“The Voice” held another nail-biting vote reveal on Tuesday, and the results officially eliminated one coach’s team from the competition. But who didn’t make the finals from Teams John Legend, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, and Camila Cabello?
Team Shelton, on the other hand, was fast to be safe. All three of the longstanding coach’s remaining singers – bodie, Brayden Lape, and Bryce Leatherwood — were voted into the finals, leaving Teams Legend, Stefani, and Cabello with only two seats in the last five.
Morgan Myles, the final member of Team Cabello, received one of those seats. The vocalist, who devoted her last performance to her brain cancer-stricken relative, fell into tears as she hugged her overjoyed first-time “Voice” coach.
In the bottom four, teams Stefani and Legend compete.
That left all three Team Legend singers, as well as the one surviving Team Stefani vocalist, competing for the final slot in the finale. Each artist entered the stage one more time before a live immediate saves vote determined who would advance to the next round.
Team Legend’s Parijita Bastola took the stage first, performing “Make You Feel My Love.” Legend’s response was straightforward, telling the cameras, “America, you know what to do.”
Team Legend’s Kim Cruse then joined the stage for Eric Carmen’s “All by Myself.” Legend said her “really one of the finest vocalists I’ve ever heard.” ‘The Voice’ coach Gwen Stefani accuses a performer of lip syncing: ‘There was no way that was real.’ “You’re simply wonderful,” he continued. “Just incredible. It’s quite moving. You’ve mentioned your insecurities, yet I see you facing them with courage.”