‘The Voice’: Here’s Who Made the Top 13 After Tuesday Night Eliminations

by Amy Myers
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After yesterday’s live playoffs, there was really no telling which vocalists performed their last songs on The Voice. But now that the excruciatingly long 24-hour wait is over, we finally know the results of the votes. Get ready – you’re about to find out who made it to the Top 13.

The competition is extremely tight this season, and we really don’t want to have to see any one of the Top 20 contestants go. But, as Ed Sheeran so eloquently reminded us, the best singer doesn’t win the competition. Rather, the best competitor does.

With that said, the first contestant to congratulate on Team Kelly is actually a group of three. That’s right, Girl Named Tom made the cut! Yesterday, the trio sang a hauntingly beautiful version of “Creep.” Next was Jeremy Rosado who, sang “When I Was Your Man” by Bruno Mars. His performance was a solid one, and he’s consistently delivered smooth notes and tone throughout the competition.

On Team Legend, Jershika Maple and Joshua Vacanti earned their keep and won America’s vote. Maple performed Maneskin’s “Beggin'” while Vacanti went for Lady Gaga’s “You and I.” Both added just the right amount of flair and originality to their covers, proving that they have more to show.

Team Ariana gets to keep the duo, Jim and Sasha Allen, as well as Holly Forbes. The duo’s performance of “Hey Jude” was a bit shaky compared to past songs, but still earned them a spot in the Top 13. Meanwhile, Forbes’ rendition of Natalie Imbruglia’s “Torn” filled the stadium easily with beautiful, clear notes.

Lastly, Team Blake has Wendy Moten and Paris Winningham. Moten’s performance of Whitney Houston’s hit made her a shoe-in for the Top 13. Meanwhile, Winningham continued his winning status with “I Wish It Would Rain.”

‘The Voice’ Coaches Save One Contestant, Wildcard Instant Save Revealed

Of course, this only accounts for eight out of the 13 contestants left in The Voice competition. The coaches each had one opportunity to save the vocalist of their choosing. The results were as follows:

Team Kelly: Gymani
Team Legend: Shadale
Team Ariana: Ryleigh Plank
Team Blake: Lana Scott

None of these choices came as a shock, as these four easily had some of the best performances of the night. However, the Wildcard Instant Save left many The Voice fans with a bit of disappointment after seeing several season favorites go. After a tough round of last-chance covers, Hailey Mia won back her place as the final contestant in the Top 13 with her performance of Christina Perri’s “Jar of Hearts.”

This meant that we had to say goodbye to Libianca, Peedy Chavis, Samuel Harness, Bella DeNapoli and Vaughn Mugol.

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