Who Will Win Season 9 Of The Voice?

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4 Singers Move On To Season 9 Voice Finals

Finale Performances

The Top 4 performed last night on night one of the Season 9 finale of The Voice. Here’s a playlist of the performances we put together using Huzzaz. Each of the singers performed a song of their choice, a duet with their coach and a holiday song.

Emily Ann Roberts sang “Burning House” by Cam. Jeffery Austin sang ‘Stay” by Sugarland. Barrett baber sang ‘Die A Happy Man” by Thomas Rhett and Jordan Smith sang “Climb Every Mountain” from The Sound of Music.

Finale Update

The Coach Duet songs have been announced for the Season 9 Finale of The Voice.  Coach Adam Levine will sing “God Only Knows” with Jordan Smith. Blake Shelton has two team members in the final four and will perform twice. He’ll sing “Rhinestone Cowboy” with Barrett Baber and “Islands In The Stream” with Emily Ann Roberts.

Jeffery Austin will sing “Leather and Lace” with his coach, Gwen Stefani.

The Top 4 perform on tonight’s edition of The Voice on NBC. The results will be announced on tomorrow night’s show.

UPDATED This post has been updated to reflect the results of the semifinals

On Tuesday night’s edition of The Voice five singers were eliminated, leaving four singers to move on to the Season 9 finale.

The three singers at the top of the voting that automatically moved on were Jordan Smith, Emily Ann Roberts and Barrett Baber. Shelby Brown, Braiden Sunshine and , shockingly Amy Vachal, were in the bottom three and were sent home.

Jeffery Austin, Madi Davis and Zach Seabaugh, the middle three, performed for their chance to move on the finals.

Here are their Instant Save performances.
Zach Seabaugh “Live Like You Were Dying”

Zach Seabaugh “Live Like You Were Dying”


Jeffery Austin “Make It Rain”

Jeffery Austin “Make It Rain


Madi Davis “Don’t Dream It’s Over”

Madi Davis ‘Don’t Dream It’s Over”

After five minutes of Twitter voting, Jeffery Austin won the Instant Save spot in the Season 9 Finale. That leaves Austin, Jordan Smith, Emily Ann Roberts and Barrett Baber to square off next week.

Dolly Parton was featured for a very brief (three minutes) segment of the show mentoring the singers. She was on the show in part to promote the NBC special Dolly Parton’s Coat Of Many Colors. The legendary country singer also performed her famous song.

Dolly Parton “Coat Of Many Colors”


Cassadee Pope, the winner of Season 3 of The Voice, performed her newest single “I Am Invincible”

Cassadee Pope “I Am Invincible”


Original Post

Season 9 Of The Voice Is Down To 9 Singers

The Voice Season 9 semifinalists.
Credit: The Voice

The semifinals of season 9 of The Voice aired this week with the competition down to 9 singers. The 9 will become 4 on tonight’s episode on NBC. This season’s winner will be crowned next week.

The nine semifinalists that sang this week are:

Amy Vachal, Jordan Smith and Shelby Brown from Team Adam with Adam Levine.

Barrett Baber, Emily Ann Roberts and Zach Seabaugh from Team Blake with Blake Shelton

Braiden Sunshine and Jeffery Austin from Team Gwen with Gwen Stefani

and Madi Davis from Team Pharrell with Pharrell Williams.

The Semifinal Performances

Here are each of the nine performances in the semifinals. The episode all featured new couple Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton goofing off with their fellow judges. You can watch the full episode, which also includes performances from Blake and Ellie Goulding on Hulu.

Jordan Smith “Somebody To Love”

Jordan Smith “Somebody To Love”


Amy Vachal “To Make You Feel My Love”

Amy Vachal “To Make You Feel My Love”


Emily Ann Roberts “9 to 5”

Emily Ann Roberts “9 to 5”


Madi Davis “Big Girls Don’t Cry”

Madi Davis “Big Girls Don’t Cry”


Zach Seabaugh “The Climb”

Zach Seabaugh “The Climb”


Braiden Sunshine “Amazing Grace”

Braiden Sunshine “Amazing Grace


Jeffery Austin “Believe”

Jeffery Austin “Believe”


Shelby Brown “Even God Must Get The Blues”

Shelby Brown “Even God Must Get The Blues


Barrett Baber “Ghost”

Barrett Baber “Ghost”


Check out the Blind Auditions from each of the nine semifinalists in season 9 of The Voice in this playlist we’ve put together using Huzzaz.


Who Will Move On To The Finals?

As announced on the Semifinals show, only 4 singers will make it to next week’s Finals show. Votes will be tallied before the Results shows tonight and the  top 3 singers will automatically move on to next week while the bottom 3 singers will automatically be eliminated. The 3 singers in the middle will each perform tonight and the winner of the Twitter Save will move on.

Ariel Kay of Entertainment Weekly has a recap of each performance from the Semifinals show and shares her predictions on who will make the next cut.

One of the factors that figures into voting totals is sales of each singer’s performance on iTunes. Each singer who has theirs in the top 10 there has the rest of their votes multiplied by 10. TvLine reports that 8 of the 9 semifinalists have qualified for this bonus this week. Shelby Brown was the only semifinalist not to qualify for the iTunes multiplier. Jordan Smith’s rendition of “Somebody To Love” topped the iTunes chart, just as his “Hallelujah” did last week.

Adele’s “Hello” and Justin Bieber’s “Sorry” were the only non-Voice entries in the iTunes Top 10 this week.

GoldDerby.com is predicting, by a wide margin, that Jordan Smith will win Season 9 of The Voice over Amy Vachal.

These nine contestants are looking to join the club of Voice winners that counts Javier Colon, Jermaine Paul, Cassadee Pope, Danielle Bradbery, Tessanne Chin, Josh Kaufman, Craig Wayne Boyd and Sawyer Fredricks as its current members.

Season 8 winner Fredricks, who was the first member of Team Pharrell to win and at 16-years old became the show’s youngest winner, has an EP out now, but has not released his debut album yet. He also works on his family’s farm in upstate New York.

Season 7 winner Craig Wayne Boyd may consider his biggest achievement since winning being meeting and getting engaged to Taylor Borland. The two met the day after his win. The couple is also expecting a baby girl. As far as music goes, things started a bit rocky for Boyd. He and Dot Records/ Big Machine Label Group head Scott Borchetta apparently weren’t on the same page and parted ways. He performed his newest single, “I’m Still Here” earlier this season on The Voice.

Find out who the The Voice Season 9 finalists will be tonight on NBC. Dolly Parton will be mentoring the singers and singing herself while Season 3 winner Cassadee Pope will be performing. The show airs at 7pm on NBC.

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