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Lessons learned from Tuesday’s results on The Voice

Every member of Team Blake -- (from left) Bodie, Rowan Grace, Bryce Leatherwood and Brayden Lape -- advanced again this week on The Voice. (NBC Photo)

Every member of Team Blake — (from left) Bodie, Rowan Grace, Bryce Leatherwood and Brayden Lape — advanced again this week on The Voice. (NBC Photo)


Aspiring Voice contestants watching Tuesday’s results show should have learned two things.

First, you can stick to your musical guns, so to speak, but you have to play the game at least a little.

Devix took a gamble Monday, singing a song few Voice voters likely knew ( “R U Mine” by Artic Monkeys).

Now he’s no longer on the show despite turn in, what I thought, was a pretty damn good performance.

Second, if you audition for The Voice and Blake Shelton turns his chair, do not think about it, do not waver. Join Team Blake.

Blake’s four-member team skated through Tuesday’s results show unscathed for the second straight week.

Ah, you might say, but so did Team Legend.

The difference: Every member of Team Legend sang and performed like a potential finalist Monday night.

On Team Blake, I’d argue that could only be said for Bodie.

The good news is that Voice voters rewarded the Monday night performances from Morgan Myles and Kim Cruse.

They’re proving themselves the best two vocalists on the show with a string of superb performances and now both are part of the Top 10.

Eliminated Tuesday along with Devix were Eric Who, also of Team Camila, and Alyssa Witrado of Team Gwen.

Here are the singers who advanced in the order they advanced.

Justin Aaron (Team Gwen) — Getting the pimp spot and making it work earns him another week. Keep the gospel songs coming for him, Gwen.

Bryce Leatherwood (Team Blake) — I just knew Voice fans weren’t going to dump the show’s only male country artist.

Omar Cardona (Team Legend) — Can’t argue with him advancing after the way he sounded Monday night.

Bodie (Team Blake) — Another good choice on the part of Voice voters. This guy might be finale bounds.

Morgan Myles (Team Camila) — She and Kim Cruse are the best singers on Season 22. That’s been established.

Rowan Grace (Team Blake) — Wow, that is a surprise! Rowan’s Monday vocal was simply not up to Top 10 standards.

Kim Cruse (Team Legend) — Hooray! Voice voters rewarded Kim for a stunning performance. I was a bit worried because she needed John’s save to advance last week.

Brayden Lape (Team Blake) — He turned in another mixed bag performance Monday. But he completes a Team Blake sweep Again.

Parijita Bastola (Team Legend) — Thrilled to see her advance. Among The Voice youngsters, she’s been most impressive.

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1 Comment

  1. TiredofTripe November 23, 2022 at 11:38 am -  Reply

    Rowan Grace, made the Top Ten, not only because she’s on Team Blake, but also she’s a young, cute white girl.

    “The Voice” also seems to have at least one of them a season, who lasts longer than better singers.

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