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‘The Voice’ Top 9 Is Announced


Nine singers progressed, and three were eliminated Tuesday night (May 7) on NBC’s The Voice, as the live round once again dished up its share of drama.

Earlier, on Monday night, each of the Top 12 hit the stage and sang for their lives in the competition.
On this occasion, America voted while coaches Reba McEntire, John Legend, Chance the Rapper and newbies Dan + Shay were on hand to give input.

During Tuesday night’s Top 9 announcement, the four singers with the lowest vote count were returned to the stage. The prize – the “Instant Save,” bringing with it entry into next week’s semi-finals.

For their last chance, Nadège hit “Smooth Operator” by Sade; L. Rodgers performed Elton John’s “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down On Me,” Zoe Levert covered Kacey Musgraves’ “Slow Burn,” and Tae Lewis’ tackled “The Church on Cumberland Road” by Shenandoah.

There could be only one. Team Dan + Shay’s Lewis got the nod.

“That was like a finale performance,” Dan Smyers told Lewis. “We are so proud of you, how far you’ve come. I hear it in your voice, I see it in your eyes (and) I feel it in your soul. You want to be here. You deserve to be here.”

The 32-year-old Goldsboro, NC native joins Bryan Olesen (Team Legend), Maddi Jane (Team Chance), Madison Curbelo (Team Dan + Shay), Asher Havon (Team Reba), Karen Waldrup (Team Dan + Shay), Serenity Arce (Team Chance), Josh Sanders (Team Reba) and Nathan Chester (Team Legend) in the semis.

Perhaps it’s beginner’s luck. Perhaps they’ve got the secret sauce. What we do know is that Dan + Shay lead the way, representing three of the final nine contestants.

Watch Tae Lewis’ performance on season 25 of The Voice below.


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