The vote summary: [Spoiler] Eliminated — Top 13 results

To really be in the top 13 was Bad luck for three candidates The voice Tuesday: voices of the audience – or absent from she — sent home a trio of singers, just off the top 10 of season 22.

Based on Monday’s life-changing numbers for the would-be winners – and the poll that followed TVLine’s recap – it looked like the most-at-risk threesome, Team Camila’s Eric Who (who made his trademark had given up) and Team Gwen was Alyssa Witrado (who doesn’t seem to have quite the lane control) and Team Blake’s Rowan Grace (who was so weak that nobody flinched when I gave her a C-). But as we know, it’s not always the participants should go home with it do go home. Who was actually circumcised?

the-voice-recap-eric-who-eliminated-alyssa-witrado-top-13-resultsBefore we found out, we were being treated quite painfully a rendition of Glen Campbell’s “Southern Nights” by Team Blake (which, predictably, only Bryce Leatherwood felt really at home in) and a weird, weird version of The Turtles’ “Happy Together” by Team Camila (which I could barely pay attention to , because the trainer was carrying… was that a bottle brush?).

And in the moments of truth…

Justin Aaron (Team Gwen)
Bryce Leatherwood (Team Blake)
Omar Jose Cardona (Team Legend)
Body (Team Blake)
Morgan Myles (Team Camila)
Rowan Grace (Team Blake) – really?!?
Kim Cruse (Team Legend)
Brayden Lape (Team Blake)
Parijita Bastola (Team Legend) – Phew!


Eric Who (Team Camila), “The Climb” – Grade: C | I’m not sure why Eric would choose another ballad after ending up in this position after attempting “Can’t Help Falling in Love”. Bold and daring or unwise? Uh, probably more the latter. Though he lived through moments as in the bag as my wallet, his lack of consistency undermined him again. As if to underline his dodgy singing, his trainer said for the zillionth time that we fell in love with his personality; She never says we fell in love with his voice.

Alyssa Witrado (Team Gwen), “Ocean Eyes” – Grade: D | Hella pitching and, maybe worse, boring. Alyssa has been singing on borrowed time for weeks now, and that performance sounded like “Time’s Up.” All Gwen could say was that she loved Alyssa’s voice and hoped she would be dialed through so they could work more together. And I hope I wake up with a 30 inch waist, Gwen. Both are equally likely.

Devix (Team Camila), “When You Were Young” – Grade: B- | First off, Devix definitely shouldn’t be in the last four; he killed Monday night. (That spot should have gone to Rowan Grace or Brayden Lape.) He wasn’t the absolute best here – that one botched high note towards the end; eesh – but he showed enough star quality and a strong enough voice that there was no competition for me. He was in the top 10. That said, people have seen Kique historically, so I was concerned.

Kique (Team Gwen), “Deserved” — Grade: B+ | Right from the start on his Weeknd cover, Kique said, “No, I’ll take that last slot.” There was a lot – like, a lot! – of pointing, but he was vocally very on point, swinging into his lower register and then rising again in a more impressive howl than I ever expected from that baby face. Devix got my vote, but I had a feeling Kique would get the instant save. And honestly, based on tonight, he would – wait for it – deserve it.

SAVED | Kique (Team Gwen)

ELIMINATED | Devix (Team Camila), Eric Who (Team Camila), Alyssa Witrado (Team Gwen)

Click on the comments with your reactions to the results and along the way stop at the poll below to weigh the participants you would have eliminated. The vote summary: [Spoiler] Eliminated — Top 13 results

Lindsay Lowe

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