THE STORY SO FAR! Last
week, Matthew Schuler could not beat history, as he
became the latest Twitter-saved singer to be eliminated.
Now there are no second chances as we move one week
closer to Finale Night.
We're going to kick it
off with the top 5 singing "Best Day Of My Life" by
JAMES WOLPERT begins the
night up against it, having been saved by Twitter. That
has been a death knell THREE WEEKS RUNNING. Can James
break the curse? He'll try with U2's "With Or Without
THEY SAY: Adam doesn't
care about the competition, saying he "knows how
incredible that performance was". Christina loved that
performance, as did Blake.
WE SAY: I'd comment on
how flat and emotionless this performance is, but given
the track record, it probably won't matter.
Reigning "Voice" Danielle
Bradbery is in the house tonight. She'll be on stage
On stage NOW... WILL
CHAMPLIN, the walking instrument who pushes everyone to
be better. He is going to give an added push to the
competition with fun.'s "Carry On".
THEY SAY: Adam notices
that this is the first time he's seen Will smile. He's
getting into the competition. Cee-Lo thought it was a "swaggy"
open-minded anthem. Blake was "wrapped up in it."
WE SAY: Very soulful,
very charged. He has once again put the competition on
In the Sprint Skybox, the
cast of season 4 of NBC's "The Sing-Off", which look
like they could be in a group themselves. Catch Ben,
Jewel, Shawn, and Nick directly upon the conclusion of
Next, JACQUIE LEE is up
the gut with a soulful rendition of "Angel" by Sarah
MacLachlan. The song itself is about finding comfort in
yourself, but will we find comfort in her?
THEY SAY: Christina was
flummoxed by what she ended up doing, saying that she
ended up "going big in the perfect places". Cee Lo says
he was affected by that performance.
WE SAY: Nothing like a
good old-fashioned belter. And kudos to her for not
making it a soundalike, making it uniquely hers.
Fourth in line, COLE
VOSBURY, who enlists TWO coaches to help him look and
sound good for the show. He's chosen to perform
"Shameless" by Billy Joel (as recorded by Garth Brooks).
THEY SAY: Blake thought
it was incredible and that he finally knows who he is as
an artist. Cee Lo says that he performs every song like
it is his.
WE SAY: It's a little bit
country, a little bit rock & roll, a little like Cole
himself. And it suits him like a T. He needs just a TAD
more power in parts, but he should have no problem
making it to the finals. Because like Jason Block
says... Country votes.
TESSANNE CHIN is going to
close out the night. And if you've ever heard Tessanne,
you know that spells danger for the rest of the field.
She's getting a power ballad to close us out, Simon &
Garfunkel's "Bridge Over Troubled Water".
THEY SAY: Adam said it
was the most flawless he's ever seen her on the show.
Blake thought it was beautiful.
WE SAY: It's typical
Tessanne. She sings. She sings beautifully. She can't
miss a beat.
SAFE: Will, Jacquie
TROUBLE: Cole (because someone has to be in the trouble
Five becomes four, as we
name your finalists NEXT TIME! In the meantime... stay
tuned for "The Sing-Off" coming up over most of these
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