On Dec. 10, "The Voice" for season five was down to only a handful of contestants. That said, by the end of this NBC program's USA semifinals results episode, that number dwindled to become the final three, all of whom will compete in the finale after beating out literally thousands of singers who originally auditioned for this small screen show. Talk about a major accomplishment.
And so, with that in mind, who was voted off "The Voice" 2013 on Dec. 10 and who will stay for the duration of the season?
That information will be provided soon, but first a quick recap of the live results show that took place on Tuesday night.
In order to space out the eliminations and in order to keep the drama going for as long as possible, judge and mentor Christina Aguilera ferociously performed "We Remain" from "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" soundtrack. What a treat!
In addition, past "The Voice" winners Cassadee Pope and Danielle Bradbery showed off their astounding vocal abilities. So did The Swon Brothers and Michelle Chamuel, both huge talents who were greatly appreciated when the two competed during season four of this TV talent show seen on NBC.
With that in mind, this season at this point in time is all about James Wolpert, Jacquie Lee, Tessanne Chin, Will Champlin, and Cole Vosbury. No doubt these five artists had been biting their collective nails and grinding their collective teeth as these stellar singers waited to find out his and/or her fate for the evening.
So who was voted off "The Voice"season 5 during the USA semifinals?
That would be James Wolpert and Cole Vosbury. As for Tessanne Chin and Jacquie Lee and Will Champlin? Well, these popular singers made the cut so the trio will be back on "The Voice" for the season five finale next week to try to take the title.
With that excitement in store, stay tuned to "The Voice" on NBC for the final performances by these very gifted artists starting next Monday.