The Voice 2012 live quarterfinals on Monday night was just one surprise after another and not all of them were pleasant. In fact, some The Voice fans are extremely displeased with the judges over the sudden, shocking elimination of one singer previously considered a strong favorite to win! Who did the judges vote off The Voice Monday night and who is still left to face The Voice 2012 elimination results show tomorrow night? Read on to find out!
On Monday night’s The Voice 2012 live quarterfinals, Team Christina Aquilera and Team Blake Shelton battled it out to win America’s votes and make it through to the next round. However, they had to face a brand new twist for the first time that would throw everything into chaos and spark outrage from a large number of fans.
WARNING: THE VOICE 2012 SPOILERS AHEAD
On The Voice 2012 Monday night, a surprise instant elimination twist was tossed into the mix, forcing Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton to each choose one singer from their teams to eliminate before the voters even got a chance to voice their opinions about the night’s performances.
On Team Christina, all of the remaining singers gave admirable performances, but Jesse Campbell and Ashley De Le Rosa really seemed to stand out over fellow team members Lindsey Pavao and Chris Mann. The Voice 2012 judge Adam Levine told Jesse Campbell he was a “huge favorite” to win the whole competition. Blake Shelton said saving Ashley De Le Rose from elimination was the smartest decision made all season.
Considering the past track record of the remaining contestants on Team Christina and the night’s performances, it was quite a shock to some fans when Aguilera announced that the person she was going to send home off her team in the instant elimination was… Jesse Campbell!
Personally, I would absolutely not have sent Jesse home after a really great song and a history of strong performances. Instead, I would have given the boot to Chris Mann, who did a weird version of “Viva La Vida” by Coldplay, or to Lindsey Pavao, who did some strange things to Katy Perry’s “Part of Me” and was quite pitchy in places.
Over on Team Blake, the best performance of the night was a toss up for me betwen country girl RaeLynn doing Jason Aldean‘s “She’s Country” and an emotional Jermaine Paul doing Phil Collins‘ “Against All Odds.”
While personally I felt that Erin Willett probably deserved to go home for her track record of rather weak performances and her wobbly rendition of Adele‘s “Set Fire to the Rain” this week, Blake Shelton disagreed. Instead, he decided that the save of Jordis Unga last week was her last chance and sent the rocker girl home.
What do you think of The Voice 2012 eliminations tonight and who do you think will get voted off The Voice on Tuesday by the viewers? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!