Entering tonight’s The Voice 24 episode, we knew we’d have a chance to see both Team Reba and Team Gwen feature their artists. For the sake of this article, though, let’s focus a little bit more on Team Reba, a group full of entertainers and performers who really wanted to show what they could bring to the table.
First and foremost here, let’s salute Ms. Monet for getting that second chance with the Super Save! We never thought that she would win the show, but she’s an accomplished vocalist and we do think it was really great for her to have this chance to go out there and perform again.
The moment that we saw Jacquie Roar and Jordan Rainer out there, it felt pretty clear that she was going to choose both of them to move forward. They both had that vocal power that we know she wants, but at the same time also a great style and sense of self-identity. It can be hard to stand out within this world! You want to find people really capable of it.
So what was Reba’s decision tonight? Well, first and foremost she got the predictable choices out of the way, sending Jacquie and Jordan through. The last person who she decided to advance was Ruby, which brings us to another pet peeve on this show: Why is it that the producers love to emphasize anytime that you have a contestant under 18? Does it really matter when they are competing against adults?
To us, there is no questioning that Reba has a team full of some really strong female vocalists but of the group, we tend to think that Jordan is the most interesting. The question is whether or not viewers are going to connect to her, since you can easily argue that Ruby has more of that natural country support behind her.
Who did you want to see advance from Team Reba on The Voice 24 tonight?
Be sure to let us know right away in the comments! Once you do just that, be sure to get some more news on the series moving forward.
This article was written by Jessica BunBun.