With the lineup on “The Voice” really starting to be narrowed down, this is the point where admittedly, some really good people can end up going home. There are only eight contestants left, and next week, there will only be two. Basically, the finale is a stone’s throw away, and less than half of the contestants on this season are going to make it there.
We have to start out with the obvious: Of course Michelle Chamuel and Danielle Bradbery were safe. These two have consistently stayed around the top when it comes to iTunes sales almost all season long, and this means that they are probably locks to make it to the finale next month.
There was a little bit more in the way of wiggle room among the rest of the remaining contestants, but if we are honest, we must admit that the only three that we felt were in serious jeopardy going into this were Holly Tucker, Judith Hill, and Sasha Allen. Specifically, the latter seemed a lock to leave, given that her song was ranked at the bottom of the iTunes sales chart which is a pretty good indicator of who goes home.
However, Sasha has fans! Even though they did not buy her single, they kept her safe for another week. The final four were Judith, Sarah Simmons, Amber Carrington, and Holly. The good news was for Blake Shelton’s team, as he got to (yet again) keep every member of his team until the top 6. Meanwhile, Adam is stripped of two of his team members in Judith (considered to be a favorite earlier this season) and also Sarah. Now, he’s just left with Amber. A pretty shocking end to the night, and one that we don’t fully agree with.
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