‘The Voice’ Recap: Two Contestants Are Sent Home Ahead of Season 21 Semi-Finals

Two among the ten remaining contestants, Holly Forbes, Wendy Moten, Jeremy Rosado, Jershika Maple, Lana Scott, Joshua Vacanti, Jim and Sasha Allen, Paris Winningham, Hailey Mia and Girl Named Tom, will be eliminated.

AceShowbiz -“The Voice” season 21 revealed the results of its Top 10 performances in the Tuesday, November 30 episode. In the new episode, two among the ten remaining contestants, Holly Forbes, Wendy Moten, Jeremy Rosado, Jershika Maple, Lana Scott, Joshua Vacanti, Jim & Sasha Allen, Paris Winningham, Hailey Mia and Girl Named Tom, would be eliminated.

Host Carson Daly first announced the first two singers who advanced to the Top 8. They were Team Blake Shelton‘s Paris Winningham and Team Ariana Grande‘s Jim & Sasha Allen. Before viewers got to know more results, former coach Gwen Stefani stopped by to introduce her winner Carter Rubin as he debuted his new song “Horoscope”.

Later, Carson returned to reveal more results. Joining Paris and Jim & Sasha Allen in the semi-finals was Girl Named Tom from Team Kelly Clarkson. The next artists who were saved by America’s vote were Team Blake’s Wendy Moten and Team John Legend‘s Joshua Vacanti. Mae Muller then took the stage to sing her song “Better Days” featuring NEIKED and Polo G.

More results were later announced. Team Blake’s Lana Scott and Team Kelly’s Hailey Mia were named as the next to the semi-finals. It meant, Jeremy Rosado, Jershika Maple and Holly Forbes had to return to the stage to earn the Instant Save.

First to take the stage for Instant Save performance was Jeremy, who opted to sing “What Hurts the Most” by Rascal Flatts. Kelly loved his choice of song because she thought it showed how dynamic he can be as a vocalist. Blake, meanwhile, praised him for going back to country.

As for Holly, she hit the stage to belt out Kelly’s ballad “Because of You”. Blake admitted that he was surprised to see in the bottom three this week because he always thought she would be in the finals. Ariana, meanwhile, called Holly a “vocal titan.”

The last singer to perform for Instant Save was Jershika, who sang “What Is Love” by the “Empire” cast. John called Jershika one of the best people across the season. He also called this performance her best one as it was “powerful, emotional and technically perfect.”

Only one of the three would be advancing to the Top 8 and that was Jershika! Unfortunately, Jeremy and Holly were eliminated.

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