It’s the semi finals on “The Voice” and out of the thousands who tried for an audition, only eight acts remain. On results night half of them will be eliminated to reveal the Final Four battling for the win.
This week “The Voice” is heading back to the 80’s for the duets.
Team Legend’s Katie Kaden gets the night of music started off with “Lady Marmalade” by Labelle. John is the only coach who still has all of his team in tact. Carson said that was how you kick off the semi finals as the crowd goes wild. Kelly said that Katie is fun to watch; adding that it is awesome that Katie is on the show, Gwen said that it was her favourite Katie performance so far; adding that Katie demands attention. John said that every song Katie sings, she makes it her own and owns every performance.
Team Blake’s Kat Hammock with the Keane hit “Somewhere Only We Know”. Kelly said that the production was beautifully done; adding that kat did a fantastic job.
Gwen called Kat gifted and unique; adding that she could have a whole career in music. Blake called it Kat’s most powerful performance on the show; adding that she has a magical gift. Saying that Kat needs to be making records, Blake said that he isn’t going anywhere.
In the first duet of the night Ricky and Will pair up for “Your Love” by The Outfield. The performance included the guys rocking out on their guitars.
After her save last week, Team Legend’s Marybeth Byrd returns and takes on Carrie Underwood with “Before He Cheats” and brought John to his feet. Noting it was a tough vocal to tackle, Blake said that Marybeth did a great job. John said that Marybeth was like a new artist tonight; adding that it was her best performance.
Team Kelly’s Hello Sunday chose “Don’t You Worry About a Thing” by musical icon Stevie Wonder. John called it a fantastic performance. Kelly said that they did so well; adding they brought their A game.
In the next duet, Jake Hoot and Marybeth Byrd pair up for for “Up Where We Belong”.
Team Blake’s Ricky Duran takes on The Beatles with “Let it Be”. Known for his rocking guitar, Ricky starts the song on the piano and later moves to the guitar. An excited coach Blake said that Ricky gave the vocal performance of his life.
With blue hair and a bright pink jacket, Team Legend’s Will Breman performed the Bruno Mars song “Locked Out of Heaven”. Will went into the audience during his performance and rocked with the crowd. Carson called it a classic Will performance; adding you never know what he is going to do. John called Will’s stage presence electric.
Powerhouse singers Katie Kadem and Rose Short join forces for a performance of “Express Yourself” by Madonna.
In the final duet of the night, Hello Sunday and Kat Hammock join up up for a performance of the Pat Benatar song “We Belong”.
Team Gwen’s only remaining artist Rose Short takes on the Foreigner hit “I Wanna Know What Love Is” and brought the coaches to their feet. An emotional Gwen called the performance unbelievable. Kelly called Rose a gift.
Team Kelly’s Jake Hoot closes out the show with a performance of his mom’s favourite song “Desperado” by The Eagles. During rehearsals Kelly had no notes for Jake. Carson said that Jake did Mama Hoot proud. John noted that Jake’s voice is so comfortable; adding that he is a joy to hear. Kelly said that Jake has an incredible voice; adding that he delivered it perfectly.
On Tuesday, eight becomes four.