“The Voice” semifinalists will be revealed tonight, November 29, 2022. Tonight at 8 pm Eastern, two of the top 10 finalists will be eliminated, and only eight singers will continue on. With only one singer left on her team, will coach Camila Cabello survive the night?
Viewers will vote to save seven of the remaining contestants and the three who don’t score enough votes will compete for a chance at getting the Instant Save, which fans will get to vote on during the episode after the bottom three each give a last-chance performance. One of the three will join the top seven, and the remaining two singers will pack their bags.
See who survives the fan vote and who gets sent home below, along with all the performances from the bottom three.
SPOILER WARNING: Do not read on if you don’t want to know who was eliminated during the “Live Top 10 Results” episode (November 29, 2022) of “The Voice.”
‘The Voice’ 2022 Top 10 Results Live Recap
The episode opened with a performance of “The Weight” by The Band from Team Legend’s Kim Cruse, Parijita Bastola, Omar Jose Cardona, and coach John.
Host Carson Daly then brought out the Top 10 for the first results of the night, with Kique joining remotely, as he is still testing positive for Covid-19. In no particular order, Carson shared the first two safe artists are Bodie and Morgan Myles.
The next two safe artists are Omar Jose Cardona and Justin Aaron, meaning each coach has at least one artist in the semi-finals.
After the break, Gwen Stefani and her team member Justin Aaron performed Talking Head’s “Burning Down the House”. Kique couldn’t join his team due to Covid-19 protocol. Carson then announced the next results, revealing that Brayden Lape is safe.
Carson then revealed the final results, announcing that Parijita Bastola and Bryce Leatherwood are safe.
The bottom three are Kique, Rowan Grace, and Kim Cruse, whose last-chance performances are all below.
Rowan Grace began the last-chance performances, singing “Landslide” by Fleetwood Mac. Coach Blake said she shines on songs like this that everybody knows and loves, and pleaded with America to vote Rowan on to the semi-finals, saying that they would get back in her “wheelhouse”.
Kique’s last-chance performance had to be pre-recorded due to his quarantine, but he is still eligible for the Instant Save and shared a performance of “River” by Leon Bridges. Coach Gwen said she can’t believe Kique is “still in a box”, but that she was so proud of him, and that it is so rare for somebody like Kique to be so young and have such a unique and defined voice. She called him one of the “most gifted singers I ever met”.
Kim Cruse closed out the last-chance performances with her rendition of “Believe” by Brooks & Dunn which brought all four coaches to their feet. Coach John pointed this out for the viewers, saying Kim’s performance was “so spiritual, so moving”, and that Kim is one of the most talented vocalists he’s ever worked with.
Then, the Instant Save window opened during the commercial break, and host Carson Daly came back with the live results, announcing that Kim Cruse was Instantly Saved.
Rowan Grace and Kique were eliminated.
Who’s Advancing to the Top 8?
See a list of which members of coaches John Legend, Gwen Stefani, Camila Cabello, and Blake Shelton’s teams survive the fan vote and Instant Save below. At the beginning of the night, Team Blake led with four singers remaining, while Team Legend had three, and Team Gwen had two. With only one singer left on her team, will coach Camila Cabello survive the night?
- Omar Jose Cardona
- Parijita Bastola
- Kim Cruse (Instant Save winner)
- Justin Aaron
- Morgan Myles
- Brayden Lape
- Bryce Leatherwood
At the end of the night, all four coaches are still in the game. Team Blake and Team Legend were tied with three singers remaining, while Team Camila and Team Gwen are down to one member each. Also of note, every member of Team Legend and Team Camila who entered the top 10 survived this week to the semi-finals.
“The Voice” Semi-Finals air next Monday at 8 pm Eastern on NBC.