And then there were six! Usher and Shakira finally got to breathe sighs of relief on the results show, but that meant Adam & Blake were on the edge of their seats.
All the teams were intertwined on May 28, when they sung duets. However, even though the contestants gave it their all on The Voice, two singers still had to go home — and you wouldn’t believe which ones were eliminated.
Duets Light Up The Stage
This season, we got used to seeing Sheryl Crow as the mentor for Blake Shelton‘s team, but tonight she headed back to the stage to perform her new hit “Easy,” with the help of The Swon Brothers, Danielle Bradbery and Holly Tucker.
Then, the teams were mixed together for some duets. First Judith Hill and Michelle Chamuel performed “Sweet Nothing,” followed by The Swon Brothers and Sasha Allen singing an emotional “Don’t You Want To Stay.”
Other duets of the night included Sarah Simmons and Danielle singing “A Thousand Years” and Amber Carrington and Holly Tucker sung “Does He Love You.”
Top 6 Revealed After Shocking Eliminations
That meant that Adam Levine and Blake’s teams faced their first eliminations of the season! We heard Adam whisper “I hate this country,” right before finding out who went home.
Maybe he meant he hates country music, since Blake got to sit tight. Adam went from three to one, when both Judith and Sarah were eliminated, shocking everyone.
In case you’re keeping track, Shakira, Usher and Adam all have just one contestant left, while Blake has three. So, is he heading for the threepeat?
So, HollywoodLifers — did the right people go home? Vote below!
— Emily Longeretta
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- ‘The Voice’ Recap: Shakira & Usher’s Teams Fall Short
- ‘The Voice’ Recap: Usher Strips Down & Top 12 Impress