UPDATE: Owen Danoff has been eliminated. Click here for the details.
Tonight, the top 11 contestants from season 10 of The Voice will face elimination as the show narrows its performers down to 10 singers. The bottom contestants will sing for just one spot on the show and America will “instantly save” their favorite contender. So, who do you think will be sent home?
We have a few predictions of our own when it comes to who may be in jeopardy.
First, Owen Danoff has been in the bottom, but was saved by America after his coach Adam Levine pleaded with viewers to keep him in the competition. Last night, he gave a sweet performance of the song “Fire and Rain” by James Taylor. However, it didn’t show the power that some of the other contestants displayed in their performances. This is why we feel he may be on the chopping block tonight.
Daniel Passino is a comeback contestant, brought back by coach Pharrell Williams. His performance of Cyndi Lauper’s “Time After Time” was very good, but it didn’t do as well with its iTunes sales as some of the other artists’ songs.
Shalyah Fearing sang Miley Cyrus’ “The Climb” yesterday live and it was beautiful in its execution, but there doesn’t seem to be a uniqueness to her voice. There’s a good chance she could be in jeopardy tonight.
And then there’s Nick Hagelin. We just love him but aren’t sure he has the same vocal chops as some of the other contestants. His performance last night was swoon-worthy and the ladies love him. His being a loving and devoted father as well as husband definitely makes him appealing, but can those qualities take him much further in the competition?
This season on The Voice, the winner will take home $100,000 in prize money, along with a record deal with Universal Music Group.