Who Made ‘The Voice’ Finals From Team Blake, Erin Willett or Jermaine Paul
The final round of 'The Voice' is set. Each team lost one more member Tuesday night. The judges split 100 points between their two artists. Those points were combined with America's vote to determine the winner. Blake Shelton left the decision on Erin Willett or Jermaine Paul moving on, in America's hands. He gave both 50 points. So who did America choose?
It was Jermaine Paul winning America's heart and a pass into the finals next Monday night. Our listeners seemed to agree with 70% going with Jermaine moving on as well. The final tally was Erin 77 points and Jermaine, 123.
Christina Aguilera went with the 50-50 split as well and the race was a little closer for Chris Mann and Lindsey Pavao. In the end, it was opera singer Chris Mann moving into next weeks finale.
Adam Levine went a different route. He favored Tony Lucca and split the points , 60 for Tony and 40 for Katrina Parker. Tony was the guy to win 108 to 92.
Team Cee Lo
Cee Lo Green gave the advantage to Juliet Simms over Jamar Rogers and America agreed. The rocker who gave a chilling performance of James Brown's 'It's a Man's World' is off the finals.
It was a season one reunion. Blake Shelton's finalist Dia Frampton, Vicci Martinez, Beverly McClellan and inaugural champ Javier Colon returned to perform and offer season two finalists a little advice.
Team Blake Elimination
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