We are still a bit perturbed by who went home on The Voice 2013 last week, and we’re really hoping we don’t lose any more of our favorites tonight. We know Caroline Pennell didn’t stand any chance of winning, but we liked her quirky style and hated seeing her go home in particular. This week, we’re just hoping we aren’t feeling sad again when The Voice results are announced and we find out who got voted off The Voice season 5 tonight!
After her stellar performance of “Cry Baby” by Janis Joplin last night, we feel pretty confident that pretty 16-year-old Jacquie Lee will be safe tonight with no problem. Will Champlin, one of our personal favorites, also gave a great showing last night with “A Change Is Gonna Come” by Sam Cook. We’re hoping that also put him in the safe zone for this week. Tessanne Chin, who is our current favorite to win, astounded us by managing to actually pull off Bob Marley’s “Redemption Song,” so we’re feeling she’s a shoo in for next week as well.
So who goes home on The Voice 2013 tonight from the rest of the pack? Cole Vosbury of Team Blake Shelton has all of Blake’s fanbase behind him, so we’re feeling he is safe regardless of his performances. We’re not, however, really feeling the love for James Wolpert of Team Adam Levine. We’re sorry he was feeling sick last night but he messed up several times and he just doesn’t have the pipes to compete with some of the other singers. Matthew Schuler of Team Christina Aguilera has been riding low in the pack for a while and although he sounded good last night, we just think he comes across too bland.
We’re not sure from The Voice spoilers we’ve seen whether or not we’ll be having the instant Twitter save again this evening but we hope not. There are just too many variables to make us feel comfortable about that whole twist, including the whole thing about leaving out the entire west coast since they don’t get to see the show until hours later!
When the votes are all counted, instant save or not, we’re thinking it will probably be James Wolpert and Matthew Schuler in the bottom two tonight. Especially if you consider that the two of them seem to have had the lowest iTunes sales of the Top 6 as well. Of the two, we’re thinking it will be James Wolpert who is finally the one who got voted off The Voice from the Top 6.
Ready to find out who went home?