Written by Giavanna Foster
On October 24, NBC aired The Voice‘s final battle rounds. Here is a quick recap:
The Voice‘s season 13 battle rounds showcased a wide range of talent as well as unexpected steals. Keisha Renee and Noah Mac sang Elvis Presley’s “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” on Team Blake. All coaches commented about the unique sound and stage presence of both singers. After Blake Shelton picked Renee as the winner of her battle, Jennifer Hudson stole Mac and saved him from elimination. Then both singers advanced to the knockouts. Missed The Voice‘s battle rounds? Click here to watch the episodes.
Only 32 singers remain in The Voice‘s competition. The blue italicized names are singers who were stolen from another team. Here is the full list:
Team Adam: Addison Agen, Anthony Alexander, Dennis Drummond, Dylan Gerard, Emily Luther, Jon Mero, Hannah Mrozak, Adam Pearce
Team Blake: Adam Cunningham, Anna Catherine DeHart, Kathrina Feigh, Mitchell Lee, Red Marlow, Keisha Renee, Megan Rose, Esera Tuaolo
Team Miley: Ashland Craft, Whitney Fenimore, Moriah Formica, Janice Freeman, Chloe Kohanski, Stephan Marcellus, Brooke Simpson, Karli Webster
Team Jennifer: Davon Fleming, Lucas Holliday, Shi’Ann Jones, Eric Lyn, Noah Mac, Jeremiah Miller, Katrina Rose, Chris Weaver
Update: On Monday, October 30, The Voice’s first knockout rounds will air live. Multi-platinum artist Kelly Clarkson will help advise singers on all teams.
Singers will perform one song of their choice. All coaches can only steal one singer. During The Voice‘s knockouts, a double steal will be aired.
NBC’s The Voice airs at 8/7c on Mondays and Tuesdays. Stay tuned.