This week on The Voice 2013 we said goodbye to Team Adam’s James Wolpert and Team Blake’s Cole Vosbury. Cole’s exit wipes out Blake’s team.
Upon their exits, both artists told reporters that they weren’t really surprised with their eliminations.
“I was super prepared for it, but it’s still painful when you’re up there and you have to say goodbye to everybody in the moment,” Wolpert told Entertainment Weekly. He added that he’s not looking at his
The Voice 2013 Final Three were announced Tuesday night as James Wolpert and Cole Vosbury were eliminated based on America’s votes.
So that means Tessanne Chin and Will Champlin from Team Adam and Jacquie Lee from Team Christina will battle it out in next week’s finale. And with that kind of talent and coaching, it’s seriously anyone’s game. Picking who is going to win this thing is going to be hard. But let me try.
Tonight The Voice 2013 Top 3 will be announced and we’ll know who will be competing in next week’s grade finale. So that means two of either Tessanne Chin, James Wolpert, Will Champlin, Jacquie Lee or Cole Vosbury will be leaving the show tonight, just short of the final performance show.
We’ll be delivering the results to you live, but don’t expect a lot of action too soon because there are a lot of guest performances
Tonight on The Voice 2013 we find out which of the final five move on to next week’s season finale and based on the iTunes charts, it’s not going to be hard to predict how it will turn out tonight. At least the first two spots.
Tessanne Chin’s “Bridge Over Troubled Water” is still sitting at No. 1 on the iTunes charts as I type this. Jacquie Lee’s “Angel” is at No. 6 and just before
Tonight is the last results show before The Voice 2013 finale. So we’re only one week away. And tonight we’ll know which three finalists will be competing for America’s votes and the title of The Voice 2013 champion.
So that means two artists leave the competition tonight based on America’s votes and iTunes sales from last night’s performances. So two of these artists: James Wolpert, Will Champlin, Tessanne Chin, Jacquie Lee or Cole Vosbury will be
Tonight on The Voice 2013, the Top 5 semi-finalists will give everything they’ve got for a shot at next week’s season finale.
Team Adam still has all three — Tessane, James and Will, while Teams Christina and Blake each have one left — Jacquie and Cole, respectively. Cee Lo will still be watching from the side lines.
As always, I’llbe live-blogging the Top 6 performances. I’ll review each performance and assign the letter grade I think each
Tonight Cole Vosbury sings “Shameless” on The Voice 2013 Top 5 performance show for Team Blake. Cole represents the last singer on Coach Blake’s team as they prepare for the final rounds of this season’s Voice performances.
Cole’s pick for his Top 5 performance comes from Billy Joel along with covers by Garth Brooks. You can actually catch both of them performing it together in the video below.
Cole Vosbury managed to avoid the Bottom 2 last
Tonight on The Voice 2013 Jacquie Lee sang Angel by Sarah McLachlan in her bid to win the season during next week’s season finale. Her selection offers a big opportunity with such an emotional song and as Team Christina’s sole competitor all the pressure is on her shoulders.
Last week Jacquie managed again to avoid falling in to the Bottom Two, but with the crowd growing thinner this is no time for her to relax. Let’s
The Voice 2013 Top 5 sem-finalsts are set to take on one song each tonight and Tessane Chin hopes America likes her version of “Bridge Over Troubled Water” enough to send her on to the season finale next week.
Team Adam’s Tessane has had a very solid season and has never had a bad performance night. So will her version of Simon and Garfunkel’s “Bridge Over Troubled” water keep her safe? Or will she be in
The Voice 2013 Top 5 take to the semi-finals stage tonight to sing for America’s votes and a spot in the finals. Will Champlin is hoping for a spot with his performance of “Carry On” by fun.
Team Adam’s Will has surprised us week after week after going from a “who is that guy” to a front-runner. If he manages to keep his momentum going tonight with “Carry On,” then he should have a spot in