The Voice May 20, 2019 Top 4 Contestants Performances Revealed (Recap)
Hey, The Voice fans. Tonight, May 20, 2019, the final 4 contestants Maelyn Jarmon, Gyth Rigdon, Dexter Roberts and Andrew Sevener did indeed hit the stage to perform for America’s vote. They all performed three songs.
They performed a new cover, a duet with their respective coach and an original song. Of course, all the coaches/judges: Kelly Clarkson, Blake Shelton, Adam Levine and John Legend were on hand. Kelly Clarkson and Adam Levine had no artists in tonight’s final.
Maelyn Jarmon hit the stage first to perform a song titled, “Wait for You.” Afterwards, Adam told Maelyn, “Everyone in the finale is fantastic, but I think you should win this thing. It has nothing to do with the coaches. I loves you, and I think you’re incredible.” John said, “I loved the song. It was the perfect choice. It was sung with so much heart. Flawless.”
Next, Andrew Sevener hit the stage with Blake Shelton to perform a duet. They sang, “All Right Now.” There were no judges’ comments for the duets.
Right after Blake and Andrew’s performance, Dexter hit up the stage to sing, “Anything Goes.” Afterwards, Kelly told Dexter, “This was my favorite. I love the soulful country music. You sound very contemporary.” Adam said, “Greatness is genreless. You have that in spades.” Blake said, “Watching the package. It was the perfect song choice for you. You pour your heart and soul into everything. You are the next George Strait.”
Next, Gyth and Blake Shelton performed a duet. They sang, “Take It Easy by the Eagles.”
Right after that, Andrew Sevener arrived on stage again to sing an original song called, “Rural Route Raising.” Afterwards, Kelly told Andrew, “I’m so excited about Travis Tritt. He has a line between old and new country. It’s a killer sound for you.”
Kelly said that because Andrew is going to be performing with Travis Tritt during tomorrow night’s finale show. John said, “You’re really in your zone. I can relate.” Blake said, “You will be singing the song for the rest of your life. That was your performance of the season.”
Next, John Legend and Maelyn performed a duet. They sang, “Unforgettable.”
Shortly after that, Gyth Rigdon hit the stage again to sing, “Once in a Blue Moon.” Afterwards, Kelly told Gyth, “This is my favorite song choice. Smart song selection. Oh, and you look nice. John said, “It was challenging, and you handled it well.” Blake said, “The country fan base and Earl’s family is so proud that you honored him.”
Next, Dexter Roberts hit the stage to sing, “Looking Back.” Afterwards, Kelly told Dexter, “I love your voice. You’re my favorite country artist, and you’re an authentic person.” Adam said, “You’re a solid human being and a fantastic artist.” Blake said, “I believe you’re 100 percent ready to go make an album with this song. You’re the most ready to step in and become a superstar.”
Shortly after that, Andrew Sevener hit the stage to sing, “Lips of an Angel.” Afterwards, Kelly told Andrew, “That was so good. It was great. This is hard.” John said, “If I had to pick among Team Blake, I would pick Andrew.” Blake said,”I don’t know what’s happening right now, but this is your night, and you’re killing it.”
Next, Dexter and Blake Shelton did a duet number. They performed the song, “Hard Workin Man.”
Right after that, Gyth Rigdon hit up the stage again to sing, “Proof I’ve Always Loved You.” Afterwards, Kelly told Gyth, “It’s really cool that you wrote it yourself.” Adam said,”You have it all. You were born to be here in this moment. It’s evident you should be here.” Blake said, “That added another level to the finale. You raised the bar.”
To wrap up tonight’s performances, Maelyn Jarmon sang, “Hallejuah.” Afterwards, Adam told Maelyn, “That was insane, and I don’t know how it would be possible for you to not win this show. You’re an angel from heaven.” John said, “It was stunning. You were amazing. Transfixing performance. America please vote for Maelyn. She deserves to win the voice.”
Again, The Voice season 16 finale show airs tomorrow night at approximately 8 pm central standard time on NBC. It’s a two-hour finale show. At the end, a winner for season 16 will definitely be crowned.
Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “The Voice” report, but definitely stay tuned for more.
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