During the Nov. 25 results show of “The Voice” Season 7, voters proved two things. First, that they’re totally fine giving third chances. Second, that they strongly prefer this year’s crop of men over the women.
After a night of hit or miss live performances on Monday’s show, America learned that Team Gwen’s Anita Antoinette and Ryan Sill would join Team Blake’s 16-year-old wunderkind Reagan James in this week’s bottom 3.
Per the show’s rules, the trio with the least votes gets a last chance performance to convince America to save them in the #InstantSave – a paper thin five-minute window in which the audiences' votes on Twitter will save one of the bottom three from elimination, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Reagan James swung for the fence with Nelly Furtado’s “I’m Like a Bird,” while Antionette took on Jason Mraz’s “The Remedy." Unfortunately for the two ladies, Ryan Sill was rescued by the #InstantSave for the second week in a row after performing his rendition of Howie Day’s “Collide.”
After last night’s eliminations, “The Voice” Season 7 is now down to just one female voice, Team Pharrell’s DaNica Shirey. Luckily for her, she doesn’t seem to be in any danger of finding herself in the bottom three any time soon. As Entertainment Weekly points out, the talented performer might have what it takes to go all the way.
Meanwhile, Team Blake has dwindled down to just one member, Craig Wayne Boyd. However, like Shirey, all eyes are on this country performer to be among the best of 2014, especially after his stellar performance on Monday’s live show.
It’s also worth noting the current lead might of Team Adam, which is the only team since the top 12 to have avoided being in the bottom 3 entirely each week.
“The Voice” Season 7 top 8 performers will take to the stage on Monday, Dec. 1, at 8 p.m. EST on NBC as follows:
Taylor John Williams
Craig Wayne Boyd