Who is left on the voice: Who are the five finale contestants?
Who is left on the voice? On “The Voice,” there are currently five competitors left in competition, and on Monday, December 12, they will battle in the first half of the finale for the chance to win everything.
The top five contestants will do their final performances on Monday’s program, and viewers will vote on their favorites. The live results show, during which the competition’s winner will be announced, will take place on Tuesday, December 13.
Who is left on the voice and their respective coaches are listed below.
Team Legend: Omar Jose Cardona
His coach acknowledged Cardona as the “favored to win” the competition. During his initial audition, he sang Journey’s “Separate Ways,” which earned him four chair turns from each of the show’s four judges.
The vocalist, who is 33 years old and draws inspiration from pop and traditional rock-and-roll, has developed a reputation on the show as the future rock-and-roll star.
Team Camila: Morgan Myles
Myles is still a formidable opponent in this competition; week after week, he manages to win over the judges and the viewers at home with his impressive performances. “Hallelujah” by Leonard Cohen was the song she sang for her blind audition. She was given a chair turn in the four coaches’ chairs.
Since 2002, the musician, now 35 years old, has made his home in Nashville, where he continues his career as an artist while also touring and playing in the city. In addition to that, she is the only woman who is still competing in the competition.
Team Blake: Bryce Leatherwood
Leatherwood gave his performance using the hit song “Goodbye Time” by Conway Twitty. After his debut performance, he had country singer coaches Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, and John Legend competing with one another to have him join their squad.
The contestant, now 22 years old, participated in the sixth season of the competition as a member of Team Usher. After some time, he was eliminated from the competition.
“Are you saying that you have great taste in music?” Shelton disclosed this information to him during his audition.
Team Blake: bodie
Contestant Bodie was another one of the four chairs turns blind auditions, and all of the coaches were vying for the contestant to join their own teams. He performed “You Found Me” by The Fray for the audition.
Shelton declared that “this may be the greatest performance I’ve ever seen on this show” during his top 10 renditions of JVKE’s “Golden Hour.”
Team Blake: Brayden Lape
Despite being the youngest competitor in the competition, the coaches were thrilled with his performance at the blind audition. The native of Michigan is only 15 years old.
The first part of Lape’s blind audition consisted of him performing a cover version of Niall Horan’s song “This Town.” With the exception of Shelton, none of the coaches ended up pressing their button. On the other hand, Stefani voiced her disappointment that she did not choose Lape.
Shelton speculated that the youth in question might be a hidden gem. “I can’t believe I’m the only one who made that turn. This youngster sings and writes his songs. He’s folk. He’s a hottie. He is the kind of player who will significantly contribute to my team.
The only coach that does not have a competitor competing in the final round is Stefani.
On the show that airs on Tuesday night, we will find out who the winner is. Fans who want to vote can do so by going to NBC.com/VoiceVote or downloading the official The Voice app. According to NBC, a fan can cast their vote for an artist ten times per email account they utilize. The voting period begins on Monday at 8 p.m. ET and continues until Tuesday at 7 a.m. ET the following day.
The next episode will run on Monday evening at 8 o’clock Eastern Time (ET). Fans may watch “The Voice” online via streaming services such as Peacock and fuboTV. Those interested in becoming members can test out either platform for free before committing.