a spot in the season 21 finale is at stake?
For a good while now, we’ve felt like Wendy Moten and Girl Named Tom are the two favorites to win. While the latter may have a slight edge, we’re not someone to ever rule out a person on Blake Shelton’s team entirely. Lana Scott was also someone we felt fairly good about thanks to her genre so if you were to assume those three were automatically making it through, that doesn’t leave a whole lot of spots open elsewhere.
Of course, we also know that making assumptions is never a great idea, especially since things can get pretty unpredictable, especially once the Instant Save comes into play. At that point, the show becomes about which fan base is the most active at that given moment in time.
Advancing without the Save – Wendy was announced first! We more than expect the producers to put the obvious picks up first here. Following her we had Girl Named Tom and then Paris Winningham! We were a little surprised by the latter, but remember that this is Team Blake we’re talking about.
Finally, Hailey Mia went through! That meant that Jershika Maple, Lana Scott, Jim and Sasha Allen, and then Joshua Vacanti were up for the final save. Going into it, we thought America would have gone with Lana — Ariana rallies hard for Jim and Sasha, but they’ve been in danger before.
Who got the Save? – It was Jershika Maple! She’s deserving, but we can’t help but also be surprised. This was not what we imagined going into the finale, but it’s sometimes nice to see the unexpected. She’s the underdog, but maybe she’ll take advantage of that! Still, we think it comes down to Girl Named Tom and Wendy in the end; nothing we saw tonight fundamentally changes that.
What do you think about the latest The Voice season 21 results?
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