Sasha was eliminated on the June 11 episode of ‘The Voice,’ and I’m NOT happy about it. After taking on both Whitney Houston and Donna Summer, there’s no way she should have gone home!
This season of The Voice has got to be one of the most shocking ever. While all the contestants are extremely talented, for some reason the better singers were sent home early. Then, right before the finale, we said goodbye to Sasha Allen — the most powerful singer on the entire show!
Sasha Allen: The Elimination That Shocked Us All
Honestly, those are four extremely difficult artists to take on. And not only did Sasha nail the vocals, but she also put on stunning performance after performance — always impressing and entertaining.
‘The Voice’ Final 3: Who Will Take It All?
After the eliminations, Team Adam and Team Shakira were officially out of the game. Now it’s a three-way battle between country duo Swon Brothers and 16-year-old Danielle Bradbery — both members of Team Blake — and Usher‘s Michelle Chamuel.
While all three put on great performances last week, we’ve got a feeling that since Sasha is gone, it will come down to either Danielle or Michelle. Country fans love Danielle; at just 16, she has a strong voice and adorable charm.
Michelle, however, is loved by so many. She doesn’t have the best voice, but has incredible energy and such a positive message for other young artists: Be yourself, and be the best you can be! It’s definitely working; people are voting and loving her.
That leaves the Swon Brothers. As a country girl, I would definitely buy this duo’s album; they have that adorable “Okie from Muskogee” charm and would really stand out in the country world. Unfortunately, what they don’t have is the star factor of Michelle and Danielle.
HollywoodLifers, do you think Sasha should have made it to the finale?
— Emily Longeretta
More ‘The Voice’ Season 4 Elimination News:
- Blake Shelton ‘Worried For Holly Tucker’ Before ‘The Voice’ Elimination
- Holly Tucker: Why I’m Heartbroken I Got Kicked Off ‘The Voice’
- Judith Hill: ‘The Voice’ Elimination Felt Like ‘The Hunger Games’