Our Favorite Top 10 Performances on ‘The Voice’ [WATCH]
If you missed Tuesday night's results show, then you missed one of the most dramatic episodes of 'The Voice' ever! Dave Fenley, DeAndre Nico, and Regan Strange were announced as the bottom three, with only one available for an instant save. The problem? Regan was sick, so she was unable to do her instant save performance. Luckily, fans were still able to vote for her based on her performance from Monday night. But, that wasn't the controversial part of the episode.
Both Regan and DeAndre were on Team Adam, and when it came time for Adam to encourage viewers to vote for DeAndre, he basically threw him under the bus, encouraging viewers to vote for Regan instead. I think we all understand that the coaches have their favorites, but to voice that and take that chance away from DeAndre was totally unfair. I had to rewind the episode to watch the moment again because I couldn't believe what I was hearing. I felt bad for Regan, because I know how awful it is to not be able to use your voice when you need to, but that's no reason to bring down one of your own team members. I was seriously bummed that Adam did that, so I understand why so many others are also upset. If we're being honest, I personally think that Dave should've been the one saved, but maybe that's just me.
But enough about the drama, let's get to the good stuff: the performances!
My number one favorite of the week was the very first performance of the night! 13-year-old Kennedy Holmes did a rendition of Meghan Trainor's "Me Too," complete with choreography. She looked like a STAR! I was so impressed!
Sarah Grace also really impressed me this week with a very interesting version of "Amazing Grace." She sang the classic lyrics, but changed the tune of the song to "House of the Rising Sun." It made for a really cool sound.
And then there's Mackenzie Thomas, who is one of my favorites every week now. She did Celine Dion's "Because You Loved Me," and it was absolutely flawless.
Finally, I have to give props to Chris Kroeze. He sang Garth Brooks' "Callin' Baton Rouge." It was a very fun performance that was also on-point vocally.
Catch up on the rest of this week's performances HERE!