Were you shocked by who got voted off The Voice 2013 this week? Or did the results turn out exactly like you predicted? We were pretty sure we knew which singers would be the ones who went home on The Voice season 5 this evening, but the voters do love to surprise us! Although we predicted Tessanne Chin, Jacquie Lee, and Will Champlin would make it to the finale, there were no guarantees until the official The Voice results were announced tonight!
No matter who was eliminated on The Voice 2013 this week, it was going to be a bittersweet night. All of the remaining contestants had admirable qualities, great talent, and legions of fans behind them. However, there can only be one The Voice season 5 winner and only three acts could move on to the finale to determine who it would be. Picking Tessanne Chin as one of the final three was probably the easiest prediction for anyone to make after her amazing performances the past few weeks. Figuring out who the other two in the finale would be was a touch more difficult.
We’re down to the Top 5 and anxious to find out who got voted off The Voice 2013 tonight! Which of the five remaining finalists will make the Top 3 for the finale next week? Will it be Tessanne Chin, James Wolpert, Cole Vosbury, or Jacquie Lee who went home on The Voice season 5 this week? Keep on reading for our predictions on The Voice results for the Top 5 elimination tonight!
Last night was a great performance night all around for Tessanne Chin of Team Adam Levine. She pretty much blew away Simon and Garfunkel’s ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water” and left Adam almost speechless. Jacquie Lee of Team Christina Aguilera was also a hit with her rendition of “Angel” by Sarah McLachlan. Honestly, we would be shocked if either of these ladies ended up as one of the singers who was eliminated on The Voice 2013 tonight.
After another dramatic season, we finally find out who won The Amazing Race 2013 tonight and it came as something of a surprise to us! We really weren’t expecting this team to win when we went into The Amazing Race 23 finale tonight. Even though we had uncovered what appeared to be very strong The Amazing Race spoilers about what happened at the final Pit Stop tonight, we just still didn’t quite believe they could be true until the official results were in!
According to some very strong spoilers going around in the week before The Amazing Race results finale on Sunday, the contestants rumored to come out on top were not the team we would have picked. Just based on what we’d seen on the show all season long, we thought the team who won The Amazing Race 23 would probably be either Leo & Jamal, or Tim & Marie. Also, the teams who seem to get a lot of screen time often seem to win, and there is no question that these two teams got a lot of air time with all the drama going on all season!
If the spoilers are correct about who won The Amazing Race 23 tonight, we can’t wait to see how it all went down on the finale. Because last week was a non-elimination and last place finishers Leo & Jamal were saved, we have four teams in The Amazing Race 2013 finale this evening. Only three of them, however, will actually make it to Alaska for the final leg. Can’t wait to find out? We have The Amazing Race spoilers for you on which team didn’t get to the final three, and who won season 23!
Last week’s The Amazing Race results were a lucky draw for Leo & Jamal, who came in last after making a series of rather bad decisions during the Detour challenges. They were saved at the Pit Stop when host Phil Keoghan announced it was a non-elimination leg. This week, they’ll be punished for being the last team to arrive at the Pit Stop by having to deal with a Speed Bump. According to The Amazing Race 23 spoilers we were able to dig up, that may have been their downfall.
You would think if you were as rich and famous as The Voice 2013 judge Adam Levine that you could afford to pay someone to clean up your messes day and night. Apparently, however, Adam Levine and fiancée Behati Prinsloo really couldn’t care less if their living space is a total mess. In fact, the Maroon 5 singer admits they are both pretty much slobs.
Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo, a Victoria’s Secret supermodel, got engaged in July and have been shacking up for a while now. In an interview with Ellen DeGeneres, Adam said Behati is the “greatest ever” and they are totally compatible in some very odd ways. “We’re both super messy,” he said. “It’s really kind of amazing actually. It looks like a tornado hit wherever we hang out.”
Are you ready for the new season of The Bachelor 2014 when it returns in January? We already know, courtesy of The Bachelor spoilers from Reality Steve, which ladies will probably end up being the final four. The fun of watching The Bachelor season 18, however, is all about the journey and seeing how each of the 28 ladies interact with handsome new Bachelor Juan Pablo Galavis.
We don’t even know how we would manage to even get a good look at 28 women all vying for our attention at the same time, but that’s what The Bachelor Juan Pablo will have to do when the new season premieres in January. We’re not sure how we would manage to narrow down so many potential suitors into those we liked and those we didn’t with so little time to spend with each one!
We are kind of shocked about who won The Amazing Race 23 if the spoilers that just came out are indeed true! We had placed our bets on an entirely different team walking away with the million dollar grand prize. According to the latest The Amazing Race spoilers, however, the racers that reportedly ends up in first place is probably the last team we would have picked to win it all.
If we’d had to place a bet on who wins The Amazing Race 23, we probably would have gone for Leo & Jamal. They’ve been strong all season long and they seem to have boundless energy. Throughout the season, they’ve been good at both physical and mental challenges. Plus, they’ve also gotten a very strong ‘edit’ throughout the whole show. Basically this means that they have gotten a lot of camera time and mostly been portrayed in a positive light, which sometimes foreshadows a team as the future winning racers.